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13 Aug 2014

Butterfly Sail.

It is week 3 of my Butterfly challenge
where the theme is Summertime Butterflies.
Here is a card in true Blue Peter fashion that I prepared
earlier to help get your mojo's flowing.

The Digi image is a freebie from
Beyond The Fringe Crafts and is called Butterfly Sail.
I have had it saved on my computer
for a few years now  just waiting for the right moment
and here it is.
I printed the image off onto white 140gsm card stock and then re ran it
through my printer and generated the sentiment  to the side of the ship.
Background was created using two different shades of chalk and making
a quick mask from paper for the clouds.
They looked a bit contrived to start with so I went back over the edges
and mussed them up a bit (very technical know how!Lol)
Image coloured using Promarkers and then  details edged round
with a silver gel pen. 
Backed onto silver mirror card and then navy pearlescent card stock.
A gem in all 4 corners to finish.
Hope you can  come and play.

Entering into the following challenges:
Pixie's Crafty Workshop. #137 Use up your snippets. (gems were left overs).

23 comments:

Kathleen said...

What a great card and certainly a very different image, love the colouring and the layout. Now this is one butterfly image that I could live with as it made me smile.

Kath x

Sandra H said...

Simply gorgeous as always Mrs A l just adore your Blue Peter style card with your butterfly sails and a great challenge to go with it x

SARN said...

Good heavens, you made a butterfly card that Kath liked. TOP MARKS! Way to go Mrs A.

xxx

Debbie said...

Just lovely Mrs A. Debbiex

scrappymo! said...

This is fantastic. Once I get to the lak, I have a couple of cards all ready to post to this challenge...just need time to take the photos and write the words!

This one is wonderful. That image is delightful! Such a whimsical design!

Dr Sonia S V said...

wow what a unique and beautiful boat-- with butterflies galore!!

Faye Wynn-Jones said...

What a fab little scene. Cute x

Viv's Visuals said...

Great job Mrs A! x

MRS DUCK said...

Hi Mrs A,
Fabulous image. Absolutely love the butterfly sails.
Best wishes.
Ang x

Hettie said...

What a lovely image there Mrs A. Congratulations on making a flutterby card that Kath likes!!!!!
Way to go!
Hugs
xx

aussie aNNie said...

Super cute card, lovely colours and your image is so gorgeous and thanks for your loving support.xx
♥aNNie The Journey is the Start

Di said...

Oh what a lovely card - the butterfly sails are gorgeous!

I linked my butterfly card earlier this morning :)

Hugs, Di xx

Di said...

Too funny - I'd forgotten that you woz one wot used your Brushos in the garden missus! Wouldn't the Doc have liked a Technicolour Dreamcoat or three :)?

Hugs, Me xx

Bonnie said...

A boat powered by butterflies!What an awesome idea! Beautiful!

Jean Straw said...

What a fabulous image, I love the notion of butterfly sails.
Jean x

JD/ Jill said...

Really cute image, I like how you framed it with the mirror paper! Just lovely.
Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving the nice comments. Hope you have a great weekend!

Greta said...

Oh what a pretty card, Mrs. A! Your apple crisp with berries sounds wonderful!

Merry said...

What a fantastic image you have used and a terrific scene you have created. :-)

Highland Monkey's said...

What a fun way for butterflys to be used! Helping to sail a boat, brilliant.

Desire Fourie said...

Just so beautiful. Love the sea and sky background to the colourful image.
Hugs
Desíre
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

Createology said...

I totally adore your butterfly sails. They are beautiful and so clever. Always Creative Bliss...

Princess Judy Palmer said...

What a fun image! Butterflies would make great and colorful sails.

MaggieC said...

I have always said you cannot have too many butterflies, and that is such a novel way to use them. It is so pretty. Thanks you for your visit and kind comments. I have a load more little plants to get into the beds and then in the spring, I will fill in with all the wild flowers for bees butterflies etc. I have also scattered wild flower seeds in the flower beds on the island in front of our houses, poppies, ox eye daisies etc, so I am waiting to see what happens there. Have a great week. xx Maggie #20