Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Play Date Butterfly

**This is my second post for the day.  For my CASology post please scroll down or 

I'm back with my second Play Date Cafe card and yee haw - I used some mist!!  LOL!  I have quite a number of mists cluttering my shelves but I think I've only used them once that I can remember.  I decided to get crazy and try one out today!  :D  I also used my Corner Chomper for the first time.  It was actually a mistaken purchase.  I had wanted the regular corner rounder but when I got home I realised it was a decorative corner punch.  Doh! Tough to make a return when the store is a four hour plane ride away...  Now I'm glad I have it though because I think it's perfect for this card. The Pink Paislee stamp is seeing ink for the first time which is cool.  When I won this collection I worried I'd never use it as it's far more shabby than my usual style so I'm please to have made this stamp work for me.

Supplies Used:
Cardstock:  (Peach Parfait, Basic Black) Stampin' Up
Stamp:  (Butterfly Garden collection) Pink Paislee
Ink:  (VersaFine Onyx Black) Tsukineko
Punch:  (Corner Chomper) We R Memory Keepers
Mist:  (Water Cooler) Studio Calico
Glitter:  (Icicle Stickles) Ranger


Lindsey said...

You definitely made that stamp work for you, Jen. Gorgeous! And yay for using your mists! I need to use mine more, too.

Tenia Nelson said...

So so pretty!! :)

Lynn said...

I love the spray mist...it looks so cool. And I did the exact same thing with the corner rounder the first time too...ugh!

Deepti said...

The spray mist looks awesome, love the card :)

anya said...

Oh I love this! What a fabulous card - so CAS! Love your decorative corner! ;) So glad you could join us for this week's Play Date Cafe Challenge!

lostinpaper said...

Once you start misting you can't stop lol. Another wonderful design Jen!

Jessi Fogan said...

Way to make use of that corner punch! Perfect here - it will make lovely mats. And that butterfly...swooooon. Love the bitty bit of script, and mist? Way to go! Now you'll be doing it all the time (just learn from my mistake...always put down more protective paper than you think you need...or get a tie-dye carpet to hide it, lol)

Kelly Griglione said...

You're so right, the decorative edge does work well here! Maybe because of the splatters? I dunno, but you sure did : )

Lisa Arana said...

that orange butterfly with the mint mist is amazingly beautiful!