That's the feeling this card makes me think of. :)
I started off with Curio PP and built everything around it. I wanted the stamped flowers to come out brown, but the ink turned black on the image and I think it probably turned out better as a result. I actually decapitated the butterfly a bit as it was just a little too big. The ribbon is the shade of Pinefeather - not one I thought I'd reach for so soon.
Supplies - Stamps - Delightful dahlia, Envelope pattern, Fancy flourishes, BB: text, Mat stack 1 (sentiments), Paper - Curio PP (Basic grey), Spring moss, Lemon tart, kraft, Other - Love lives here dies, Tag sale die, Delightful dahlia dies (for masking), Tea dye distress ink (TH), Flowers (Prima), Lemon tart button, seam binding (matches Pinefeather).
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Posted by DF at 17:57
Labels: damask designs, distress ink, Envelope pattern, flourishes, Love lives here die, tags, text background
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Oh, so pretty!ReplyDelete
Very pretty, I love the layering on the tag.ReplyDelete
pretty! love the dark colors!ReplyDelete
What a decapitated butterfly?! Sounds wonderfully ghoolish! Loving this moody number. The colors are so fabulous. Curio is one of my most favorite collections and I must say you have used it magically here. Love the stamping overlay of the dahlias and that gorgeous tag. Scrumptious!ReplyDelete
The blue-green is dreamy, Anna, I just love that Curio paper! You're very brave to admit to decapitating a butterfly, LOL! :-DReplyDelete
Love these warm, rich colors and the textured look your papers give. Really pretty! I also loved your PTI blog hop card--one of my favorites this time around!!ReplyDelete