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jac-inks Papercraft Challenge #5 - In Colours

Blushing Bride Butterfly


My favourite Stampin' Up! In Color is Blushing Bride. It's a beautiful shade of pink.

I made this little Butterfly Easel Card to fit in with the challenge over at jac-inks Papercraft which was to make a project using the SU In Colors.


Project Recipe:
Stamp Set: Butterfly Prints
Card Stock and Ink: Blushing Bride
Accessories: Beautiful Butterflies Bigz Die, Finial Press Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Antique Brad, Sponge Dauber


PS: A tutorial for this cute little easel card can be found HERE.

Have a lovely weekend,

Comments

Ann Craig said…
Stunning! Can't wait for your tutorial to come up Bronwyn. This is such a delightful card - thanks so much for sharing your talents at jac-inks challenges.
Heidi Brawley said…
AWE!!!! This is totally adorable!!
~Heidi Brawley
Jeanette said…
Absolutely beautiful!
Mae's Cachet said…
Bronwyn this card is simply beautiful...you make easel cards seem so simple and stunning!
Anonymous said…
Hello Eastly,
oooooooooohhhhhhhhhhh, absolutely
wonderful. I love it.
Sorry, I'm German.
Bye Gaby
Debi said…
such a pretty card- as Mae said you make Easel cards look so easy x
Gorgeous!!! Thanks so much for sharing and for responding to my email. You are so talented and I love this card!
Wow! Gorgeous card Bronwyn, so pretty! Don't you just love the BigShot? Thanks for joining us at Jac-Inks :-) Jenni
Vicky Hayes said…
These butterfly easel cards are amazing - a colleague of mine produced them for her regional training swaps and they produced a huge wow! This one is so pretty, made in pale pink and the beautiful vintage brad is the perfect finishing touch.
Nikki Spencer said…
Bron these are so sweet, love how you have embossed and that antique brad is perfect.
Tui Nathan said…
Oh how clever Bron ... this is simply beautiful ... and very creative ... love it!
Oh, and thanks for the tutorial.
Julie B said…
This is so beautiful - and thank you for sharing your tutorial!
H2 :) said…
Bron, all your butterfly easel cards are spectacular! This one in particular is stunning, with the soft colouring, embossing & that gorgeous antique brad. :)

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