Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Thankful For You


Hello there and happy Tuesday.  Last week I needed a card for a co-worker as an anniversary thank you.  Instead of going with the traditional anniversary sentiment I like to change up the sentiments for a heartfelt thank you.  I decided it was the perfect time to play along with the current Uniko Studio Challenge.  I have some of the new Uniko Christmas stamps on order so I played along using the sets I already have. I love this butterfly.  I stamped/embossed in white and add a little more dimension to the butterfly by using water color pens to fill in the butterfly for a tone on tone effect. I am pleased with the CAS result.


11 comments:

  1. You so know I am going to have to try this, so very creative Lynn and looks stunning! Love that you joined us at Uniko

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  2. Beautiful card, Lynn! I love the dimension on the butterfly!

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  3. Oh wow! What a beautiful technique you used on the butterfly! Very gorgeous card Lynn!

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  4. Love this, it really pops out. And I forgot to tell you that yes I did get what you meant about the patterned paper on the card I didn't like the other day, it was missing the grounding/tie it all together piece. I think I'll stick to my less is more in the future...

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  5. That is such a good idea for an anniversary sentiment - and the card is gorgeous! Love the embossing and watercolor pen use!

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  6. Just gorgeous Lynn, the effect is stunning!

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  7. So very pretty, Lynn ... the tone on tone colouring is so deliciously subtle on this gorgeous butterfly! Lovely! Anita :)

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  8. Your butterfly is Gorgeous and I LOVE your background, Lynn!

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  9. Love the colours & great use of the sketch. Thank you for joining in on the Uniko Studio Challenge. Hugs Bev x

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  10. This way the butterfly looks so delicate; stunning! Hugs, Gerrina

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  11. Beautiful card. Great used the butterfly stamp and beautifully highlighted in color. I love this card.
    Regards,
    Bozena

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