29 September 2016

a flower... and a butterfly!

Hi there!

Time to join a couple of challenges!

A closer look:

Inspiration comes from the following challenges:

Muse card club ~ The muse this week: Aileen Ryan. Thanks for the beautiful inspiration Aileen!

I used the following as my inspiration:

  • Flower positioned bottom left side (Penny Black Dahlia).
  • Masked leaves.
  • Colors of the flowers and leaves applied to butterfly (Silhouette cut).

AAA cards  ~ Technique of masking.


Thanks for visiting me today!


- Bellule - said...

I'm sorry for my English ... is poor and too shool ☺

Your card is wonderfull, so délicate as the buterfly wings.

Thanks so much for your comments on my blog ♥

Bises ♥

Aileen said...

Beautiful card, I love your inspiration from my card. Its totally stunning with the butterflies adding the colour.

Gayatri said...

Beautiful! Love the offset floral with pop of colour from the butterfly. Thanks for joining in the fun at Simon Says Stamp Anything Goes Challenge. Gayatri xx

Melissa L. said...

Lovely card, Hannelie. Beautiful design, perfect masking and pretty butterfly. Thanks for playing along at AAA Cards. :)

Jen W. said...

Love your take on Aileen's card, Hannelie, and the way you brought in the colour white keeping the flower black and white. So clever!

Geri said...

A CAS beauty!!! Doesn't surprise me one little bit that you would come up with such a cool idea to leave the leaf image B & W and adding pops of green with the dots! Beautiful butterfly and another perfectly balanced design! You are so awesome!

Berina RGA said...

Beautiful card!! Love the butterfly!!
Moxie Craftie

TK said...

Gorgeous! The bright pop of color on the b&w base is perfect!

Rose said...

Just stamping the dahlia in black is very effective. Lovely!

Unknown said...

So beautifully CAS as always, Hannelie! Love the PB Dahlia :)! Have a wonderful weekend!

Ardyth said...

The intensity of the red and purple is really breathtaking - love your take on our Muse, Hannelie!

Karren said...

Gorgeous card, Hannelie, and a wonderful take on the Muse card. The dahlia flower is beautiful behind that bright butterfly.

EK Gorman said...

I am loving how you used a butterfly to interpret the muse challenge. Beautiful work.