Sunday, January 29, 2017

Tutti Designs - Colorful Butterflies

Happy Sunday Friends!
Today I'm sharing a card of color and beauty using a die 
from the fabulous Tutti Designs Store.

Today I've used the beautiful Butterfly Dance die from the November Release.

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 I knew I wanted to bring full focus to this beautiful die so I created a colorful panel to die cut from using Ken Oliver color burst.  I was in a hurry (imagine that) and die cut my panel before it was dry, but I recommend if you use this technique that you wait awhile before die cutting ... makes the little pieces come out easier.

Speaking of those little pieces that pop out and typically get thrown away ... be watching for those that can be used as an extra accent to your creation as I have done today.

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KarinsArtScrap said...

Darlene this is very beautiful great die
Gr Karin

Lia said...

These are really beautiful butterflies!! I love the way you made them 'shine' on the card.
Lia xx

Donna Phelan said...

Oh WOW! Your colors are beautiful I thought it was multi colored foil! This is fantastic and such a wonderful die too! Very pretty!

Bunny said...

This is really beautiful.

Diane said...

Gorgeous, those colors are amazing!! Yep, I am impatient too, letting things dry and I get in more trouble that the new blog header, too!!

Conniecrafter said...

The color bursts look fantastic with this die, I have not tried color burst yet but love the results I see :) I like the use of the hearts too!

Leslie Miller said...

You? In a hurry? No way! Color Bursts sure do have some intense and brilliant colors. This is a really nice blend. Interesting how it turns out. Really gorgeous, Darlene!