Butterfly simpathy cards

Hello,

Today’s post is a sad topic, unfortunately a relative of my mum passed away and I had to make a sympathy card. I made it only once before, thanks God I am not experienced in this. All I knew is that I wanted butterflies on my cards (I made one in Hungarian and one in English, so she can choose the best for the recipient).

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The Painted Butterflies set from Altenew is my all time favourite, I love how delicate and soft the images are.

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For my first cardΒ I used only the outline image, stamped it on a die cut panel leaving space for the sentiment, which is from Clearly Besotted. I coloured with grey Shinhan markers to get a monochrome look. The splatters I added with an MFT stamp, I am a control freak πŸ˜€

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A bit of Wink of Stella clear shimmer, a black glitter pen, few silver glitter enamel dots and a thin silk ribbon piece on 2 corners were all the embellishment I added. I mounted this on a slightly bigger black cardstock to get a thin black frame. My card base is black this time, with a beautiful glitter paper from DCVW.

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The second card was heavily inspired by Amanda Korotkova (this card), I stamped my butterflies on a cross-stitched die cut Bristol Smooth cardstock piece using Archival Jet Black ink, so I could colour with my Zig Real Brush pens.

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The same embellishments as above, just this time I directly mounted this on a black card base. The sentiment I printed from a simple word document and mounted with 3D foam tape.

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That is all for now, but I will come back with a more cheerful post soon with the same butterflies.

Have a lovely weekend,

Zsofi

PS: I just saw that this card would match the SSS Wednesday Challenge Things with Wings, so I am uploading it here.

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