Have you ever met one of those
The only similarity in these two cards is that both have large, heat-embossed butterfly images.
That's 'cuz mine morphed. Without any planning. It just happened.
Sketch N Stash challenge inspired my background. The hosts at Sketch N Stash provide an awesome sketch, and then challenge us to use new or neglected Stash.
In this case, the Bazzill Bling cardstock is at least 6 years old, the green Stardream CS is 4-5 years old, the Radiant Moss Embossing Powder is at least 2 years old, the ribbon is a good 3-4 years old, but the butterfly is only a month old! (hoping to redeem myself). All these items had never been used (hanging head in shame).
glitterfied embossing powder - it actually looks more like glitter than EP).
The green powder has been combined with gold and green glitters, to produce a spectacular effect.
Depending how the card is held, the glitter sparkles green or gold, but not both at the same time.
This card is submitted to these great challenges (thank you Challenge hosts!)
Sketch N Stash #111 - see paragraph in blog post (cardstock, EP, ribbon, butterfly image)
Creative Moments - #14 Things With Wings (butterfly)
Whimsical Designs - Emboss It - (2 embossing folders, 1 embossing powder)
Artistic Inspirations - #36 Anything Goes
Card Mania Challenge - #18 punches or die cuts (2 SB dies Fleur de Lis)
Crafty Bloggers Network - #10 Anything Goes
LEJ Designs Challenge - #48 Show us your Ribbons (green & gold in the middle)
Flutterby Wednesday - #235 must have butterfly or fairy
Rhedd and Rosie's Challenge - #4 Monochromatic (all green - except white panel)
2 Sisters Challenge - #138 Anything Goes
Sparkle N Sprinkle Radiant Moss Green embossing powder EP271
Inks: VersaMark, Ranger Meadow dye ink
Cardstock: Bazzill Bling green, White, Stardream Green
Die Cuts: SB Fleur de Lis embossing dies
Embossing Folders: Counture Creations Tied Together and Venus Crest
Adhesives: Quick Dry Glue, SNS 1/2" Tear-ific Tape, Dimensionals
Thanks for stopping by (and thanks for inspiring me AGAIN today, Shirley!)