I am posting this now, because I am not sure when I will get it posted if I don't do it now. I am getting further and further (or is it farther and farther?) behind on posts. This is the card that I am sending to my May Mingle partner on the Magnolia-licious Yahoo Group.
Dies used: Sizzix/Hero Arts butterfly stamp and die set, spellbinders flourish, Tilda Lace Die, Tim Holtz Magnetic Tag
Punch: EK Success small flower (punched two and layered them for each flower)
DP: No idea I have had them forever
Tilda is Tilda with Daisy. She is an image that I received in a card kit swap. I think she is adorable. She is colored with copics.
I used stickles and gellyroll stardust pens to add glitter to the sentiment, dress, butterflies, and flower. The centers of the inside flowers are big globs of stickles.
For Use it Tuesday's challenge "You can't touch this" I feel that the papers and spellbinders die fit. I have had the papers for a long time, but just never knew what to do with them. I have been challenging myself to use the old papers that I never really liked. I bought the dies a year ago and this is the first time I've used them I think.
For the Bearly Mine challenge "Lucky Dip" I used diecuts, flowers, and gems. It also looks like I have lace, but it is really a die cut.
I am entering the following challenges:
http://www.paperplaytime.blogspot.com/ Use Buttons
http://artisticinspirationschallenges.blogspot.co.uk/ Flowers and Lace
http://www.cupcakecraftchallenges.blogspot.com/ Lots of Layers
http://lovetoscrapchallengeblog.blogspot.co.uk/ Anything goes
http://useittuesday.blogspot.com/ You can't touch this
http://asimplefive.blogspot.com/ Anything goes
http://simplycreatetoo.blogspot.com/ Anything goes
http://365cards.blogspot.com/ Use 4 items that overlap
http://deepoceanchallengeblog.blogspot.com/ Let's Sparkle
http://www.annabellestamps.blogspot.com/ Anything goes
http://bearlymine-challenges.blogspot.co.uk/ "Lucky Dip"
http://scrapbitzcopics.ning.com/group/cmccopicchallengegroup Anything goes
http://clearitoutchallenge.blogspot.ca/2013/05/its-challenge-time.html Anything goes using 2 or more patterned papers.