Wednesday, May 20, 2015

♥ Simon Says...Stencil It ♥

Happy Wednesday to you! It's time for a brand new challenge at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog! This week we want you to...STENCIL IT!
This week the Simon Says DT are showcasing products by The Crafter's Workshop. For my card, I am using the 6x6 Mini Butterfly Collage. I used it with some White Gesso and some Distress Ink in Walnut Stain. I also used some Tumbled Glass Distress Ink over the Gesso Butterfly as well.

The paper is from the 6x6 Butterfly Paper Pack by Prima.  I also used a Imago Butterfly and Vidette Isabella Flowers all by Prima.

I finished off the card with some White Crinoline, some May Arts Natural Twine and some White Opal Liquid Pearls.

And don't forget, the super sweet and generous Heidi will give the random winner of this challenge a $50 Credit Voucher to the Simon Says Stamp Superstore! Good luck everyone!

Do you use Instagram ?  If so, please add #ssswchallenge to your challenge entry uploads so we can see them on there too. 

Hope you have a wonderful day!



Jingle said...

This is very pretty!

Lin said...

BE-autiful, Melissa! Those Prima flowers are so pretty against the woodgrain background!

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card Melissa :-) I have spent ages looking at and admiring this, all the elements together are so pretty. I love this shabby chic look and you totally nail it ! :-)

Lols x x x

Caryn said...

This is so clever, I love this - I'd put it on my wall!!

Carol McCready said...

Your card is gorgeous. Love the colors & texture.

Heather said...

A beautiful card Melissa, a gorgeous background which is perfect for the stunning elements - love all of it!!

Heather xx

Stephanie said...

Gorgeous!! Love the woodgrain texture contrast between the texture paste :)

Simon Says Stamp!

Emel said...

perfect .

Teresa Kline said...

hey sweet Melissa! luv this, the background is fabulous...super card! hope you have a super weekend!

sparkle & shine *~*

Libby said...

Beautiful card that definitely took some time to complete. It is obvious that you put quite a bit of thought into every element on this piece. There are so many great facets to this card that it is hard to decide which aspect I like the most. The work you put into creating the variety of textures definitely shows beautifully.