Saturday, April 16, 2011

Faux Fabric Butterfly

I set out to do two things this afternoon -
  • Try the Faux Fabric Technique (create the look of beautiful vintage fabric with embossed card stock)
  • Make a bigger Butterfly Easel Card (using the largest butterfly on SU's Beautiful Butterflies Bigz Die)


Faux Fabric - This Week's Technique at Splitcoast


An Easel Card using the Biggest Butterfly


I was pleased to discover that 4 thicknesses of folded card stock do go through the Big Shot with ease to create a larger Butterfly Easel Card. Tutorial coming soon!

In the meantime, if you haven't already, you can check out my tutorial for the mini one HERE.


Project Recipe:
Stamp Set: Elements of Style, Fresh Cuts
Ink: Basic Black, Bashful Blue
Card Stock: Bashful Blue
Accessories: Antique Brad, White Gel Pen, Square Lattice Embossing Folder, Sponge Dauber


Thanks for stopping by,

10 comments:

Karen said...

Wow Bronwyn I love your butterfly easel cards they are all fantastic.

Mae Collins said...

Bronwyn this is absolutely stunning...love the technique must try this one myself...this is going straight in my to case file!

Sharnee Torrents said...

WOW OH WOW OH WOW!!!! THis is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!! BRON you're a super star!!!! LOVE IT!!!!
Smiles and hugs Sharnee :)

Diane Barnes said...

Oh wow, totally gorgeous Bronywn. The stamped & textured butterflies look totally amazing & the easel makes it even more spectacular. Love it!

Caroline said...

I love this Bron! Will be CASEing for my next class - hope you don't mind?

Julia said...

You are such an amazing artist, I love seeing your work!!!

Sandybeaches said...

WOW!! Just love that butterfly easel card!! Just awesome:) Thanks for the inspiration!!

Tracey said...

Wow this is beautiful Bronwyn & the first time I've seen a butterfly easel card :)

Hugs
Tracey
x

Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

Just beautiful, Bronwyn! I am in awe!
Sorry haven't popped by recently ... but (as you probably know) my dad had a heart attack 2 weeks ago ... it is school holidays ... my son turned 13 yesterday ... and my eldest daughter is in labour as I type! I am excited about my 1st grandchild ... but it is a long hard labour and I am a bit distracted.
Hugs xxaxx

Chris said...

This is just gorgeous - so much so that I had to sit down right away and make a couple ...! Thanks for the inspiration!

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