Tuesday, July 9, 2013

{Card Set Inspiration: Day 2}


I knew when I saw the CASE Study challenge this week that I had to pull out my Hero Arts butterfly stamps.  I love the intricate detail on these.  I decided to keep the design very simple with just a tiny touch of color. SU's Pacific Point is quickly becoming one of my favorite colors.  I added a touch of ribbon to finish off the card.  I made all sympathy cards for this card set, but it would be super easy to change up the sentiments for the card.
 
 

20 comments:

  1. These are perfect for the challenge Lynn. I love your simple layout and the contrasting colors.

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  2. Good golly that's beautiful!

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  3. Beautiful, Lynn! Love the white on black!

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  4. Wow, Lynn! This set is really beautiful! Love the design and your gorgeous stamping of my fave butterflies!

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  5. Gorgeous Lynn, love the stamping on black and the sentiment up the side-must do this more often!

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  6. oh, what a stunning card! Love the chalkboard like look with the white butterflies. I see this selling right away! ox

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  7. Beautiful card set Lynn! Great take from the inspiration photo!

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  8. love the butterflies on the dark background!

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  9. Fabulous Lynn, I absolutely love the butterflies over the black background. Thank you so much for sharing this with us this week at CASE Study!

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  10. You know I love butterflies and the way you did them in white on the black is fabulous! Perfect touch with the pop of turquoise.

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  11. Beautiful! Love the dark panel and those butterflies. TFS

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  12. That IS a beautiful butterfly stamp and the blue on dark brown really makes a statement.

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  13. So beautiful!!! Love your card set, Lynn! The black background and ribbons are so striking with the butterflies!

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  14. This is a gorgeous set! I love how you adapted the design for a more solemn occasion, but the touch of color is very uplifting.

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  15. Absolutely gorgeous, Lynn! And so needed, especially when one is so NOT wanting to create. That's one of my favorite, SU colors, too!

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  16. I love how the butterflies pop off the grey (black?) card strip and the bow balances the sentiment so perfectly!

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  17. I do prefer realistic butterfly images and these are gorgeous... Just like etchings on the dark card!!!
    What a classy set they make.
    Ahhh a new baby in the family too, sweet way to use the sketch for a CAS card :0)
    Jenny x

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  18. ooops I was getting ahead of myself with the baby card... next post!!! :0)

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