colourQ challenge #145...


Happy Sunday everyone!  Just of few quick minutes to post the ColourQ challenge card I made.  I love the colors this week.  All I could think was sunflowers when I saw it.


 I started with a white card base that I antiqued with tea dye duos.  Then I ran the craft card stock through my cuttlebug with an inked up wood grain impression plate.  I was very happy with the effect.


The sunflowers took some double stamping.  I tried to use light and dark ink separately but the light barely showed up.  I opted to stamp the dark on top of the light and was pleased with the outcome.


 The frame was made from a chocolate chip card stock and backed with a rustic cream.  I saw the twine idea on Nicole Heady's blog this week and knew I would have to case it.


The butterfly was cut from a die out of patterned paper.  I like the little punch of eucalyptus that it brings to the card.  It pulls the sentiment to the eye.


Thanks for stopping by ~
Rebecca

3 comments:

Sylvia said...

What a fun card Rebecca, love that butterfly! Thanks for joining us this week at the ColourQ and sharing your card with us.

Jen said...

Sunflowers and butterflies are perfect for this challenge! Thanks for joining us at colourQ!

Barb said...

so pretty! i love those sunflowers and the butterfly is cute!

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