Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Jagged Edge.

Time for another new challenge over on The Butterfly blog.

So a jagged edge showing  somewhere on your card. Here is my inspiration for you.  I have chosen to use a Die-namics Fresh cut Grass die to make my jagged edge and I'm back to using my beloved acetate for the card front.

I really should have taken a picture of the back of the card to show that it is actually one sheet of green cardstock folded in half with the die cut along the top edge on the back  and then turned upside down on the bottom of the front . Hang on a mo. I'll go and make another one up.  Get yourself a coffee I won't be long!
Ok. This is actually a smaller model as I only had a snippet of the green card left. It will also serve as a reminder to myself of how I made it  for future use.

Now your probably thinking why not just cut a piece of green card ,a piece of acetate and join them together then put the die cut along the front edge.  Yes you could but it wouldn't look neat and I wanted the acetate completely enclosed inside the green cardstock and all the ds tape hidden (which it is).

The inside is a panel of watercolour card cut to fit and I have used 3 different stamp sets. First I used an 'IndigoBlu' flower border which I placed in my misti and then coloured up the flowers separately using my Marvy LePlume II water colour pens straight to the stamp. The butterflies are by 'Marianne Design' from CS0927 stamp set and the sentiment  was part of a Fairy Dust Stencil and stamp set that came free in a magazine. 

  The inside of the card when open with not a singe piece of ds tape insight and I used loads of it.!
Entering into the following challenges:
Crafting with Friends #48 Anything goes.
Jo's Scrapshack #198 Anything goes.
Pixie's Crafty Workshop #291/292 (finally manage to use a snippet of acetate Yay!)
Country View Challenges # Things with wings.
Creative Ladybirds #28 Anything goes.
Emerald City Crafts #1 Anything goes.
Love To Craft #12 Anything goes.
Create and Inspire #64 Anything goes.
Crafts Galore # Anything goes.
One Crazy Stamper # Anything goes.
Stamping Sensations # Anything with flowers.


Sue's Crafty Corner said...

A gorgeous card Valery, I love the use of the acetate and the lovely little scene you've made behind it.

Sue xx

Craftychris said...

Beautiful card and so pretty! It's cool to know how you made it, thank you! Hugs xxx

Aquarius said...

Such a pretty card and very clever too

Jenny L said...

Hi Mrs A,
sorry I didn't make the deadline for the last challenge will try harder this time around.
That blooming time theif has been around again, and stealing my time.
Love your wonderful jagged edged card, and what wonderful inspiration too.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Sandra H said...

Whant a fab challenge l do like to see jaggered edges and your card is amazing love all that you have done to it xx

Valerija said...

What a beautiful card! I love it!
Valerija xx

Di said...

Really lovely Mrs A! Such a pretty scene - I love it! I owe you an email - life is a bit busy right now :)


Di xx

cuilliesocks said...

Absolutely gorgeous Valery, beautifully designed and your colours are fabulous, love the acetate front, Kate x

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Mrs A this is a stunning card it is just so pretty. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Mrs.B said...

Hi Mrs A. A great card and a good design so as not to show the ds tape, thanks for the extra photo.
Avril xx

Kathleen said...

Brilliant design and lovely delicate colours for the images, super card.

Kath x

brenda said...

A really delightful summer meadow scene Valery and so effective with the vellum, many thanks for joining in with our Stamping Sensations Floral theme this month.

B x

pinky said...

What a lovely scene you have created Valery, loving the pretty colours and card shape. Thanks for sharing with us at Stamping Sensations.

Bonnie said...

The grass works great for a jagged edge! Love this garden scene!

Karen Knott said...

Gorgeous card, love the acetate front and the stamped scene is so pretty :)
Hugs Kaz xx

Loose Stitches said...

Fabulous card Mrs A., love all the beautiful detail!
Hugs, Sherry x
Loose Stitches and Unraveled Threads

Granmargaret said...

Lovely work. Thank you for joining the challenge at Fun Day Friday, Hope to see you again next time.

Nana Connie said...

This is wonderful, Mrs. A! Love the springtime feel to it. It's really wonderful to see you playing in our challenge at Emerald City Crafts. Good luck in the draw.
NanaConnie DT

scrAPpamondo said...

Such clever design!! Love the grass on the acetate, really a brilliant idea and the stamped inside looks great!

Jane said...

Hi Valery what a clever card..acetate is so tricky to work with. The grass is brilliant. Great job and perfect for my things with wings challenge I'm hosting over at Country View. Thanks so much for joining us xx

Barb said...

What a pretty scene you've created and a very clever idea for the jagged edge. The grass on acetate is a super idea. Barbxx

(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

How fun. Love the clear front and the scene you have created. Thanks for playing along with us this week at Jo's Fun Friday. AJ DT JSS

Sue said...

A pretty scene. Thank you for joining us at One Crazy Stamper this month.

Claudia Rogier said...

Stunning card and great />Thanks for joining us at Crafting With Friends

DT Crafting With Friends

Sally H said...

A stunning floral creation! I love your meadow, Mrs A! beautiful stamping! Thanks for joining us at stamping sensations this month and good luck!

Corrie Herriman said...

Lovely ! Thanks for joining us over at Country View Challenges !
Corrie x

Lori Turner said...

I love the whole scene you've made here - cute card - thanks so much for joining us at One Crazy Stamper this month! xoxoxo

crafty-stamper said...

Great card and love the grass edges and tips on hiding the DST----Thank you for joining us at Love to Craft
Carol DT x
sorry for the late comment

MaryV said...

Such an adorable card! Thank you for joining us at Create and Inspire Challenge.
Mary (DT)