Thursday, 1 May 2014

Just love Butterfly's

Products used:-
Taupe coloured card
Gold mirri board card
JustRite butterfly kisses stamp
Cosmic shimmer true white embossing powder
Focal:- Sue Wilson Californian collection Napa Valley
Sue Wilson Label die
Sunshine gilding flakes
Yellow binding ribbon
Spellbinders butterfly's
I made the stick pins
Tulle bow


  1. Tina, this is gorgeous.
    That butterfly stamp is a stunner.
    Janice W

  2. Hi Tina
    Said I'd be back and boy you have been busy. More gorgeous cards and this one is fab. The butterfly stamp is lovely.
    Just a couple of things whilst I'm here. To get a followers button you need to add one in blogger. In your dashboard, go to layout then add gadget. One of the options will be to add a followers button and then you'll be away.
    And, yes, I did read about Berkeley, so sorry.
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

  3. Wow Tina this is gorgeous. Those butterflies are stunning. Hazel x

  4. Oh WOW Tina. This is totally stunning. You have to get a market table and sell your creations. So many people are needing cards like these. You should apply for a design team member.
    Steph xx

  5. Is the stamping the 'layer effect' that Sue has shown us Tina. Would you consider step by step or does it take up too much time ? Never had a blog so no idea what's entaled.
    Steph (again) !!

  6. Hi Steph,
    That was sheer coincidence that happened. I had to go and have a look, I did'nt mean to do that, but a great idea for another card, Thank you.

    I have done the layered effect before. The way I do it is, cut all your card to the different sizes you need, round off corners or leave them square. Lay them on top of each other, if you are at all worried about the card moving, just a little squirt of stick and spray on the back will keep them in place. Then stamp away with your perfect medium or ink.. It even looks good if you matt and layer each piece of card, It gives it dimension. I hope this is want you meant, and I'm not teaching you to suck eggs ( never did understand what that meant, Hey ho ). If It's not right, leave a message and I'll call you.

    Love Tina X

    1. Yep, thanks for your help, just what I was asking. Thanks Tina. One more question if you dont mind - is there a specific brand of card you use (eg Foundations card, bazzil card)
      There was another card I looked at, white background that was either embossed when bought, or you had embossed it yourself, cant remember which card, better go and have another look : )

  7. Hello Tina, what a truly elegant and striking card, I love everything about it. It's a gorgeous die and I love your colour choices, the gold just makes it all pop. Have a lovely holiday weekend, Kate x

  8. Wow another stunning card - I have to say that I have loved every card that I have seen you make - you are one very talented lady - have a fab Bank Holiday weekend xx GailT xx

  9. Hi Ang,

    Thank you for your help, I need all the help I can get when it comes to computers , I think we are still doing something wrong, but only time will tell. Thanks again Ang .

    Tina X

  10. Tina. The card I have been trying to explain regarding the white mat, is orange and white with Happy Birthday George. Its such a clean crisp white card, id either like to know which folder you used or if it was bought like that, as its one of those that Id like to keep in my stash. I have so much white card of varying shades of white, with various grains but I really really love this white card ! Dont I waffle on ! Soz !
    Steph xx

  11. Hi Steph,
    The card is called. A4 White Linen Embossed card. I bought it from C&C on a Bogof offer, anyway found the label and it's from a company called.

    What a beautiful day for Cameeli, there's not a cloud in the sky.

  12. Hello Tina,
    That's me back from holiday and I am so delighted to see all the comments on your wonderful work.
    Bet you feel so much better seeing all the fantastic comments you are receiving. Your work is stunning and needed to to be admired.
    Loving that you are listing the things you are using.

    Love this card everything about it is just perfect.

    Patricia xx