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So Suzy Butterfly Music

Hi Everybody,

I am playing with some of my older So Suzy stamps and those 2 in particular are some of my favorites. I just don't get tired of them. But then, I mostly don't get tired of my stamps anyhow...

My stamp supplies:

This is a real easy card to make:

I masked off the bottom part of the card with a post-it note. Sponged with distress inks. Don't worry about mixing the regular ones with the oxide ones. Its really no problem at all.

I sprinkled water on it and dabbed it off with a paper towel.

Added the butterfly and the sentiment. I also added white gel pen accents to the butterfly. To finish it off I glued on some sequins and added a ribbon.

And now some great news. We have a new feature here at So Suzy's. 
Every month one of our DT members has a birthday you get on stamp with every order free.
This is Terri's birthday month and THIS is her stamp:

This is Terri's birthday month and THIS is her stamp.

We also have a sale going on at the moment:

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:
Stempelkueche - anything goes


Cath Wilson said…
I love the simplicity of this and you chose the perfect stamps!
Kat said…
Beautiful choice using these stamps together. Love the bg you created
Mac Mable said…
Stunning colours of blending and that stamp is fabulous x
conil said…
LOOOOOOOVE this sentiment and that image is beyond gorgeous. It is beautiful on tne blue but the white highlights just make it sing.
Nora Noll said…
Oh I LOVE this one layer masterpiece!! STUNNING design!
Doni High said…
Beautiful! Perfect for our code word "music".
Love the blended blues. Thanks for joining us at Addicted to CAS.
Kim Heggins said…
What a wonderful your amazing water coloring!
sentsue said…
Beautiful blended background. Great work on the challenge.
Anita in France said…
Oh my, what a glorious sponged panel, Cornelia ... simply stunning with that fabulous image! Hugs, Anita :)
Stempelomi said…
so lovely! And absolutly great colors!Thanks for joining us at Stempelküche-challenge. Hugs,Beate
Beautifully created and I love the blue background for that awesome stamp image and sentiment. Adding the ribbon and leaving the bottom bare makes this so gorgeous in in it's simplicity!
Bobby said…
What image and sentiment could be more perfect together than these, Cornelia. Add in your wonderful ink blending and it's a masterpiece. I'm glad you shared it with us at Addicted to CAS.
anja curvers said…
Wow great love the image and the sentiment and that gorgeous background. Thanks for sharing this with us over at ATCAS.
Mimi Zitrone said…
Wow, sehr edel kommt deine Karte daher, super! Danke für deine Teilnahme bei der Stempelküche-Challenge! LG Biggi

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