Wednesday, April 19, 2017

STAMPlorations Things with Wings Spring hop reminder

Hello crafty peeps!
I'm popping in to remind you about 
which is in full swing and is ongoing until April 30th!
Come join the fun! Perhaps you'll be one of the
lucky winners of fabulous stamps, dies, or gift certificates!

Here's what I made this time around:

 and the inside of my card:

I had fun getting inky again. I started by inking the Shower of Flutters stencil with 
teal, green, and purple inks, spritzing with water, then laying my panel on top of the stencil
to soak up all that inky goodness. I also splattered the same colors over the panel with watered
down ink and a toothbrush. I stamped over some of the butterflies using images from the
 Trendy Butterflies set, along with some of the sentiments. On the inside, I glued
 the leftover frame from the main panel and stamped a sentiment
from the Faerie Door set. 

Ready to spread your wings and play along? (LOL! Pun totally intended!)
Just link up your winged project at STAMPlorations for a chance at winning
some sweet prizes!

Thanks for visiting!

Stamps: STAMPlorations - Trendy Butterflies, Faerie Door
Ink: Memento - Teal Zeal, Elderberry, Bamboo Leaves, Paris Dusk, Tuxedo Black
CS: TE; Darice
Accessories: GC; ARTplorations - Shower of Flutters stencil; water mister; toothbrush; MISTI; Simon Says Stamp - Frames die; Wink of Stella pen
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; Ranger - Multi Medium Matte


  1. Love what you have done with your butterflies here Chris. I have yet to master that stencil - it's a little different. Lovely composition and colour choice.

  2. I love those butterflies! And so technique-y! Beautiful card.

  3. Beautiful card! I wish you a very nice weekend.
    Hugs, Anita

  4. This looks wonderful Chris. I love your card.

  5. Love those butterflies! Pretty card!


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