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Paper and Such “Wings & Things” Challenge

Today we have a new Paper and Such challenge for you!  The new theme is “Wings & Things”.  

As I mentioned before, I just love the Wings and Such stamp set and have just a ton of ideas about projects that I want to make with it.  So when I found out that our new challenge was “Wings & Things”, I had to use pull out this set again.

I tried something a little different for me.  Do you see the misting?  And check it out, hardly any layers.  Even though this card is out of my comfort zone, I just love how it turned out.

 

2012-08-28 PS Wing challenge WM

 

Please stop by the Paper and Such blog and link up your Wings & Things projects.  I can’t wait to see what you make!  This week’s prize is….

 

 

Don’t forget to check out my blog candy!

 

 Cheryl's {belated} birthday blog candy

 

Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great day!

 

Supplies:

  • Stamps:  Wings & Such from Paper and Such
  • Inks:  Close To My Heart Chocolate
  • Papers:  Papertrey Rustic White, Kraft, Dark Chocolate CS, Echo Park This & That Graceful paper pad
  • Tools: Stampin’ Up edge punch, Big Shot, Moroccan Screen embossing folder
  • Embellishments:  Baker’s Twine, Tsukineko Fireworks in Angel Pink & Lady Bug

Challenges:

Comments

1CardCreator said…
Beautiful card Cheryl. I would not have noticed the lack of layers had you not pointed it out. Very clean and simple yet looks like it has a lot of layers.
Desire Fourie said…
Cheryl this is just gorgeous. Lots of eye candy hear to feast the eyes on.
Hugs
Desíre
Doing Life
Digistamps4Joy DT Member
Tammy’s Scrapin Corner DT Member
Beautiful card Cheryl, I like the stamped butterflies the embossing and the twine.
Kevin xx
nwilliams6 said…
This is stunning. I love the softness and the ink sprays over the butterflies. So pretty!
KraftyKoolKat said…
Gorgeous elegant card Cheryl. I love butterflies.

Hugs
Cathy
xxxxxx
Paper Squirrel said…
Came across you via Make It Monday...very pretty card, Cheryl. Love the color scheme and the butterflies.
Annette said…
very pretty...love the misting and the embossed bottom...great butterflies and awesome added twine..I just love it all...hehe
Sandra H said…
This is so beautiful x
Cathymac said…
Love the misting and the CAS design on your beautiful card, Cheryl! I agree...this is such a fun stamp set to work with! I've enjoyed working with you as guest designer this month!
Tracy said…
O love how it turned out too Cheryl. The misting is a beautiful effect. Hugs!
Anita said…
Wow, Cheryl, this is gorgeous. Love that butterfly set and the misting looks so pretty and delicate.
Pia S said…
I would never have guessed that this is out of your comfort zone - definitely out of mine, though. But I think it's great to push one's limits - that's how we develop our card making skills. Anyway , this card turned out beautiful! The mist is a lovely detail.
aqualeiga said…
Hi Cheryl,
your card is beautiful, I love the misting, and if you hadn't said the style was out of your comfort zone I would never have guessed!
Thanks for linking up with us at THE CRAFTY PAD for our TWINE challenge this week, hope you play along again soon.
Hugs, Ali x
Corrinne Quinn said…
Oh, so pretty! Btw, I saw you on MIM - My entries are #125, #129 & #146.

Happiness,
Corrinne

PS - I invite you to play with us at Tuesday Alchemy http://tuesdayalchemy.blogspot.com for our newest challenge!
jimlynn said…
LOVE the misting on here Cheryl! Beautiful images and a truly sensational card! So very lovely.
Lynn
Lisa M said…
Mist away girl! I love that you tried this, the appearance of your card is so classy and fun. The colors are fantastic and the fading of the butterflies is perfect. :)
Super job here Cheryl!

Thank you so much for taking the time to link up your talent and creative ideas with us at Make It Monday!
Happy Crafting...
Lisa xx
Riet said…
What a beautiful card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Mian said…
Absolutely gorgeous card! Love what you did with the misting, so striking. Well done!

Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with us at Craft Your Passion this week.
Best of luck and we'd love to have you visit again!

Mian
Craft Your Passion
August Guest Design Team Member
http://mianspysselhorna.blogspot.com
Jennifer said…
Wonderful butterflies-lifting my spirits!
Tammy said…
This is gorgeous Cheryl! I love that misting!!
Hugs, Tammy
Beautiful misting my friend!! You are really rocking this set!!
Wedgie said…
Gorgeous card! Love the colours, its so pretty. Wedgie xxx
So beautiful Cheryl! I love the misting and the embossed paper. Sarah x

Spotted it on MIM too.
Marianne said…
I'm finding it so inpirational to be able to see other people's work and to be challenged to try new things (and buy new supplies LOL). I just love how your card turned out, Cheryl. Love the misting (haven't tried that myself) and the CAS design, and that embossed PP border is so effective!
Karen B. said…
Simply beautiful!
Andrea said…
Wonderful card! I love the embossed patterned paper and of course the butterflies. Thanks for stopping by my blog. MIM is a great place to link creativity.
Eileen Ng said…
Hi Cheryl,

