Butterfly frenzy

I just totally love this stamp... It makes me smile everytime I see it!
I where inspired especially by APFS challenge - something with wings this time. Simple task for me - I love everything with wings! Birds, butterflies, bugs of all (most) kind!

I've used papers from 3 different types of scrap paper.. Cant remember who's made any of them..
The background I've made using a Cover-a-card stamp, embossed it and colored with Distress Inks.

Both stamp and butterflies are colored with Promarkers.
Sentiment is embossed with black powder. 

Sukkersøtt is challenging you to show your style. And that is indeed a challenge.. I tend to shift between different styles all the time. But I feel like this card might be a style that I keep coming back to. It's layered, got small details and are a little grunged. But you wont find lots and lots of flowers on it. So I think maybe this is me - sometimes at least..

I'm attending at:
Passion for Promarkers - 2 of something (two creatures - inspired by the name of the stamp; Two of a kind, two stamps)
A Spoonfull of Sugar - something with wings
Sukkersøtt - vis oss din stil
Scrap Creations - 3 different design papers
Stamp something - a sentiment
Top Tip Tuesday - 2 or more stamps

7 kommentarer:

  1. gorgeous card.i love the beautiful image and fabulous colours and design.
    thanks for joining us this week at PFP :D

    xx coops xx

  2. A very pretty card :0)..thanks for joining us at PFP and good luck..hugs Debs x

  3. Hi Silje, what a gorgeous card. I love the image and colours you've used. Thanks for joining us at PFP this week. Hugs, Denise x

  4. A lovely card. Thanks for joining Top Tip Tuesday. Elaine

  5. Oh very cute card can see why you like that stamp!
    Thanks for joining us at Top Tip Tuesday this week, hugs Samantha

  6. Så lekkert kort med et herlig søtt motiv på:-))
    Takk for at du deltar hos Sukkersøtt.
    Lykke til!!

    Klem Astrid:-)

  7. Så nydelig kort! Herlig motiv og fint oppsett :-)
    Takk for at du deltar hos Sukkersøtt!
    Klem, Marianne