Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Woodware Challenge - One Layer

This is by far the quickest card I have made this year!... just one layer of stamping and a few additions with a Sakura Gelly Roll white pen and 0.1 Micron black pen.
The butterfly come from this set:
FRCL155 Flutterby Butterflies
And the greeting is from this set:
FRCL200 All Occasion Bloom
I use a 'Blue Breeze' KaleidaColor ink pad  for the butterflies to get some colour variation. The antennae are easy to draw as you are going over the blue ones already there.
A little tip for getting the butterflies in formation in the middle of the card. Use a card slightly larger than you intend to end with. Start by stamping the butterfly in the top left corner. After stamping all the butterflies you can trim the left and bottom borders to match.

I would probably add some white ribbon. You know me a card is not complete without a bit of ribbon! I wasn't sure if it would be counted as another layer...

Pop along to the Woodware blog to see other variations on this challenge.


  1. wow fabulous stunning simple card, i love blue too. This looks really good with the Kaleidacolour Blue Breeze,and lovely detail on the butterflies, such a lovely effect, thanks for the inspiration as always

  2. A stunning simple card Francoise !!

    hugs Diane xx

  3. What a great card, so simple but very effective, i shall have to have a go at this one!


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