Butterfly Meadow

Hi Everybody,

back again with another Addicted to Stamps and More Challenge … and it’s Birthday time … 1st Birthday Celebrations are in order.

This mile stone was reached today. Hooray!!!

Congratulations to Kylie and the Team!!!

Now what’s the challenge this time. It’s about inspiration drawn from the following picture:

There are lots of bits in this picture to draw inspiration from … the colours, the butterflies, the grass, the cornflowers, the daisies, the bumble bee, the way the colours are shaded …

I picked some of these out to create a meadow feel …

Butterfly Meadow

How did I do this. I die-cut some with card and blended the inks for the background to start with (certainly celery, lavender lace and melon mambo by SU). I then stamped the grasses using different sets from Stampin’Up (pocket silhouettes, nature walk and charming) in certainly celery, wild wasabi and always artichoke. Using the shades of green with the darkest in front gives a sense of depth to the picture. I added some colour to some blossoms and leaves, stamped the butterfly  and coloured it in using inks and blender pen. To finish off I attached my picture to a lilac base card, added a ribbon, some rhinestones and a peel-off sentiment.

Hope you like it.

Our sponsor this week is Di’s Digistamps

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The challenge winner gets a $10 voucher to spend in her shop on absolutely gorgeously cute images!!! I think that’s well worth having a go for.

Please join in the challenge, it will keep you young …  at least your brain … Promise. 🙂

Also pop over to ATSM and check out the beautiful work, that the other Design Team members have created.

Join in the fun and

Happy Crafting!!! 🙂

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13 thoughts on “Butterfly Meadow

  1. Beautiful,next class please! Having good weather, found two puffins yesterday and lots of close looks at the Choughs. Hope the bday was exciting? Love happy campers xx

    Sent from my iPad

  2. Hi Monika. You’ve definitely created a beautiful meadow scene. Great job of mixing several leaf and grass stamps – it’s just perfect. Loll xx

  3. Beautiful take on the photo inspration, Monika. You have created a lovely blended background and your stamping is fabulous. Sue x

  4. Wow Monika, I am so glad you joined our DT! This is a truly stunning card, I love the grasses you have build up using the different stamps x

  5. What a wonderful layering of stamps to create such a gorgeous scene. Totally in awe of that (and a wee bit envious as I don’t think I could ever make it look that real). Hugs D

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