Good Monday morning!  Are you ready for this week’s Paper Therapy challenge?  This time the challenge is to make a card with a hole in it. 

I hadn’t made a suspension card in a long time, so I decided to do that for the challenge.  I thought butterflies would work well for the suspended elements, and chose this designer paper to give the impression of butterflies flitting among the woods on a spring day.  Taffeta ribbon and flowery hardware finish off the card.

Join us at Paper Therapy and show off your creative hole-y-ness!  :)  The other design team members have come up with some really neat stuff for this challenge, too. Their blogs are linked over to the right – give them a little blog love, too. 

Supplies:
Stamps: Everyday Sayings (Lizzie Anne Designs)
Cardstock: Bashful Blue (Stampin’ Up); LilyKate 6″ x 6″ paper pad (Basic Grey)
Ink: Chocolate Chip (SU)
Other: Very Vanilla taffeta ribbon, silver Hodgepodge Hardware (SU); classic butterfly 3-in-1 punch (Martha Stewart); embroidery floss (DMC)

8 Responses to “suspended butterflies”

  1. Love you hung the butterflies in the circle!

  2. I love love love the dangling butterflies!

  3. Beautiful card Patricia! Perfect paper choice.

  4. LOVE LOVE LOVE the idea to suspend the butterflies in the cutout!! This is a beautiful card and a totally FABULOUS idea.

  5. These butterflies are just beautiful. I love how they are hanging. Such a pretty blue too!

  6. I love this card! The butterflies are beautiful, and I am such a fan of LilyKate paper.

  7. I LOVE those butterflies suspended from the opening!! That patterned paper is also great. The colors are perfect for this.

  8. This is great! I debated making a suspension card too!! The butterflies are perfect! I definitely see a scraplift in my future! :)

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