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Wednesday, 1 June 2011

St Lukes Charity Card Challenge June...Come Fly With Me...

Helloooo it`s the 1st of June and that can only mean one thing....a brand new challenge at St Lukes Charity Card Challenge

This month we are asking you to make a card with the theme of flying...any style but include something that flies...Birds, Butterflies, Fairy, Angel, Plane, Hotair Balloon or even Pegasus!

Here is my make,

I have small confession to make. Because this is for such a worthy cause and because I`m on the DT, I wanred to make something a bit different. I wracked my brains but couldn`t come up with any inspiration at all and was getting a bit worried that I wouldn`t have anything to show. As late as yesterday morning I still hadn`t produced a card. While blog hopping during my morning coffee I logged onto Becca Feekans blog where she was showcasing THIS card and I just knew I had to case it.
Now mine is nowhere near as beautifully engineered as hers is, that girl must have a secret degree in engineering in my opinion as she can do the perfect mitred corners. But having said that, the end result is quite pleasing.

The base card is burgundy .
I used a Martha Stewart Trellis border punch and really used guess work for the sizing.
The butterfly is Elusive Images stamped onto dark red Vellum using clear ink and red EP.
The circle is cut out with a nestie. I`ve added some flat backed pearls the the body and also the 4 corners.

Don`t forget to join in with us at St Lukes . You`ve a whole month to get your entries in so there`s no pressure. Please visit the other DT members too and check out their awesome creations

14 comments:

  1. Thanks Lynne - great card - the trellis work is brilliantly done - must give it a try :-D
    Tara x

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  2. A stunning card Lynne the butterfly really stands out.

    Anne

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  3. Hi Lynne

    Your card is gorgeous.

    I love the trellis frame and that beautiful butterfly.

    Stunning!!

    Love Jules xx

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  4. Oh My Lynne, you've totally aced this.
    I love Becca's cards. I oohh and ahhh, and sigh over them regularly. There is just no one like her when it comes to executing a design.
    Hope you're doing well.
    Cyber hugs,
    Erica

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  5. Lynne - fabulous!! I think the frame is amazing (you're not so bad on doing mitred corners!) and the red vellum butterfly is just amazing! Great card.

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  6. Charming as ever - and I love the vellum butrerfly! Vx

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  7. Soooo pretty! Such a lovely card.

    I shall make one for the St Lukes challenge shortly.

    Hugs, Sandra

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  8. How stunning is that butterfly in the middle of that lattice work... very pretty. And what a kind lady you are...

    xxx Monica

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  9. Lynne, we all are here to love you and support you.

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  10. This is just stunning sweetie, hugs pops x

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  11. The end result is stunning Lynne and every bit as beautiful as Becca's and I'm not just saying that either! xxxx

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  12. Hi Lynne

    I didn't cry at the end of Toy Story 3 but I did get a very big lump in my throat that stayed there for ages!! LOL!!

    Love Jules xx

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  13. Oh my gosh such a pretty card. I have this border punch and have never used it the way you have, awesome!

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  14. This is GORGEOUS! I love the lacy frame and that beautiful red butterfly! I enjoyed your comments about engineering! I'm kind of a guess and by gosh person myself!

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