Sunday, April 27, 2008

A Birthday in Flight

I hope everyone had a blessed Sunday today - I've been away all day so I'm posting late and really should be in bed! I seem to be saying that on every post - can you get the idea that I'm a late night stamper!?!? It was a cloudy day here - we really need rain but only got a couple of sprinkles - some showers are supposed to come tomorrow and Tuesday.

My card today was made for the Featured Stamper challenge over at Split Coast. Today's featured stamper was Michelle (Sf9erfan) who has a delightful gallery of cards - I chose this card to case (Copy And Selectively Edit). I changed the colors and stamps used and punched the butterflies instead of using a stamp - but kept the layout the same.
I thought this was a lovely birthday card and I got to use my favorite new butterfly punch again! I used Arctic Ice Stickles on the wings for a little shimmer and colored the bodies with a black sharpie pen. They are attached to the panel with glue zots and creased to make them 3D. The great ruffled ribbon is from Flourishes.
Thanks so much for stopping by to check in with me today - I really appreciate it!
Today's thought from Poor Richard's Almanac: "You may delay, but time will not."
Stamps: Swirls: Autumn Leaves Swirls V2, Sentiment: PapertreyInk
Paper: Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery, Wild Wasabi, White PapertreyInk
Ink: Spring Moss: PTI, Onyx Black Archival Versafine
Accessories: glue zots, green ruffled ribbon: Flourishes, butterfly punch: Martha Stewart, arctic ice stickles, black sharpie pen, dimensionals.


LeAnne said...

Very pretty Julia! I do love those butterflies, and I especially like your color combo!

Deb said...

Very pretty, I love the sparkly butterflies and the ribbon is gorgeous!!

dpkennedy said...

Beautiful card Julia! Those butterflies are so pretty!

Eli said...


Oh, yeh, i read and write english. I think it so fun to read all of the coments. And all of the people you get contact with, over the hole world.I have`nt look at your blog yet, but I shall do it after this coments.