Sunday, 11 September 2016

Crazy Crafters Blog Hop-Special Guest Sarah Berry #SS009



Welcome to Crazy Crafters Blog Hop. Our special guest for today's hop is amazing UK demonstrator,  Sarah Berry.   Sarah runs fantastic sketch challenge, called Strawberry Sketch. I though why not combining the fun challenge and this hop!
This is Sarah's project that I CASEd. I haven't used butterfly stamps for a long time so it was the perfect opportunity.

I chose Butterfly Basics to make background paper and Bold Butterfly Framelits Dies for embellishments. The sentiment stamp is copper heat embossed. 
I wanted to follow the sketch but didn't want to cover the beautiful background so I made a banner with White Vellum cardstock.

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32 comments:

  1. Wow! What a gorgeous card Satomi, I especially like the background paper you made!

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  2. Great idea and wonderful choice of colours Satomi....gorgeous

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  3. What a great colour combination! Love the use of the vellum, I'm glad you didn't cover that lovely background

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  4. So pretty Satomi & I adore your background too. Love using vellum myself and your use softens your card to perfection.

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  5. Very Pretty Satomi, I love your butterfly. Angexo

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    1. Angela, thank you. I should use butterfly more.

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  6. This is gorgeous Satomi. Love that you've used vellum so we can see the entire background! You've done a wonderful job casing Sarah! 😀😀😀

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    1. Louise, thank you for your sweet comment.

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  7. Beautiful colour combo happening there Satomi. Love it

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  8. love these colours together Satomi. And you can never go wrong with butterflies, they are the best. I've created a card for this challenge but have it scheduled for Tuesday lol

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    1. Tamie, thank you. I'm glad that your post seemed to be fixed. Your card is beautiful.

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  9. Beautiful card Satomi. Love your colour combination and the background is just stunning. Great use of the vellum too - so elegant. :)

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  10. Love the emerald & peach colour combo & you know I'm always hooked with a butterfly or two lol xx

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    1. Jessie, thank you. I just picked two ink pads without thinking too much but it worked!

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  11. Satomi, You have delicately transformed cardstock to beautiful paper once again. I adore the Lacy Pattern Butterfly, and you will soon see why? Ooops lol, lets say I have not published my #SS009 Strawberry Sketch yet. Your Colour combo is gorgeous :)

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    1. Christine, I always appreciate your careful observation of my card. Can't wait to see your #SS009 sketch.

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  12. Good case Satomi! Love the colour combination of this card.

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  13. I really like the idea of the vellum banner - it provides the detail without hiding the beautifully hand-stamped paper. I think the colours are very pretty too.

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    1. Thank you, Stephanie. I randomly chose the colors but they worked together beautifully.

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  14. Gorgeous Satomi love what you've created here - and the vellum adds a touch of elegance too! xx

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  15. So pretty Satomi, love the colours you have used.

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  16. Wow, great card, love the colours you have used :)

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  17. Very pretty card Satomi. Love all the butterflies and your colours work so well together.

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