Simply Amazing

Hello there....

I love the summery feel of this card, yet it has no Yellow on it.

Playing today at W Plus 9 with their Sketch challenge:

I made my diagonal more exaggerated so you could see the embossed panel in between the flower layers.
One layer is popped up with foam adhesive.

The butterfly is Vellum. 
Adding just a bit of color to the back of it so it would "POP" on the card.

W Plus 9  -  Sketch
CASology  -  Line

W Plus 9:  Quite Like You, Flora & Fauna 2, Watercolored Anemones stamps
Simon Says Stamp:  Jellybean, Maliblue, Hollyhock, Scuba inks
Imagine Crafts featuring Tsukineko:  VersaFine Onyx Black ink, VersaMark ink, White embossing powder
Crafters Companion:  Elegance embossing folder
Pretty Pink Posh:  Sparkling Clear sequins

Thanks for stamping by....

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Joni Andaya said...


LauraJane:) said...

LOVE the colors!! and the vellum butterfly:)

Barbara said...

Gorgeous! The colors are wonderful and I love how one layer is raised!

Wanda Cullen said...

Wow, this is such a gorgeous card and really love your interpretation of that sketch! Had to pin this one!

Eliz S said...

Simply elegant! Such a clean line!

Anonymous said...

Hey Penny!! Your card is so pretty!! I love the colors and the butterfly. Great line too!!Thank you so much for playing us this week at CASology.

Hannelie said...

Penny I love the effect of the diagonal line!
So effective!
Thanks for joining us at Casology!

Taunya Butler said...

Stunning card and it is SO AMAZING!!! BEautiful!!

Celeste Goff said...

Just beautiful!

Cornelia (fun stamping) said...

Just gorgeous!

Shannon McComb said...

Oh my goodness!! This is just STUNNING!!! Love that bright turquoise of you flowers!! Just so vibrant and beautiful!! Amazing take on the sketch!!

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