Today, I have an aperture card made using up yet another of my Gelli plate prints, one which I think fits well with Mrs A's current Butterfly Challenge - #12 Summertime Butterflies.
Fireweed card. Green and yellow card candy provided the final embellishments.
There's really not much more I can say about this card ... it really was as quick and easy to make as it seems.
And I'm having to keep it brief too as I'm on my way out. I'm scooting off to town now, to visit the post office ... that's the one situated inside WH Smith's so perhaps, if I'm lucky, I'll be able to pick up the latest issue of Craft Stamper there. Then it's on to The Works in the hope of finding a 12"x12" canvas - saw a great YouTube video that's prompted this latest 'must have' - and finally, as a treat, maybe a browse round Waterstones and a Costa coffee there too - I just love bookshops, especially if they also have a coffee shop :)
I wish you all a lovely day.
Materials used: double fold aperture card base; the Gelli plate print; greeting stamp from Stampin' Up's Wetlands stamp set, Archival black ink; yellow satin ribbon, green and yellow card candy