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Sunday, 19 August 2012

Take Flight

The August challenge at Sir Stampalot is ............Take Flight............ . This card is made with one of my all time favourite stamps from Elusive Images now Chocolate Baroque. Firstly I stamped the butterfly area twice, and cut out the second butterfly, coloured it with distress inks,then added a little glitter to it.  I coloured the stamped image panel and the side panel with distress inks, then melted some gold Frantage in two areas of the main image. I stamped leaves on the background panel, added a ribbon and a greeting. I have just noticed it's not straight!!! Why do I do most of my crafting at night? Anyway I hope the guys and gals at Sir Stampalot like the card. thanks folks for the challenge.

10 comments:

  1. So beautiful! Thanks for joining us at Stampalot this month.
    Pinky

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  2. Looks fantastic, love the colour combination.
    Yvonne x

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  3. So lovely Caz, great colour choice .
    sue-b xx

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  4. Good morning Cazro,

    A beautiful fusion of colours and a nice touch with the Frantage, it is fun to use isn't it.

    It's lovely to see you at Stampalot challenge this month, many thanks for joining in.

    B x

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  5. Hi Caz, lovely colours on your background, frantage adds a lovely touch.
    Great to meet up yesterday.
    Avril xx

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  6. Beautiful, Cazro. I love the colours and the design. Thank you for sharing it with us at Stampalot Challenge this month, and good luck.

    Lynne x

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  7. Gorgeous card Caz, beautifully put together. I think I might need some of the frantage to enhance some of my cards lol!
    Anne x

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  8. What a very beautiful creation, thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot this month and good luck!

    Hugs
    Francesca

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  9. What a fabulous card! Thanks for sharing it with us for our take Flight theme at Stampalot this month and good luck!

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  10. Beautifully inky!Thanks for joining our August challenge at Sir Stampalot, Ruth :)

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