Wednesday, June 3, 2009

It's a Flutterby Shape Today!

Happy Flutterby Wednesday!!

I hope today finds you well and that your week is going smoothly. Our challenge this week at Flutterby Wednesday is actually a free week!! Yay!! The only things that you have to do to make your card a Flutterby Wednesday challenge card is to use a butterfly or a fairy image on your creation. Just remember, it has to have a butterfly or fairy to qualify.This is really a great week to participate!!

Our Featured Stamper this week is Chris. She is super talented so be sure that you stop by her blog and leave her some luv!! Our Guest Designer is the uber talented, super sweet Cindy Haffner!!! YAY!! Once you visit her blog, you'll know what I'm talking about. Her creations are so wonderful and her blog is so full of inspiration! A true talent, that's for sure! Welcome to our little Flutterby family Cindy!!

Now onto my card. I made this card using a template that I found on one of the magazine websites but I was so smart, I cut it out and didn't put the magazine name on the template, so I'm not sure which one it came from. I'm pretty sure it was Papercrafts. I will see if I can find it again and I will post it as an edit later on. Sorry! I just thought it was cute!

I used the DCWV Spring Stack for my card. I used my nesties to cut a little label for my sentiment. I chalked the label so that it would not show so brightly. I added stickles on the butterfly front of the card and dew drops as well. I drew little antennae's on the inside of my card for her head. I think it turned out really cute. I used an Inkadinkado stamp for my sentiment. I used my Scor-Pal to score the fold. I hope you like it.

This was a really great challenge. We'd love to see you play along this week! Just make your project using a butterfly or fairy. Remember, it must include a butterfly or fairy. If you post to SCS or PCP be sure to use the keyword FBW so that we can find your beautiful creations.

Be sure to visit Danni's blog to see any other details. Be sure to check my sidebar and visit the other Flutterby divas to see their wonderful creations.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I love reading your comments, they mean so much to me and so do you!! Those of you who follow my blog hold a very special place in my heart and I thank you so much! Be sure to come back this afternoon or tomorrow to see what I have to show you!! Have a wonderful day!


Tina said...

Holy cow, that's wonderful!

Nancy said...

Stunning, Cathy!! I love this card!! You did such a fabulous job this week!!! Wowzers!!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Oh Cathy! This is such a fun and creative card!! I love how you created the butterfly shape. The Dp is beautiful! Thanks for the compliment!!

Have a great day!!

Ann Kranitz said...

Cathy, This is A-Maze-ing!!! LOVE IT!

Kimmie0270 said...

Wow! How neat is that!

Michelle said...

Cathy - what a great card!! I hope you find the template cause this would be a fun card to make!! So pretty!

Harriet said...

OMG Cathy that is the coolest shaped card!! I hope you find where you got the template as I'd love to try this! Thanks for sharing!

Heather said...

Hey Cathy this was a Brillian idea I love what you did with this card and I love that flutter by front and opening!!! Brilliant way to use the two sided paper that way too!!!

You did an awesome job this week!!!


Lelia said...

Now that's a cool concept! Why didn't I think of that? Great job, Cathy! LOVE it!


Christine said...

This is wonderful, so creative and elegant. Great job!!!


Nicola said...

Wowee Cathy this is gorgeous sweetie. I adore how you have used the double sided papers to show this stunning butterfly at "her" best. I do hope you know you are gonna have to share this fab template with all the flutterby´s?
Nicola -x-

inlovestamping said...

Oh, I love this card...such a creative idea!

Jodi said...

Love your butterfly shaped card!! Very cute and crafty. So sweet!
Jodi =)

Danni said...

What a clever idea!! Wonderful card!

Brandi said...

This is so completely gorgeous! Love it Cathy!