Sunday, 6 December 2015


Today's card uses a piece from my blue masterboard. I have trimmed it to fit a white card, just leaving a litle margin. Istamped the 2 IndigoBlu images with Brilliance graphite black and embossed with clear EP. I stamped the butterfly again on a scrap of acetate and layered it over the original. The white accents are from my Sharpie pen.
Paper Artsy - masterboards
IndigoBlu - Winter blue
Pixies Playground - snippets


brenda said...

Stunning blends of colour Glennis and the Butterfly really tops it off beautifully.

B x

Di said...

Really gorgeous card Glennis - it has such a mystical and magical look to it. I'm sure there must be little elves hiding in those grasses :)


Di xx

cotnob said...

You have made a fabulous card with your masterboard Glennis, a beautiful butterfly.

aussie aNNie said...

Stunning love know I had so much trouble through blogger to get into your blog and Pauline's [above] today...a real pain.xx{ aNNie}

scrappymo! said...

Beautifu background a very pretty card.

Kay Molyneux said...

Lovely card, great background. Thank you for entering the IndigoBlu Challenge. Kay x

Wenda said...

Great card, thanks for joining us at the IndigoBlu challenge.

Hugs Wenda

Suchi said...

STUNNING card Glennis...the background looks so artsy ! :)
Suchi xx

SARN said...

Oh my goodness I LOVE this inky wonderous card. Will definitely have to have a go at a masterboard. Thanks for the inspiration.

Hugs, Sarn xxx

Gio said...

Hello Glennis! Hope you remember me :-) Your card is really gorgeous, thank you for joining us at the IndigoBlu challenge :-)

rachel said...

looks gorgeous and great that you used a piece of a masterboard to make this - brilliant! Thanks for joining the Indigo Blu challenge and good luck - hugs Rachel x

Lydia Boode said...

Beuatiful card.
Thank you for joining our challenge at IndigoBlu.

Hugs Lydia

Nikki Killinger said...

Very pretty card, thank you for joining us at Indigoblu this month. Nikki K. xx

Karen D. said...

love it!!