Thursday 25 June 2015

Black and White

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I was at a craft fair recently looking for a particular die, when I spotted this Memory Box 'Sylvan Corner' butterfly die, which just shouted out at me 'buy me! buy me!'. So home it came with me.
I'm back in my comfort zone of CAS today , after making yesterday's shabby chic card. I used a metal shim and the intricate die cut beautifully.  In the top left hand corner there are two solid butterflies and the wings lift up to make them 3D, although you can't see them very well in the photo of my card.  You can see how the die cuts here..... 
I added three little punched butterflies for added detail.

I would like to enter my card for the following challenges:


  1. Beautiful card. I can almost hear that dies shouting to me too!

    1. I can hear it shouting at you, Kathy.... listen carefully.... "buy me, Kathy!". ;-)

  2. That is a gorgeous die, Liz. It makes a beautiful silhouette card.

  3. That is so beautiful! The die would definitely have shouted out to me too!

  4. Another lovely card but I tend towards your second one.

    Kath x

  5. Perfect CAS card Liz, beautiful corner of butterflies, love the silhouette you have done.
    Pam x

  6. I can see why this die was wanting to go home with you! It's so pretty and intricate!

  7. Gorgeous card, your black and white design is stunning. Thank you for sharing your work with all of us at Crafty Boots Challenges.


  8. Beautiful card and I think if I had seen that die it would have spoken to me too!! Thanks for joining in at Crafty Boots Challenges this time.

  9. I can understand why you listened, when the die demanded that you buy it. It is fabulous. I really like the black on the white. Striking.

  10. Gorgeous card Liz! It's so elegant and striking.
    Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Mandy xx


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