Thanks for stopping into my blog today! I have entered your blog candy giveaway--many thanks for the opportunity! :) Your card looks fabulous and I cannot picture that it is too far out of your comfort zone because you executed it beautifully!
Kim said…
Your card is gorgeous! i love the embossing and your misting background is beautiful!
snailzpace said…
beautiful; i love the splattering! thank you so much for playing along again with us at penny black and more this month for our whiskers and/or wings theme.
linda
Thrifty Finn said…
I love the embossing folder you used. The card is very beautiful. Thanks for joining Craft Your Passion this week!
Chris said…
Beautiful card I love the design and colours. Thank you for joining us at LEJ Designs and good luck. Chris xx
Audrey Pettit said…
Every once in awhile, it's really fun to try new things, isn't it? Really love how the misting and stamping came out here. It's got a great old timey look that I just love. The embossed panel and bits of scalloped edging add elegance to the design. A perfect shabby chic creation! Love it!
Bonnie Irvine said…
This card is so striking. The colours are so rich and provide wonderful contrast. Beautiful butterflies! The twine and misting are wonderful details. Thanks for joining us this week for our embossing challenge at Craft Your Passion. I hope we see you again soon.
crafty-stamper said…
Brilliant card for "out of comfort zone"I would never have guessed love the use of inks and love the image-thanks for joining us at LEJ designs this week
carol DT x
Samantha said…
Omg! This is just so fabulous I love EVERYthing about it so different and so inspiring!!! Will have to case this one Cheryl!!!! Off to check out your candy too yay! Happy Wednesday hugs me xx
Such a pretty card, a very clean and simple look. The misting is beautifully done. Thank you for joining in the challenge at Card Makin Mamas.
Lisa
Thanks for your comments in my lbog Cheryl. Love your amazing butterflies,and the the embossing,,,,I am sending you my latest Vintage British Playing Cards for free...SHHHHH
whoistracy said…
Totally cute!! I am not brave enough to really try the misting. I have in subtle colors, but in bold ones I'm afraid to really embrace the effects. But I always love it when others do!
cotnob said…
This is a stunning card Cheryl, it might be out of your comfort zone but is is gorgeous.
Thank you for joining us at The Crafty Pad this week.
Pauline
x
Michelle J M said…
Hi Cheryl, thanks for popping in to visit via MIM. So glad you did! Your card is stunning, beautiful colours and stamp. Really like the misting. Michelle x
What a great card Cheryl! Love the butterflies and this elegant design :)
Donna Mosley said…
A beautiful card Cheryl, the design and butterflies are gorgeous.

Donna x
HeatherLynn said…
Oh my goodness! Cheryl, your card is STUNNING! Wow!
Gorgeous card Cheryl!! Love those butterflies and the pretty colors. Saw this on MIM after you visited my blog. Thanks for leaving me such a wonderful compliment. Have a fantastic weekend!! Hugs, Gloria

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Chana said…
Beautiful Card! The composition is just wonderful! Thanks for playing along with us at Crafter's Cafe Challenge Blog!
Hugz,
Chana
Jenny said…
Wow!! I saw you on MIM and came to have a peek. Would love for you to come enter my stamp giveaway.
butterfly said…
Really beautiful... I love the neutral butterflies, and then that gorgeous spritz of red - lovely!
Alison x
Chris said…
Wow! My kind of card - I love the layout, colors and everything about it. I'll probably be casing you!! :)

Thanks for joining my Anything Goes Amusing Challenges this week - I'm so glad you joined in on the fun!
Dawn said…
Such a pretty card! I love your use of twine! Thanks for sharing your lovely creation with us at The Crafty Pad this week for our Twine Challenge!
Good Luck
Hugs
Dawn xx
Julia said…
I saw your beautiful creation on Make It Monday and had to visit and take a closer look. Gorgeous! TFS!
My entries are: #159, #162, #212 and #214.
I would love to have you visit my blog!
Hugs,
Julia
Rica said…
A stunning creation Cheryl, a fabulous design, I love your colours and that great details. Your inking is wonderful and beautiful butterflies.

hugs
Heather xx
Thanks so much for joining us with <a href="http://everybody-art-challenge.blogspot.de/Everybody Art Challenge</a>.
Julia said…
Lovely creation!
Thanks for joining us at The Crafter's Cafe Challenge Blog.
Hugs,
Julia
Katie Skilton said…
Such a pretty card, thank you for playing along in the Eureka Challenge - Katie - DT Member
Karin said…
How amazing is this?! Love the soft look and the way you stamped the butterflies!
debbi taylor said…
what a beautiful card!
thank you for joining in the challenge at LEJ Designs this week
hugs
Debbi
Barb said…
I really like this card!! Love the misting. Thanks for joining the Eureka Challenge!! Barb, DT member
Bev Cole said…
The misting looks amazing with the "winged things"...I need to try misting...thanks for joining us at LEJ Designs this week!

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