Tuesday, 19 January 2016

A shabby Tim Holtz butterfly card.

Hi, Todays post is about butterflies, Tim Holtz of course.
The first photo shows the wire antenna  i made for each dragonfly and butterfly.

Made the background from DI and the stamps.

Used a dictionary for B and the description of a butterfly. 

Ingredients are;
Stampers Anonymous Classics.(new to me)
Doily, Jute.
chunky glitter.
Spellbinders Lace ballet pink trim - from Hope and Chances.
Distress Inks-  Vintage photo, Weathered Wood, Rusty Hinge, Peeled paint, Scattered straw.
Dictionary page B for butterfly.
Natural fibres
Gold wire for antenna for butterflies.
Stickles- star dust.
Would like to enter these challenges;
Thank you for visiting.xx


  1. OMGoodness. This is an unbelievable first entry for the Craft Barn challenge. I was so impressed by all the layers and layers and layers. I was also impressed by your stamping abilities, something I'm simply not good at. This was definitely a genuine work of art.

  2. Your butterflies are a masterpiece. They look so perfectly right on the distressed background and old lace. Absolutely gorgeous colouring . Thankyou for getting so inky and fluttering by my challenge. Hugs Mrs A.

  3. A beautiful page for the dictionary challenge.

  4. This is so beautiful, I love the butterflies. Thank you for joining us at the Ribbon Girl, good luck and I hope you will join us again.
    Gina xx

  5. Beautiful butterflies and a great first page!

  6. Fabulous butterflies. I am loving at focal image map butterfly, great card.

  7. I love all the layers and details. Thank you for playing with us at the CraftStamper magazine challenge :-)

  8. Fabulous, just love all the layers and the butterflies are gorgeous

  9. Wow that's lovely. Lots of detail to catch the eye xx

  10. WOW love this, it beautiful. Thank you for joining in this months challenge at The Artistic Stamper.

  11. That's beautiful, I love the butterflies, thanks for joing us at the Craft Stamper Challenge, Elizabeth x

  12. A beautiful start on the Alpha/Dictionary journey. Your page has so much detail and texture.