Tuesday, April 23, 2013

BIG BUTTERFLY CARDS

Hello people!!
How are you all doing.I am here today with two cards,its been quiet a long time since i made a card i guess..i was totally hooked on making mini albums.It feels so good to make cards after long time,according to me card making has lots of scope to learn more and try different techniques than anything else,whats your opinion?

    My first card is base on this week CASE study challenge.I just loved the negative die cutting and the colorful alphas in the card.Here is my take,this is my first time using negative die cutting.The papers are from simple stories- vintage bliss.Its a pure bliss to use those paper i must say,i completely loved them.The chipboard stickers is also from the same collection.I have cut the butterfly using silhouette..best thing about it is you can cut the same design in different sizes.I have cut them in quiet a big size,about 41/2 inches.I have also used a punched out border and little of wood grain paper.Love how it turned out.
 


Here is my second card using the same negative die cut butterfly in a different size.I just loved to use bigger size butterfly in my card, and using it as a main element instead of using as a embellishment.I also have another card using the postive..have not finished it yet,will share it later.
   The paper is from prima romance novel..a super hit paper pad in recent days i guess.I completely love them and love the vintage look of the card it gives.Again some punched out border,seam binding ribbon,mulberry roses,ticket sentiment and decorative pin to finish the card.

Also sending this to:
Love to Scrap - Die Cuts and/or Punches
 Dream Valley Challenges -  Things with Wings
Card Makin' Mamas -  Ribbon
QKR Stampede – Punches and/or Dies
Nutcrafters -  Anything goes

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16 comments:

Hussena said...

Both your cards are just gorgeous Kavi ..loved the second one more fab use of the negative die space and those paper's are so beautiful !!!

dr.jaya said...

Beautiful cards!! I am in love with each n every element used in the second one...n the paper is gorgeous:)

Alyce said...

this is so sweet! love the beautiful papers and a great design :)

FeistyCrafter said...

Both cards are beautiful!! I think the second is my favorite with the romantic feel and colors. Thanks for joining us at Love to Scrap! Challenge Blog

chillin with Quillin said...

there both gorgeous, love the patterns on the butterflies and the print on Hello, really stands out with the black background. the second one is so elegant !!!!
Paula

Suman Pandit said...

both are nice but the second one is very sophisticated!!
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Leslie said...

Both cards are gorgeous! Love the negative effect and your papers are beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us in the Love To Scrap! Challenge Blog's "Cut It Out" Challenge!
Hugs,
Leslie, DT
http://leslieturner58.blogspot.com

Mian said...

These cards are very pretty and the papers are beautiful. Love the butterflies!

Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with us this week at QKR Stampede.
Best of luck and we'd love to have you visit again!

Hugs Mian
QKR Stampede Design Team Member
http://mianspysselhorna.blogspot.com

Maureen said...

those are beautiful papers! LOVE the large butterfly :) Thanks for playing with us over on CASE Study :)

Shylaashree said...

both are beautiful kavi

Cherished said...

Lovely Creation. Thanks for joining us at Loves to Scrap.

MommyScraps said...

Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing with us at Card Makin' Mamas!
-Adina

Helen said...

Two gorgeous cards - love them both.

Thanks for joining us at Nutcrafters.

Helen x

Susie said...

Stunning cards - love that idea and the colours are beautiful! Thanks for joining our Things with Wings chellenge at Dream Valley. Susie x

melsanford said...

Beautiful! I love the papers you have used. Thank you for joining our challenge at Dream Valley :-) Love 'n' hugs, Mel xx

Celia D. said...

Beautiful cards!
Colors are beautiful.
Wonderful blog and wonderful crafts.
Regards :D

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