Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Go Flourish

It's time for a new Little Red Wagon challenge and I'm the hostess this week. My son and I have been enjoying time outdoors (when it hasn't been raining) and trying to identify the various bugs that we find - so I decided that "Bugs and Slugs" would be this week's Little Red Wagon challenge!


I used the pretty "Butterfly Jar" stamp set from Flora and Fauna for my card, heat embossing the butterflies with sparkly embossing powder on both the card base and the distressed panel. The card is 5"x5" instead of my usual A2 size.


My card is quite a bit different from my original idea - cute little ladybirds and bees! I'm happy with the way things turned out though, and have a special person in mind for this card.

Please head over to Little Red Wagon to see what the rest of the Girlfriends have created - and then link up your own "Bugs and Slugs" creations. I can't wait to see what you make!

Products used:

The little banner for the sentiment is cut from a die from My Craft Spot (no longer in business). The card base is made with Stampin' Up's Naturals White cardstock.



6 comments:

Esther Asbury said...

Beautiful card! I love the colors of oxide you chose to highlight your butterflies! So soft and pretty!

JanR said...

So beautiful! I love the colours. Wonderful technique too.

Daffodil Cards said...

LOVE pink and yellow, such happy colours and together with the butterflies and the frame die, it's a really beautiful card.
Faith
x
Hope you are OK

Sherrie K. said...

This is so pretty Kate. The oxide ink colors for the background are beautiful! I love the sweet butterflies...the stamping looks fabulous!
Continuing to send big hugs and prayers your way my sweet friend.
Have a great evening,
Sherrie K

Scrapper69 said...

Hi Kate!!! Your card is so lovely! Pretty butterflies and I love the color combo... it's one of my favorite watercolor mixes! :) I'm praying your Family is Healing and wish you guys love, & Peace... :)

Theresa
Theresa’s Crafty Creations

Brenda said...

I love that you did the emboss resist with the distress, it turned out so beautifully! Thanks for the fun challenge this week.