Memory Box Montpellier Butterfly and Magnificent Mum Left and Right Corner Dies…

Hi everyone! Taking a break from Easter cards today to show some of the other new dies from Memory Box that were released in January.

Everything was die cut in white and inked with Distress Inks and the ink blending tools. Shaded Lilac is such a pretty color. Combined with Peacock Feathers and the yellows in the Distress inks, lets just say I was amazed and happy at how this turned out!

I die cut 3 of the Montpellier Butterfly and glued them together with Tombow Mono Multi liquid glue so they would stand out on the card.

I cut two of each of the corner dies so all four corners made a frame.

The Mixed Media card-base is inked with distress inks too and then spattered with distress ink mixed with water.

I embossed the sentiment on an inked piece of white card-stock.  Added some PPP clear sequins and it was done.

Linking my card to challenges…

Double D Challenges – Things that Fly

 

 

From white, soft and subtle to black, bold and beautiful…

Here I made a Distress ink blended background using Picked Raspberry, Wilted Violet and Seedless Preserves on Mixed Media card-stock. More spattering and some made it on the card! lol

I die cut the Montpellier Butterfly 2 times in Memory Box Licorice card-stock this time and glued them together same as the card above. I love the shadow the white backed black gives the cut. Pulls in the light.

I stamped the happiness message with the MISTI before adhering the die cut to the card. I added strips of Licorice and white card-stock to the left side and felt like it just added an elegant feel to the whole composition.

Linking to challenges…

Double D Challenges – Things That Fly

 

I enjoyed how these two cards came out…a study in contrasts for sure. Happy Saturday!

Thank you for stopping by and holler if you have any questions!  I always love hearing from you!

P.S. Starlitstudio.net has Distress Oxide inks and refills in stock HERE and HERE if you’re looking for them! hehe

Here’s what I used on these two cards…

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20 thoughts on “Memory Box Montpellier Butterfly and Magnificent Mum Left and Right Corner Dies…

  1. oh my gosh, you really got me with that first card first thing in the morning, thank you for such a nice treat! It is beautiful, love the soft colors, and the dies are really great too. 🙂 Hope you have a wonderful weekend. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  2. Nicely done Pam…guess that butterfly/flower die and the sentiment will be in my cart..Sometimes we just need to see it adorning a card…Thanks for spending my money…Hugs

  3. Well….I thought the first card was a show stopper, and then I saw card number two! These are both gorgeous! What black card stock did you use that has a white back? Looks great! Enjoy your weekend!

  4. Really beautiful cards…These cards really showcase the versatility of these dies…adding the dies to my wish list. Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend,

  5. Oh, my! I was completely smitten with that mum frame and then I read you did it with two corner dies. Sheesh, another shopping trip for me? I love how it lets your card show through. And then with the mums and butterfly in the middle, and such beautiful colors — wow! I see I shouldn’t have given away my ink blending tool and all those pads. I thought they were just for alcohol inks. You sure make them work beautifully for you! You’ve got a whole other look on your second card with the rich purples and the splatters. The black makes a fabulous contrast.

  6. Wow, Pam, they are both so beautiful! I particularly loved the ink blending in both of the cards. And I agree too, the flowers and butterflies both look absolutely gorgeous in both the cards! 🙂

  7. Oh my these are absolutely elegant!! That first one is so delicate and lovely and the second one is in my favorite colors!! It’s a “Kay”card for sure!! Love it!!

  8. Well Pam, Love both! Funny how color can make such a difference. Even though you used the same dies. I will say I am so in love with the white on white with that touch of color.
    XO April

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