August Blog Hop time at PapertreyInk
Always fun times at Papertrey, especially when an order hits the doorstep just prior to the blog hop!
So, having been forwarned, my card was all ready.
I used a paper bead for the butterfly's body that I learned to make at summer camp.
I know I saw this somewhere in a magazine, or online.
Here's a closeup of butterfly's body
When August's stamps and dies came, forget it! Time for a redo.
Our inspiration photos were warm fall colors, with gorgeous teals, full of woolens and textures.
This is my original card for the challenge.
The base is designed to hold premade tags, in case I need a card quickly.
An idea also pilferred somewhere.
More of those delicious fall colors in our challenge pix
Here's the same card base with another tag
Don't know about you, but just have to use the new stamps and dies the moment they arrive!
This one is Framed Out #7.
And finally, if it's a thankyou card I need,
This one is Think Big Favorites #19
Can't wait to see all the other's have done,
but hubby wants to go to lunch, so I reluctantly leave my post... for now.
All gorgeous cards.ReplyDelete
Wonderful cards! Great take on the challenge!ReplyDelete
Wow! Great cards - I love what you've done with Card Base-ics and the tag inserts! Great colors, great texture! And I love the bitterfly body with the PTI bead!!!ReplyDelete
Wow--three cards. They are all gorgeous. I am in love with your butterfly. Also, did you know your comment verification is on?ReplyDelete
Looks like you did have fun playing! Good idea to have a set of card bases handy to slip custom tags into.ReplyDelete
Love that body on the butterfly! What cleverness to put a paper bead there!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful cards! So many fabulous details. Love the bead for the butterfly body. I have perusing other posts as well. You have such a beautiful talent. I've added your blog to Google Reader. I'll be back.ReplyDelete
WOW! lovely cards!ReplyDelete
Wow! You did a great job on all the cards! I love your bead! I haven't made any yet but when I do I now I have another way to use it! Thanks!ReplyDelete