Sunday, October 27, 2013

Seize the Sketch 6, redux

I really like Cathy's sketch this time around at Seize the Sketch - so much so that I had to make another card :)

Supplies: papers from Basic Grey; sentiment from PTI; Memento Tuxedo Black ink; Martha Stewart butterfly punch; scrap vellum; pearls from Dollarama

I punched out 4 vellum butterflies, and stitched them to the panel before adhering it - and then covered the stitches with pearls, and 'fluffed' the wings. 

The sketch linky closes today, so if you've been meaning to link up get busy :)

I have cards for 4 challenges ending today, so 3 more posts to come. Brace yourselves, get a cup of something nice to drink :)



jimlynn said...

There's really no way I could comment on ALL the cards you posted will do it in one!
That autumn card is so lovely with those stick pins! Perfect colors.
The little chickie! Precious and love all the glossy accents!
Floral is next - WOW! So pretty.
Now on to this card! LOVE that design and the colors on this card!
You've been super busy it seems and all are fantastic!

Lindsey said...

This is so perfectly feminine! What a pretty, pretty card. May have to borrow the many-vellum-butterfly idea. ;)

Barbara Godden said...

Fabulous card, so soft and feminine. I'm heading home today and won't be commenting until my internet is hooked back up, procrastination be my name.

Chris Dring said...

Wow! This is such a soft, pretty card! Love it!

~amy~ said...

love the layered butterflies! gorgeous card Jessi!

Nance said...

Another beauty, Jessi! Love those colors. I don't know why but those vellum butterflies remind me of frosting. (nope no alcohol yet)! Very soft looking and elegant.