Wednesday, June 14, 2017

More Napkin fun

I used the other half of the napkin from THIS post, and made another card.

 For this card, I used the entire background. After removing/separating the backing layers from the napkin, I adhered it to a piece of cardstock that was run thru the Xyron. I fussy cut the butterflies and the flowers on the 2nd panel and popped them up on dimensionals. I added some shimmer with a Shimmery pen. The sentiment is from Art Neko/About Art Accents.
 I finished off the card, as you can see, by rounding the corners on the top two layers and adding sequins.

Inspiration Destination- AG
Mod Squad Challenge- Square card
{Pin}spirational- Inspiration photo

Thanks for stopping by!


kiwimeskreations said...

this is gorgeous Shelly - love the soft colours and with the shimmer it must look amazing IRL

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Very pretty, Shelly!

Donna said...

Shelly, this is so gorgeous! And lots of work fussy cutting all those flowers and butterflies. I applaud your perserverance! But it made a spectacular card! Love it. Have a wonderful day.

Carol W said...

AWESOME card. I have been going to try this technique. Now I really need to!

Lynn McAuley said...

How absolutely gorgeous with your branch of popped up cherry blossoms and butterflies, Shelly! Remarkable design!!

Barbara said...

The soft and very special look that you got from using the napkin on your card. This is fabulous and I love it. Thanks for joining us at the Modsquad this week. Hope to see you again.
Barbara, Challenge host

Lisa Lynn said...

Shelly, this is another amazing napkin creation. You are just so creative. Love the 3D effect. said...

Shelly I just love your napkin creations! Another wonderful looking card!

Deanne Saunders said...

Beautiful card!!! Thanks so much for participating in our {PIN}SPIRATIONAL challenge. Hope you participate in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!!
Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper

Tammy said...

This is gorgeous, I love how you used a napkin and the cherry blossoms are beautiful!
Tammy x