June 30, 2016

STAMPlorations Inspiration #83

Good morning everyone!  It's the last day of June and that means a last Inspiration post for the month over at STAMPlorations!  How time has flown!  School is over and Summer holidays have begun. I can't believe my son has finished grade 2 and will be moving on to grade 3!  :-)  We have a fun summer planned with trying out some science experiments, setting off his rocket, flying his new Star Wars kite and a trip to the Gaspe region in Quebec with family.  Yay summer!

Anyway, I've got a lovely and simple card to share today. I made this for my son's bus driver.  Check it out....

I masked off a portion of my light blue card base and stamped my butterflies (Winged Things set) in Broken China Distress ink, Sea Glass SSS ink, and Nautical Blue Memento ink.  I added some shimmer to some of them with my Wink of Stella pen.  I added a narrow strip of silver glitter tape and stamped the sentiment (Friends and Flowers set) in Broken China ink.  I just love these colours. 

I hope you pop on by the main blog and see what wonderful projects the other DT ladies have created.  Don't forget to comment there for your chance to win a prize!

Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous day!

I'd like to link up to the following challenges:

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - anything goes
Addicted to CAS - code word is Fly


  1. Yes I am loving those colours too and loving this card. The bling just sets it off. Sounds great fun over the Summer with the Science experiments x

  2. Beautiful, classy CAS and elegant Kim.
    Love the butterfly stamps and a perfect example for our challenge.
    Thanks so much for playing along at ATCAS this week. Sarah

  3. Gorgeous! I have to try this tone on tone some day :)

  4. fabulous CAS card :) thank you for playing along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!!

  5. Such pretty outline butterflies and I love the colors. Wonderful CAS card. Thanks for rocking my challenge at ATCAS this week


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