Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Take Flight by Alison Hall


 

 

Hello Crafters. I've been working with Carabelle Studio stamps again, they really are lovely!

 

Here's what I used... 


Carabelle Studios Stamps - Desire (A7), Collage Nid D'Abeilles (A6)
Brusho Crystal Colour - Yellow, Orange, Brilliant Red, Purple
Detail Embossing Powder - Clear
Tim Holtz Paper Distresser
Glossy Accents
Heat Gun

 
 

Instructions... 

 


1. Cut a piece of white card 12x12cm, then stamp the hexagon background in opposite corners. Distress the edges, then apply black ink to them.
 

2. Stamp the Desire image onto white card, cut it out, distress & ink the edges.
 

3. Stamp the Desire image onto white card again, clear emboss, cut out just the butterfly, then watercolour with diluted Brusho colours. Whilst you still have the watery Brusho colours on a palette, use the paintbrush to flick the different colours onto the hexagon background.
 

4. Adhere the Desire image at a slight angle onto the hexagon background, attach the painted butterfly on top of the image with Glossy Accents, leaving the wings free to bend up slightly.
 
 
 
 

 

5. Apply words from the Botanical Remnant Rubs, then attach the artwork to a white card blank.

 

Hope you're inspired to create some art today!

 

Alison x

9 comments:

  1. Fantastic card Alison. I love the dramatic pop of red.

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  2. Great card Aluson love the red
    Love
    Amanda x

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  3. Yes Carabelle stamps really are amazing. Loving the card Alison,the butterfly really pops right out at you
    Big hugs
    Donna xxx

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  4. Gorgeous card. I love the colours you have used.
    Lynne

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  5. Looks like your butterfly just landed long enough to get a little "heart's desire" - maybe some water, some sugar or some hmmmm?!! and is ready to take off again on a journey! Lovely. j.

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  6. I love the 3D effect of this beautiful red butterfly on your background. xx

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  7. Really gorgeous card Alison. The red is an amazing contrast to the monochromatic stamping.
    Fliss xx

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  8. Wow - just love the zing of the butterfly against that beautiful background.
    Alison xx

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