December 1, 2009

Rosemary *Day 4*

This next card by Rosemary is a stunner!

This card looks like it is from the pages of a magazine! I love Rosemary's unexpected mix of Christmas papers which she used to piece together her pretty scene! The distressed edges on her card add to its cozy, soft feel. Finally, the twine and button round out this fabulous design!


Here is my take:


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Supplies

Stamps: Butterfly (Martha Stewart), Sentiment (Hero Arts CL167); Ink: Distress Ink (Tim Holtz), Brown Ink (Chestnut Memories Dye Ink); Other: Misc. Patterned Paper (sorry I don't have the brand--from my scrap pile!), Pearls (Recollections), Twine (Darice, Inc.), Scallop Die Cuts (Nestabilities), Misc. Thread

12 comments :

Sanne said...

I love Rosemarys card and you did a wonderful take on that Jill.
Happy 1. December!

Jacqueline said...

Both these cards are gorgeous!! Love the use of the patterned papers in the paper piecing - I especially love the papers you used for the butterfly - beautiful and effective!!

Rosemary said...

That butterfly is absolutely stunning, Jill!! Beautiful, beautiful card!

GrammySue's Creations said...

I love Rosemary's card,too and you also did a great job on your version of her card. Keep up the great work. Take care.

Stamping Cafe said...

Rosemary's card is stunning so is yours! Love the pp you used on your stunning butterfly!

Lin said...

I LOVE Rosemary's card and you have a great take on it!

Tiffany said...

Awww...just love this huge butterfly, very elegant and it definitely has a vintage look to it!

Heather Maria said...

Two wonderful butterfly cards. Love both of them!

Suzanne C said...

Both are goregous and I really love your patchwork butterfly!

Nancy said...

I love both of these lovely layered cards, really wonderful inspiration!!

Dwita said...

Jill, you did so well to take on R's card. Lovely butterfly..

Elise said...

Both of these butterfly cards are so beautiful, I'm literally dizzy! They are breathtaking! I love Rosie's stamping and paper piecing - scrumptious! And the tactile wonderfulness of your card, Jill, is stunning! Fantastic!