Sunday 27 April 2014

Card making with Florence

So, I have been playing with Florence in her craft room. I have had so much fun and came up with a card using her beautiful Chocolate Baroque stamps.

Here is my card -

Photo: My first card made in Spain :)

The background stamp was inked up with Archival ink and stamped onto matt cardstock. The butterfly was stamped onto glossy cardstock and coloured with jumbo markers. Then it was popped up with foam tape.

I then decided to stamp the background stamp again so I could cut out a couple of the flowers and pop them with foam tape too.

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges -

Crafty Calendar Challenge - Things with Wings

Stay tuned for more photos of my adventure's in Spain!

Thanks so much for looking xx


  1. Fabulous card Kylie - love the patterns and colours, and that Butterfly is awesome! Hope you're having a great time in Spain - sending hugs to you and Flo - Sylvia xx

  2. Just love the contrast of the bright butterfly against the ornate BW background Kylie - really striking! Sound like you've been having a fabulous holiday! x

  3. Your colorful butterfly is beautiful and the popped up flowers added just the right touch. Very pretty card! Thanks for sharing your creation at Savvy Handmade Cards.

  4. Wow beautiful butterfly and that is a fab she messy x

  5. Gorgeous card Kylie. Love all the beautiful colors on your butterfly. Looks like you and Florence are having some inky fun!! Looking forward to seeing more pics. Loll xx

  6. Beautiful butterfly. Thanks for sharing your lovely card for Suzy Bee's Bloomin' challenge 26 'wings' - hope to see you again soon, Hazel, DT x

  7. This is a beautiful, bright and cheerful card Kylie. Your colouring is wonderful.

    Thanks for joining us for our Things With Wings challenge at Crafty Calendar.

    Jo x


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