Sunday, June 24, 2012

Die-Versions Dies & CAS Challenge.

Oh my word I love this die. It is from a newer company called Die-Version click on the name to check them out. This is the laciest butterfly from a die that I have ever seen. It is so delicate. 

The sentiment is from Our Daily Bread Designs. I think we all need some grace. I used a Spellbinder die. I embossed it into the front of the card. Then used the squeezed lemonade distressed ink inside of it.

I distressed very carefully around the wings with the same color and then I glued it down only in the center and added some bling that I picked up at Hobby Lobby yesterday. My sweet hubby took me there because he figured I would enjoy it. I haven’t been there since Oct 30 of last year, at its grand opening. 

I hope you enjoyed your visit today. I am entering this into the Outlawz CAS challenge for their 2000 member party. It is a summer theme or whatever season your in right now. I am in the summer if you go by the calendar but I don’t think the state knows that. It has been record cold and rains. I love Washington but I’m ready for some sun. Thats where the grace comes in with this card. There are a lot of grumpy people right now.

Thank you for taking time to stop by and I would love to hear what you think of my creation. God bless your day.


Stephanie said...

Teresa.....Your card is just gorgeous! I'm sorry you are having a crappy summer, weather-wise. I hope you get a dry, heat wave, soon!!! Thanks for joining us at the Outlawz for our celebration!

Mommamea's favorite things said...

Thank you, Stephanie. It has been nice the last 2 days. Hopefully it will stick around. Just need some sun or everything is going to rot.

Carla S. said...

Beautiful card, Teresa! I love the big butterfly and the wonderful sentiment! Thanks for joining in on The Outlawz Party!

Mommamea's favorite things said...

Thank you Carla.

Teresa Arsenault said...

That butterfly is amazing. I love how you finished it off with rhinestones, and I love that verse.
Blessing hugs,
Teresa Arsenault, TODT