Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Stampavie - Zoe Gazing at Butterfly

Madge here for another “wonderful Wednesday”.  Today, I’m sharing a card made using  an sweet stamp from  Stampavie called ZOEP1000819 GAZING AT THE BUTTERFLY by Sarah Kay. This must have been a popular one as I don’t see it in Lora’s store at the moment. I purchased it because the image was so sweet, and because my grandmother’s name was Zoe. A perfect combination!
I absolutely love the Xpress it blending cardstock made especially for copics, the color doesn’t disappear, but remains bright and beautiful.  I stamped my image using Tuxedo Black Memento ink, colored it with copics and then cut it into a rectangle, rounding the corners.  I backed it with a die cut from Marianne Creatibles and backed that with a 6 x 6 Webster’s Page.  I then fussie-cut two side panels from a Webster’s Page and mounted it over top of the matted image.  The butterflies and pearls came from my stash.  I  then mounted it onto a 6” square card base. 
Keeping in the theme of our July Challenge at One Crazy Stamper, I used two papers from Webster’s Pages, One image and three embellishments (butterflies and pearls).  I hope you will join in on the fun at OCS challenge and post one of your creations for a chance to win OCS $$$.
While this is being posted, Art and I will be enjoying sun, salt water, and fireworks. See you next week!
~ Rubber hugs ~siggyhaycock


  1. I love this Madge!! Don't you love when a stamp means something personal like that? How cool that she has the same name as your Grandma!! I really like the paper piecing you did on her hate and your papers are so perfect for her : )

  2. Madge this is absolutely adorable. It is something else when a stamp means something so much more. Love everything about it.