Saturday, August 9, 2008

A spiral card for you





I love blurfing for awesome tutorials. This morning, I came across this beautiful spiral card in Lauren Meader's blog: My Time, My Creations, My Stampendence. Instead of using vellum, I used acetate to hold up the butterflies on my card. The butterflies were created with Papertrey stamps. Then, I cut some silver wire and twirled the ends to create the butterfly antennae. Isn't this fun? I added a panel to the bottom, inside, so you can write the recipient a little note.

9 comments:

GSMom385 said...

I absolutely love this card, TFS!!!

Kim H. said...

OMG this is so cool and neat! I love it! The colors you used are awesome too! Thumbs up!

Loobylou said...

This is gorgeous! I feel a case coming on! I like the that whole inside is just as pretty as the outside.
Sarah

redlan said...

nice artworks!

www.paperedarts.blogspot.com

Anne said...

How cool! Your dancing butterflies are great! Thanks for sharing them! :-)

Jennifer said...

Ethel, this is wonderful! Positively wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing the instructions. Are you going to teach this in one of your classes? Your students would be on cloud nine to create such a wonderful card!

Rein said...

This is wonderful Ethel!

liannallama said...

oh, what a super idea! such a cute and cheerful card!

Sue McGettigan said...

Ethel this is amazing! I'll have to check out the tutorial to see how on earth you did it :)