Friday, May 11, 2012

The Girl and the Butterfly.

There's a challenge at Flourishes called Home Sweet Home. We just have to take a photo of something in our home and make a card which is inspired by it. My 10 years old daughter made a big butterfly about 2 years ago and I took a picture about her holding it. I made a card using the Antique Lace stamp of Flourishes for the background. It was put on the biggest of the Spellbinders Romantic Rectangles dies. Then I also cut one of the Floral Ovals die and I stamped the cute little girl from the Kids At Play stamp set of Flourishes. I also made a vellum butterfly with the Sizzix Butterfly #2. A gorgeous May Arts white silk ribbon was also put with a little butterfly as a decoration. My daughter chose the color of the blue background!


  1. Hi Anne-Elise,
    BEAUTIFUL cards! your work is very nice!
    I will be happy to follow your blog and see MORE of what you do best!

    Hugs from Germany,

  2. Thank you Gaby! Welcome to my blog! Very happy to have you as a follower!

  3. Gorgeous! I love your pink and gray color scheme--and how frilly and feminine this card is. :)

  4. The picture, the card and your daughter are all beautiful! Just stunning! I see where your daughter gets her talent.

  5. How pretty! I love that you captured your daughter with her creation and how symbolic your card is of that! The silhouette of the girl is very nostalgic and I love all the soft colors and lace!

  6. Anne Elise your blog is fantastic and full of beautiful cards and so I am following Hugs Elaine


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