Greetings to you today bloggers. For my post today I wanted to share a card I made with the Cottage Cutz Dragonfly Die. It's my day to post at The Scrapping Cottage
! This was so fun to make and really quick and easy. I am being totally honest as cards usually take me like 6 hours to make just one....lol
I started with the dragonflies. I die cut them and painted them with H2O's. This is the first time I used that paint and I have to say I love the shimmer and the way it goes on. The top dragonfly wing was painted with Bolivian Blue, the bottom wing with Olive Vine, and then I outlined the whole wing with bamboo.
The dragonflies were mounted on Spellbinders the smallest die from the Large round set. This was distress inked with Rangers Brush Corduroy and then mounted on top of a die from the Spellbinders Ironwork Accents set. The background was done with a Martha Stewart Punch around the Page set called French Scroll.
This is the sweet die I used. You can find it here
Thank you for stopping by today to visit. It was sure appreciated and it was a pleasure to have you stop by!
wow carol fabulous and beautiful card also your card under.
"Wow" is the perfect reaction to this one, Carol! Wow, those dragonflies are just gorgeous!!
Great layout and loving those dragonflies! The frames you have them on are wonderful match to the punched frame. Great card.
Beautiful dragonflies, Carol..love their colors. The Iron Work Accents die is great for landing this 'flies upon. It's a beautiful card and I love it...bunches.
What a pretty "quick" card, Carol! I'll *bet* your other creations take like 6 hours to make. Sooooo much going on with them! This has plenty of punching too, and it still has that special Bearzi touch. :)
More WOW from me, Carol! It's a beauty! Don't you just love H2O's? I sure do!
I love those dragonflies! This card is just gorgeous. I love all the swirly details. I don't use my H20's enough. Thank you for inspiring me!
Your dragonflies are fantastic, Carol! This card is really cool. I love the design you used for it--don't threes look terrific? It's simple but so detailed, too. You amaze me! Happy Mother's Day, my friend!!
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