Friday, 12 May 2017

An oldie but goodie

The CD-ROM I used for this card is a very old Sharon Duncan one from 2009 called Beautiful Butterflies. CDs seem much more sophisticated these days, with more interactivity, higher resolution and a much bigger range of images. Nevertheless, I keep coming back to this one over and over again because the butterfly images on it are so lovely.



I had actually set out to make an easel card with this set of toppers and background, but then I pointed out to myself that I always seem to make easel cards with this CD and it was about time I did something different. After a bit of arguing between Me1 and Me2, one of us won and I made a large 20cm square card instead. I'm still not 100% convinced it was the right decision though - I love easel cards and these images are perfect for them.

The cream and gold card is a scrap from an old Hunkydory kit and I've added some delicate gold butterflies cut with a Memory Box die.

I am sharing this with
Cuttlebugmania - Have wings, will fly
Butterfly challenge - Decoupage and/or Gold (the decoupage is only one layer on each butterfly bit it IS there!)

5 comments:

  1. A beautiful card Jane, gorgeous butterflies and lovely rich colours.
    Pauline -
    Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  2. Well whichever 'me' won I'm glad she did as this is fab. I have some Sharon Duncan cd's but sadly not this one. I like your finished card. Thankyou for fluttering into the butterfly garden. Hugs Mrs A.

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  3. I did laugh at you arguing with yourself! This turned out beautifully, I agree those butterflies are gorgeous. Cara x

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  4. Very nice card, love the butterflies

    Thank you for joining us at Cuttlebug Mania!
    Cuttlebugs & Hugs
    Jannie

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  5. Beautiful colors!
    Thank you for joining Cuttlebug Mania this time!
    Swissie DT

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