Saturday, January 8, 2011

Butterflies In The Snow…

ButterflyCorner abs Faith

But this butterfly is looking from the INside out at the snow! It’s beautiful, but COLD here today!!

Today’s Inspiration challenge on Splitcoast is a cute kid’s site, lots of butterflies there!

This is Our Daily Bread designs, Butterfly Corner and Faith (full of grace series). The butterfly is colored with Copics, then I masked the daisies and butterfly and airbrushed.

I just love the Grand Labels and Grand Calibur!

ButterflyCorner abs Faith clsup

stamps: butterfly corner, faith
ink: adirondack cranberry, memento tuxedo black
paper: georgia pacific white
tools and techniques: copics, copic abs, spellbinders grand labels one, grand calibur,
masking and airbrush

Thanks for stopping!



Papyrus Charm said...

This is an absolutely beautiful piece of artwork. Love the falling snowflakes - been watching them out my window for 3 days now - we have about 30 inches on the ground!

Becky said...

This is absolutely stunning! Gorgeous colors.

Holly Young said...

Dawn this is just spectacular! I love the way you did your background. You really need to make a video showing us how to do this. Just gorgeous!

ChristineCreations said...

Gorgeous gorgeous flow of color Dawn! YUM!

jan farnworth said...

how how stunning very nicely done.

Dana said...

I'm with Holly.. lol!! Not just on how gorgeous this, but wanting to see a tut!! I've been debating on purchasing the abs.. I think you've just sold me on it!! This sentiment is truly beautiful!!

Scrumplescrunch said...

What a beautiful card Dawn!
Your colouring is spectacular.

Anonymous said...

I love this sentiment! You did a wonderful job with your airbrushing and your transitions from color to color on your borders! Love this!

Runnergirl Creations said...

Beautiful colors! I love the sentiment & the butterfly!

- dlm. said...

What a stunning card, Dawn. Everything about this card, sings...from the thoughtfully chosen sentiment, to the colouring of the butterfly, to the subtle gradation of your airbrushed colour. Well done!