Have you played with the Color Burst that is out on the market?? Well I have a few times and last nite I played with a yellow and a blue color.
.But this time I used the Color Burst as ink.
I spritzed a mist of water on a butterfly stamp and tapped a blue and a yellow bit of the powders on the rubber stamp. Then I turned that stamp over and stamped it on white card stock.
Well I loved what I got.
I decided to fussy cut that butterfly out.
Next I decided to stamp this same butterfly image on a blank white card.
After doing that, I had a lot of white space staring at me, so I pulled out a new stencil and covered up that white space with a brick design.
My butterfly that I had fussy cut out, I attached it over the butterfly
that I stamped directly on the card front.
I had a die cut, a lattice flourish, just sitting on my table and I slid it behind/underneath the butterfly
Then, I saw a die cut piece from K&Co, so I added that.(Its positioned above the butterfly)It was already colored and its colors complimented the colors I was using on the card so I was OK with this addition.
Lastly I took a dictionary page and copied it onto card stock and added the butterfly definition.
OK Let me share my card with you.
Well I am really loving that butterfly and how it came out. Hope this inspires you to use Color Burst.
Viva Las Vegas - Butterfly Lady (#18198): White CS
: Memento - Desert Sand
Die used: Heartfelt Creations - Decorative Lattice Swirl
: K&Co Die cut card stock, Definition from dictionary, Stencils are from - Faber-Castell Stencil Collection
I am submitting this card in the following challenges:
Through The Craft Room Door - Always Anything Goes (#107)