Hello again, I really have been here a lot lately, but when the mojo’s going who am I to fight it! Okay, so I have a confession. Hands up if you have ever done anything this stupid, I gave away the card before I took the photo! So, this is actually the second version, hurridly put together so I could join the challenges. You should have seen the look on my face whilst scrolling through my digital photos… I had already written the post and made the inlinkz, and I thought I had taken the photo!
I made this for my boss who recently had surgery, I was hoping to cheer her up a little. I know that October Afternoon papers cheer me up… well there is a theory there somewhere…
Also, I am pleased to be able to play with one of my fave challenges CASE Study where the Muse this month is Jen Rzasa, whoa there is some major talent there! I have also decided to join The Punches Challenge in the Moxie Fab World, hello Martha Stewart’s All Over the Page gorgeous Butterfly Punch!!
Other Supplies: Copics – BG10. Studio G Ditto Stamps – Lots of Hugs.
30 thoughts on “Lots of Hugs”
This is beautiful! Great pattern selections!
This is absolutely gorgeous… yes I’ve done that very thing LOL!
wow, what a goregeous card… I am so looking forward to working with you on the scrapbook boutique DT xx
So pretty Therese! I love the texture, the butterflies, the sentiment, the paper – everything!!!
Oh, this IS gorgeous – and I definitely had to laugh at having given it away without photographing it. I’ve done that more than once! The papers are gorgeous and I love the texture 🙂 And on top of that, love seeing you often! Hurray for lots of creativity 🙂
Such a beautiful card, with beautiful papers! and I’m sure it looked exactly like the first one LOL! and look on the bright side, now you have another card for your stash …. cheers Ange
Seriously pretty, sweet and super in it CAS design!
Thanks for joining us on CASE Study this week 🙂
Oh Wow Wow Wow. Those butterflies pack a punch. So beautiful Therese. I love this. May have to case this idea. Love it.
Oh my. I love this card Therese. Wow…the embossing, the butterflies, the patterned papers. Yeah…perfect!
Oh goodness Therese! LOVE this card, it’s fantastic!
Just gorgeous. I love this negative die cut technique, and the papers you’ve used are fabulous!
Ohh how pretty Therese! Those papers would cheer up anyone! Love the embossed background as well.
(hand up and waving all around!) That sounds like me! This card is gorgeous…love the paper behind effect!
Very cute, love the pp you chose.
This is so pretty! love those papers! thanks for joining us at CASE Study this week!
I’ve done that before too! Given the card away before taking a picture I mean 🙂
This is so fantastic! You have used the perfect papers for those butterflies and I love the texture!
Well, this is a WOW card for sure! You have been churning out so many cards lately I can’t keep up with your posts! LOL Great fun seeing so many wonderful cards!
This is gorgeous, love how that texture panel looks with the die cut butterflies revealing the pattern paper behind it, is stunning!
I love everything about this card! Congrats on making the CASE top 3!
oooo and ahhhh! love this with the woodgrain in white. love the sentiment and the pop of color with those papers behind the butterflies! sweet!
This is absolutely stunning!
This is so GORGEOUS Therese – I know it would cheer me up LOL!!! Congrats on making Top 3 🙂
wow, this is SO beautiful1 I love love the embossed background and colors! Congrats on the shout out in CASE Study!
Absolutely beautiful card! Congrats on being Top 3!
Just gorgeous! and I see you won top 3, or 6 in this case, so well deserved it’s a really pretty card 🙂
TOOOOOO cute! LOOOOOVE those papers you used and that white space! BEAUTIFULLY done:)
I love this card! A beauty like this would certainly cheer me up if I was feeling down. I feel a CASE coming on myself, right now.
What inspiration you gave me. I replicated your card with my Cricut Card Room. I also have that Cuttlebug folder, so it came out very similar to yours. Thanks for sharing.
Love the butterfly cut-outs. Question, how did you get the colors on the inside of the card? or is it just one sheet of multiple color/design inside? can you post a pic of card opened to see the inside of the card?
Hi Debbie, Thanks for your lovely comment, the butterflies are die-cut out of a panel which I then embossed. I have cut pieces of design paper and adhered these on the front of a topfold card and then popped up the butterfly panel so that the papers show through the die cuts. The inside of the card is white. Hope this explains what I mean, I no longer have this card to photograph. Have a great day, Therese