Friday, June 13, 2014

Dragonfly Fantasy

This black and white card is created exclusively for  Challenge #17 at Joan's Touch  The challenge this week is to create black and white, create dimension,  and use scallops for the design of the card.  I used Spellbinders S5-180 Borderabilites for my scalloped edges.  These dies are large enough that they work best run through my Craftwell E-Bosser.  The stamps are clearstamps that I picked up years ago off a rack in a store, and long-since have misplaced (if there ever was one) the originator of the fantasy type stampset that includes this dragonfly, a ladybug, a gorgeous butterfly, hummingbird, and detailed fantasy flower with butterfly petals.  Look carefully at the dragonfly and you'll see his wings are created out of peacocks and flowers and his body is a long-tailed exotic fantasy bird.   The "Thinking of You" sentiment is from Large Fancy  Sentiments collection by Just Rite.  This is all stamped in Staz-On ink.  The dragonflies are touched here and there with Glossy 3D Colored pens by Sakura.
Paper, the Spellbinders dies, the Craftwell Ebosser, adhesives, Just Rite stamp set and inks, glitters and pens can be purchased at Joan's Gardens.  If you recognize the stampset, please let me know.  I'd love to credit the designer of this gorgeous collection.

1 comment:

  1. Very pretty Priss. Gorgeous dragonflies. Black and white makes this card really stand out. love it.
    Great job!
    Thanks for joining us at Joan's Touch for this challenge.