I don't like orange...but lately I have been using more of it in my cards. As I write this there is rain pouring down and rumbles of thunder boom in the distance. I had this card face down on my desk. It "bumped" my eyes when I turned it over...maybe singed my retinas just a bit ;)..but compared to all the grayness of the morning it added a cheerful note.
I love love love butterflies so I added them to the inside and outside of the card. I also added a Basic Grey white rub-on (the tape piece above the green butterfly). I had heard that there is a time limit to use rub-ons. This one was at least 6 years old and was very difficult to remove from the backing...so maybe that is true?
Stamps: Papertrey Ink- Year of Flowers Gladiolas and Frame-Out #5, Verve- Words of Wisdom, Hero Arts-Butterflies & Blooms set
Specialty Paper: Daisy D's- Flea Market Floral Curry, Basic Grey-Basic White, BoBunny-Country Garden
Ink/Color: Copic Markers, Archival Jet Black, Memento Tuxedo Black, Art Institute glitter # 179 Ultra Fine Pearlescent Tang, Uniball Signo white pigment ink pen
Embellishment: Basic Grey rub-on Wholly Cow, Crystal Stickers Elements-orange rhinestones
Tools: MFT-Fishtail die, MFT "tape" die, Hero Arts Butterfly & Blooms die, Spellbinders Office Supplies die (notebook paper top)