Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Dancing Butterflies

**This post is part of the Lavinia Stamps promotion. Remember to leave a comment to be entered in the giveaway.**
Hello, Kirsten here. I'm still recovering from the horrible migraine I had on Sunday, so many apologies, but I can't face writing a long, detailed post today.
This is a quick card I made last week..........
Lisa & I will be updating the website today with all the available Lavinia Stamps items & I will edit this post this evening with the items I used. Not ideal I know, but it's the best I can do at the moment. Thanks for your patience.

Edited on Tuesday evening:

Evening all, Kirsten here again. Lisa & I got the website up to date this afternoon, so here's a quick rundown of what I used on today's card;

Spring Trees   Moonlight Glow Scene Scapes    Background Papers 1     Weaving Ivy      Flutterby Garden    Glitter Glue - Silver    VersaFine Ink pad - Onyx Black   

 I cut the fairy from the background papers & attached her to the scene scape after I had stamped & embossed the trees with Onyx Black Versafine & clear embossing powder.

Thanks for looking. I'll be back next week with another Lavinia Stamps promotion post. Have a great week & don't forget to use sunscreen!



  1. Sorry if once again I post a commentubu it is bescause I am unable to see what I have already written......this is a beautiful art piece showing the dancing butterflies in the moonlight. I also must add I adore Lavinia Stamps xxx

  2. Firsly sorry to hear you are feeling poorly Kirsten .
    secondly what a gorgeous card. I love the fairy wings especially. I am trying to leave a daily comment rather than leave it to the end. x

  3. Hi, love this card, the fairy has lovely wings, so pretty, hope you feel better soon,xx

  4. I hope you migraine has eased Kirsten - they are rotten things and can floor me for day's.
    A really beautiful card, thank you for sharing it with us Karen x

  5. Beautiful! I have this fairy as a stamp and it's one of my favourites. x


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