Sunday, 2 July 2017

Fly away Butterfly

July is butterfly month at CAS Watercolour challenge.  If you have time drop by and check out the challenge there are some amazing cards by the rest of the team.



I used Lolls awesome splat technique after masking the butterfly, then painted he butterflies using  ArtGraf watercolour, it's a graphite based watercolour.  I'm looking forward to trying some gray monochrome images with this product.


Card Recipe
Stamps: Tim Holtz
Paper: 110lb white, black 140lb watercolour
Ink: Ranger Archival black
Accessories: ArtGraf watecolour Graphite, Distress stains, Clear wink of stella, Cutplorations crazy double running stitch.
Techniques: Watercolouring

12 comments:

  1. Love these butterflies, Christine! They look like they have so much texture! The splats are a great background!

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  2. Even grey butterflies are beautiful. Love your splats of watercolour too. TFS Christine. Hugs...

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  3. Those butterflies are so cool with the splats, Christine. Have not heard of this graphite based watercolour. Might have to try out yours and then add it to my wish list. xx


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  4. This is such an artistic card! Love the splats creating some subtle colour and also the graphite watercolour giving shades of grey to the butterflies!

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  5. Great card, love the look of these butterflies and the sentiment, Cathy x

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  6. I love those gorgeous splats and the graphite watercolour you've used on the butterflies.

    Sue xx

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  7. That crazy stitched rectangular frame shows off the graphite butterflies so beautifully Christine and I love the splats. x

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  8. Lovely card Christine...the splats behind the butterflies really helps to bring attention to them and showcases their details.
    xx Karen

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  9. So contemporary and love the grey 'look'. I have this product so thank you for the inspiration...Off to find it again x

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  10. Lovely artsy card, Christine! Love the splats and the monochromatic butterflies.

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  11. OH Wow! I have that stamp and it has never seen ink! Now that I see yours, that's a different story! How incredibly artsy this is using black and white and just the splatters of color. LOVE this!

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  12. I love the color combination, Christine! It's very chic! The splats are effective too. Hideko

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