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Artist Trading Card Daily – 92

The Artist Trading Card series of posts continues with number 92 – can you believe that I have made 92 of these little beauties already – that’s over a quarter of the way through the year?!

Despite being a little behind with getting them all complete and online I am so proud right now that I could burst!

Anyway, I’d best let you know about today’s creation before I burst and make a mess.

This is what I created …

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A very ethereal feel to this one I think.

Now, for those that have been following this series of Artist Trading Card blog posts will by now recognise that the background has been created with Color Burst from Ken Oliver Crafts.

This time however I pre-soaked my paper and also used a good amount of water spritz so that I achieved a nice spread and blend of colour. When it had dried I felt that it had the look of a fantasy wild flower garden (yes, my imagination is strong).

I therefore thought that it would be nice to have a butterfly rising above it in the rosey sky. After rooting through my bits and bobs I found a little die cut in my More Than Words papercraft collection from Craftwork Cards and thought that both the colour and style worked quite well. I did however want it to have a more mystical feel so I coated it in Perfect Medium and used some Inkadinkado holograhaphic embossing powder (which I heat set) and then outlined the wings with a metallic marker.

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The gems as the thorax was an obvious move for me on this one.

At this point however I thought that the background still needed a little “something” so, as the Reverse Peacock Cover-A-Card stamp from Impression Obsessions was still out on my desk I thought that I would use that but didn’t want anything too bold so I inked it up with Dew Drop Galaxy Gold ink and stamped it over the background – perfect!

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To finish I added a couple more gems below the butterfly, to give the impression of movement, and inked the edges of the main design with black ink to give definition between it and the red layer onto which it would be mounted.

And there we have it!

What do you think? Do you like the combination of products – would have you have done anything different?

As always, if you have any comments or questions about this post then please feel free to use the comments section below. Also, If you know of anyone that would appreciate reading this post, there are handy sharing icons below.

Many thanks for taking the time to read about my little creations.

I’ll see you again soon!

J :)


11 thoughts on “Artist Trading Card Daily – 92

  1. Can’t go wrong with a butterfly and this one is lovely. It really does look like jewellery. The background is wonderful too. I’m looking forward to getting the Colour Burst and trying it myself. Thanks again for the instructions. You’re doing extremely well keeping up with these ATCs and you’ve got a lot of people looking forward to each and every one. You are an inspiration to all X

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  2. Hi John

    You should be proud. 92, one hell of an achievement.

    lovely creation today, you did a real bling job on that butterfly- wow! It looks more like a piece of jewellery than a topper! Just fabulous!


    T x

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  3. I also love butterflies so straight away I liked this. Don’t have the Ken Oliver colours but do have Brusho’s which I haven’t tried yet (lack of time and a broken wrist) but I must try something similar.


  4. Just love this one John,butterflies and painty backgrounds my favs….the colour bursts look amazing,….May have to add them to my massive arsenal…:-)
    Crafty hugz,Dawn


  5. BEAUTIFUL John! I’m a butterfly fan so I was always gonna love this one!! You might be a little behind but yes you should be proud – extremely proud. Well done for keeping it up, many would have given up long ago! I love reading your blogs & tho I don’t reply every time I always read & look forward to hearing what you are doing & also wonder what you are gonna do next! Your talents are so many that you always amaze me! Keep up the good work – well it isn’t really work is it!!!
    Happy crafting!


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