Thursday, 21 August 2014

Butterflies and Tulips - A Gelli Plate Print Card

Hello Everyone,

I hope you've had a great day. I've had a busy few days with little time for crafting so the card I'm sharing tonight is one I made earlier.

And it's another aperture card with a Gelli plate print. This print was made with yellow and pink acrylic paints and a mask - That Special Touch Mask Tulips. The pretty die-cut butterflies were a gift from a friend. The greeting is that Stampin' Up stamp from the Wetlands set.

Sorry to be so brief but it's late and I need to go to bed, I have an early start in the morning. It's the Ayr Flower Show and our friends are joining us for a day out. We've planned a picnic, weather permitting ... we are even hoping the sun will come out to play. I'm taking my camera so I should have plenty of photos to show later.

Enjoy your day tomorrow, whatever you're doing.

Happy Crafting,
Materials used: white double fold aperture card base; the Gelli plate print; acrylic paints in yellow and pink; That Special Touch Mask, Tulips; Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad; Stampin' Up Wetlands stamp set; die-cut butterflies; pink shimmery ribbon; yellow and orange pearls


  1. Beautiful card Elizabeth. I like the color combination. Very whimsy and perfect for butterflies to fly through.

    Pretty flowers on your last post. Red and Yellow are beautiful color of flowers.
    Have a wonderful day.
    Bobbie Lynn

  2. Oh so pretty and effective Elizabeth, no idea why but don't have a gelli plate as yet.

    Have a lovely weekend.

    B x

  3. Brilliant card today these always look so complex but a fab finished result. Enjoy your flower show hope the sun shines and I'll look forward to the photos. Love and Happy Crafting Hugs Carole x

  4. Oh my goodness this is just adorable and perfect in every way xx

  5. Beautiful colors and card Elizabeth.

    Hugs diane


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