I have a couple of cards today featuring Chocolate Baroque's gorgeous new Honeysuckle Butterfly. They also released another set Thistle Butterfly, both are available individually or as a multi-buy.
This first card was a bit of an experiment. I worked on it in a few stages, partly because I've been very busy and partly to let it dry between layers. These are fantasy as I've never seen Honeysuckle this colour :)
I started by stamping the flower & butterfly image from Honeysuckle Butterfly with black Archival ink on mixed media paper and then dry embossed with the swirls. Sorry but the embossing folder doesn't say which company it's from. I used coral chalk ink to darken the embossing.
Next I sprayed with Purple and Midnight Dylusions inks. After drying I painted here & there with white Gesso and finally I painted with Silks Acrylics over top.
I coloured the main image with Prisma pencils. I stamped the image a second time on separate card stock, coloured and 'fussy cut' the butterflies. I embossed them on the back with a stylus for dimension, added stickles and popped them up on the background. I also added lots of clear rhinestones on the background as you can see.
Next I have similar colours again using Dylusions inks but I did not add acyclic paints.
I stamped the daisy image from Honeysuckle Butterfly. I coloured it with Prisma Pencils. The background is Midnight and White Dylusions inks. I stamped the thistle (which I coloured with Prisma pencils) and flourish from the same set in the the background. I stamped, coloured and 'fussy cut' two butterflies from the set to pop up onto the card. Die set used: Spellbinder Opulent Ovals.
And here is a look at the two new sets.
I hope you've enjoyed seeing more butterflies, I love these beautiful stamp sets, Chocolate Baroque's designer is very talented :)
This is a scheduled post, I'm on a 'blog break'.
Have a great day