I used a technique called frosted window - a tutorial by Splitcoaststampers - by stamping the butterfly on the card, and also onto vellum; then colouring the card and the back of the vellum with Reno pens.
Because it called for a foam tape layer I decided to go the whole hog and turn it into a shaker card as well, though the frosting of the vellum gives the sequins and stars a gentler, more subtle sparkle.
The oval frame is diecut from glitter card and it really sparkles but I can't get it to show up in a photo.
Stamp: Hampton Art, coloured with Reno Pens
Wish die: Sizzix
2 oval dies: Spellbinder
Various sequins and stars
Shared on challenges:
A beautiful Butterfly creation Caro, many thanks for joining us at Penny Black and More challenge.
This is such a lovely card Carol..beautiful design and love your wish die..
Thank you so much for sharing with us at the Southern Girls challenge..
This is super lovely! Thank you for joining us at Sweet Stampin' this week. Sammy-x
What a beautiful card Carol - love the soft, frosted look
Love your card Carol!Delicate colours and the extra sparkle
Hi again Carol, just popped back to thank you for linking up your lovely Butterfly card at Stamping Sensations.
So beautiful! I love the butterfly on the vellum and the frosted look of the shaker card. Great job!
Have a wonderful day!
A very pretty card, love the frosted look and the beautiful butterfly
Thanks for joining us at Stamping Sensations this month
Gorgeous card and technique!
Thank you for sharing at Penny Black and more;-))m
Fabulous card! Love your frosted window shaker. THIS BUTTERFLY IS GORGEOUS: Thank you for sharing your wonderful card with us at Stamping Sensation.
What a beautiful card so elegant love the soft look the vellum adds to your chaser. Thanks for joining us at Southern Girls Challenge.
Carol, there's a happy wee surprise for you over on the Southern Girls Blog. Make sure you track down the Winner's Post for the Sparkle Challenge. Hugs, Wends x SGC DT
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