fredag 3. august 2012

Tilda with Daisys and Mushrooms in a Sunny Autumn Morning with a "Butterfly step by step" ♥

Hi! 
Hope you are fine and are enjoying the summer, outside or inside crafting maybe?:)
This Friday I want to show you a card I have made with the wonderful "Ska vi ta en Fika"/"Let's have coffee" collection from Maja Design. 
And I have also made a step by step of how I made the butterflies I have on the card.
The paper I have used are:
♥ Søders Høider
♥ Kärleksmums
♥ Havrerutor
♥ Lejas Cafe
Now some close-ups of the details.


My scene is made with two stamps from Magnolia
Tilda with Daisys and Mushrooms and Sunny Autumn Morning
I have coloured the scene with Distress Ink-reinkers and Markers.
I have also used some stamps from Stempelglede and the Vintage Garden collection. Both text stamps are from Magnolia.
 ♥♥♥
And now I want to show you how I made the butterflies on my card.
So I have made a step by step, here it goes:
I start with the papers I want to use, here Kraft and Maja Design Pattern Paper (Ska vi ta en Fika? -Søders Højder), a brush and some glue (here Glue n' seal).
I put some glue on the Kraft paper.
As much as this. But that is up to you (I wanted more pattern paper on the butterflies than Kraft).
Now I lay the pattern paper over the Kraft paper.
 I push them extra hard together. And then I wait for some minutes. It doesn't take long time before the glue has fasten the papers together.
Now I start to rip some of the pattern paper off the Kraft paper.
Here is what it looks like when I am finished.
Now it is time to find the tools. I use my Big Shot, and the butterflies I use are from Tim Holtz. 
I have to lay the butterflies inside the tag-die. (Then I only need one plate under the dies, and one over.)

I lay the paper over the dies like you see on the photos.

Here I place the plate (well used:)) over the dies.

Turn the weel, ...and the dies are on the other side.
I take away the plate...
... and take a look at the butterflies:)
I add some ink (walnut stain) to the paper edges.
And pretty them up with some Liquid Pearls-Bisque...
... like this.
♥♥♥
And here they are on the card, with a purple rose on each:)
Thank you so much for visiting my blog!
Take care & have a wonderful Friday:)

12 kommentarer:

Exclusively by Mel sa...

Hi lovely xxx
what a beautiful card! I love it, the colouring is wonderful as is your gorgeous design.
And thank you for a fab tutorial, I will so being making those very pretty butterflies.
Love,melly. xxx

Margreet sa...

What a beautiful card
A love the colouring.

Great Margreet

Yulis Kartika sa...

thank you so very much Camilla for sharing the great tip, and your design absolutely beautiful ! xxxx

yulis

Lillemor sa...

Åh, så fint kort! Den bakgrundsstämpeln har jag inte använt än. Toppen tutorial och vilken fin liquid pearls! Toppen toppen alltihop!
KRAM

Pysselfröken sa...

Wow så snyggt! Din maskning och färgläggning är verkligen toppen! Tack för all inspiration du bjuder på i din blogg. Ha en fin helg!
Kram

LottesCards sa...

Love it verry much! Thank you for sharing this with us!!!
Your card is stunning, I love al the details!

Lotte

Nicola sa...

Oh Camilla, what an amazing creation, so many incredible details, love the colours, perfect colouring of such a beautiful scene, loads of yummy layers - my kind of card!
Thanks for the inspiring tutorial too!
Hugs Nicola xxx

JU@NITA sa...

What an amazing card Camilla,and the soft color purple or violet.So beautiful and cute.I like your work very much.And your fabulous tutorial about the butterflies is super!!!

Hugs Juanita

Liz's creative corner sa...

Wow stunning card, so beautiful and fabulous tutorial, will have to give this a try, thanks for sharing it with us, hugs Liz xx

Brita Tronstad sa...

Skikkelig fin tutorial. Dette må jeg prøve:). Du er god til å forklare...

serena sa...

Merci pour ce tuto qui nous montre quelques produits encore inconnu.Tes réalisations sont sublimes. bIG bISOUS Serena

pattyo sa...

Just happened to come across this post about the butterflies. Love this technique and the card, too!