Monday, 7 October 2013

Violets and some Pink Candy

Morning Everyone,

The theme that us girlies are following at LLC this week is "Roses are Red and Violets are Blue".  So out of this phrase I have chosen to go with Violets.  This is a comissioned card with a directive of purples and butterflies, think I have achieved it lol, but the chap who ordered it is delighted, so I'm happy.

The Papers are by PionDesign, Alma's Sewing Room collection.


The image is coloured with copics and I have added aged wine frantage around the edges and also on the butterflies.


I added lace and cream organza roses and added a Melissa Frances resin corner to the bottom left of the image.

I added a wild orchid crafts 15mm rose to each of the centres of the frantaged butterflies. 

Here's a close up of the flowers on the right hand side.


Before I go, Sandy has some awesome and I mean awesome Pink Candy up for grabs, just click on the picture for all the deets.



Hugs Tracy x
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9 comments:

julieprice3 said...

I do love those butterflies, stunning creation
Hugs Julie P

Boxofcolours said...

Hello there, what an elegant card my friend!
Hugs
Jane

Suman Pandit said...

Awesome creation, Tracy!!
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Bee said...

absolutely beautiful - where did the stamp of the lady with the bichon come from please.

cuilliesocks said...

How gorgeous is this!!, Tracy this card has the WOW factor and I can see why the guy was delighted with it.

gorgeous image and all your decorations are wonderful, loving the frantage framing the image and that lovely fan, hugs Kate x

Miriam Blada said...

Ach... sliczna

Anneke said...

very beautiful card with so many pretty embellishments.
i love it !
greetings from Ann

Kjersti said...

A fanastic card Tracy, love all the gorgeous details!
Have a nice evening!
Hugs Kjersti:)

Sandra Mathis said...

I think this has to be one of the most elegant cards I've seen from you, Tracy. It definitely is the card with the most dramatic effect. Truly stunningly put together with the splashes of purple here and there in all that white. Hugz, Sandy