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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Tuuuuesday...time for a twist!

   Happy Tuesday!  Time for another twisted challenge! Today's challenge is called Let's get 'Krafty' and Recycle!  For this challenge you are supposed to use Kraft paper and the twist is to use something recycled on your card or project.  Here is my card:

My card base is made from Kraft paper and my recycled item is from an old book!  I used the pages to punch out the flowers and the butterfly.  I sponged them and layered them to give the card some dimension.  

Another angle.  

The butterfly is layered and sponged too and has a row of bling for the body.  I used two different EF to add interest to the card and added a tiny banner under the circle.

Ok, your turn!  Head on over to Twisted Tuesdays and add your card!  We would love to have you play along!  Be sure to check out the amazing cards from the other design team members!

Hope you have a wonderful day!  I will be back soonest with more to share!





7 comments:

Margaret said...

Such a pretty background with the fan embossing! Love the butterfly and flowers from the book! Brilliant!! A wonderful recycled card!

Athina said...

I need to find an old book! Beautiful card! I really like how the butterfly stands out!

Carole said...

It's so well done AM! I really like the different look of text as butterfly. Very artsy!

Carolina Little said...

AnnMarie... LOVE the embossing background and the flowers that you made with that newsprint paper!!!

MiamiKel said...

This is as sweet as can be ;) I love the embossed background (still my fave after all the folders they have made) This is Darling!!

Patty Gorka said...

I love how you made your flowers and now I really want that embossing folder you used on your background, such a pretty card!

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) A•Muse Consultant #1065 said...

Gorgeous! I love recycling pages from books... isn't it fun?