Monday, September 7, 2009


Paper tole is among my favorite techniques to design with. It's an effortless method to use for getting dramatic 3D and textured results. Basically all that is needed is multiple shapes of the same image stacked with dimensional adhesive one on top of the other. In the design above, I punched a butterfly four times and layered them with dimensional tape. My inspiration for this card was triggered by the white butterflies that have been frequenting the Latana bush in my backyard. They look delightful as they dance around the greenery. I entered this card in the CAS31 challenge on SCS (pop it up!) Here are more details and have a great day1

Stamps: SU Inspired by Nature
Paper: SU Mellow Moss, WWhite
Ink: SU Always Artichoke, Mellow Moss, True Thyme
Accessories: SU Ribbon, Silver Nailheads, Silver gel pen

1 comment:

Karen B Barber said...

Oh my goodness we have a LOT in common there girl -just read your About Me thingey- married childhood sweetheart - grown kids, grand daugters, 9-5 hard working jobs,SU demonstrators faith, love to stamp~~ PHEW!! Why on earth would you think people would not miss your blog? Your stamping is excellent!! I am going to go follow you NOW!! :) Thanks for your kind words!! :) Many blessings, Karen B. :)