Sunday, 13 September 2015

Don't Forget to Fly by Lynne Moncrieff


A simple card to share this week.





  

Supplies


Martha Stewart Metallic Acrylic Paint – Champagne
Tando Creative Mini Butterflies
Extra:- Canvas Corp Script Tissue Paper

 

Instructions:-


Mist watercolour paper with water before applying Pewter and Champagne, allowing water to drip down panel. 



 


Stamp Background Papillion onto white tissue paper. Adhere to panel with Gel Medium. Randomly ink up Messy stamp with Watering Can ink.




 

Apply Pewter, Champagne and Old Gold to Tando butterflies and to a scrap of white cardstock. Stamp the Messy stamp onto the Tando butterflies and the Don’t Forget to Fly sentiment onto the painted cardstock scrap. Ink edges before adhering the butterflies with silicone glue and layering the sentiment onto a scrap of script tissue paper.

 
Until next time,
 

Lynne

12 comments:

  1. Beautifully muted piece Lynne
    Love
    Amanda x

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  2. I love the colors! Simply gorgeous.

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  3. You say simple, I say simply lovely!
    Alison x

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  4. Simple beauty is the best of joy`s dear Lynne, and this is a joy seing, with your wonderful background of words and butterflys! I love the 3 which just landed on your card to investigate and rest in the lovely muted last daylight there, and the sentiments on the stamped tissue ... a very soothing and lovely card!! xxx

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  5. Simple beauty is the best of joy`s dear Lynne, and this is a joy seing, with your wonderful background of words and butterflys! I love the 3 which just landed on your card to investigate and rest in the lovely muted last daylight there, and the sentiments on the stamped tissue ... a very soothing and lovely card!! xxx

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  6. I really admire your exquisite mastery of neutral and natural colours, Lynne. There is such a purity in your delightful work. I love the tranquillity of this card. Simply lovely to look at; but not simple to achieve as beautifully as this! xx

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  7. Beautiful Lynne!
    You do these colors exceedingly well and your attention to detail is always a delight.
    oxo

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  8. Wonderful the way the dimensional butterflies look as though they have come alive from the ones in the messy area. Another masterpiece! inkybru

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  9. Just gorgeous Lynne. Love the sepia and the butterflies look stunning.
    Fliss xx

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  10. Very lovely indeed Lynne. The monotones seem to give it extra fragility and air. Nicola x

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