Friday, June 1, 2012

Tutorial Time with SpeedyTV # 1 Challenge

Happy Friday to you all!! Exciting news here at
Mark's Finest Papers a Heinrich Co.
We have a new challenge: Tutorial Time with Speedy TV!
I am delighted to be a part of this new team.
Each week team members will take turns doing a tutorial on a technique.
 The challenge will be for you to use that technique in your creation.
For our first week it is Coloring on Distressed Inks. 
 For my background I used Tim Holtz Antique
 Linen Distressed ink, and for the flower I used 
Scattered Straw. After distressing  paper for the bg I used the
 Butterfly image from the Spring Joy set. I cut one of the butterflies 
out and then cut some of the wing off to make it smaller
Because there is so much detail on the butterfly the
 distressing doesn't show up to well on the image itself. 
A little stitching, daisy lace and some
 checkered leaves makes for a rather quick and simple card. 

Be sure to stop on over and check out
 Tammylee's tutorial here and give the technique a whirl
 Thanks for stopping by today 
and hope you have a great weekend.

  This weeks winner will receive this beautiful  
  Spring Flowers Set


Margaret said...

Gorgeous card Davi. Love the freshness of the green and yellow

Margaret xx

Benzi said...

Beautiful card, Davi! You will be an awesome asset to this team. You have some wonderful ideas for tutorials.

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

What a pretty card with the fab bg!! I love the butterflies!

Jane said...

Such a pretty card and I love the flower touch! Very very pretty. Glad to be on the DT with you and hope to get to know you better.

Lagene said...

Beautiful card showing off this new technique at MFPSTV, Love your popped butterfly & flower!

Kathy Bradley said...

Very pretty card - love your beautiful butterflies and flower!

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Like all things Butterfly including your card. Especially like the Butterflies popped off the card. Tried the technique. Tried a couple Tim Holtz colors for background (Wild Honey & Broken China) each on different paper not together. Used Tiger stamp from Big Cats and my coloring with Prisma Color markers that my daughter gave me made the Tiger look too dark/scary. I know Tigers are wild but they are bee-utiful looking unlike my colored image. I'm thinking I may need an image with less detail or lighter color coloring. I have Oopsy Daisy and am going to give it a try.
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Unknown said...

Sounds like a wonderful technique. You card looks amazing. Love those bright and happy butterflies..


Tammylee said...

Love how you made the butterfly come alive and what a fun flower!

Lois said...

Great job with this technique, Davi. You can't go wrong with butterflies!!!

Unknown said...

OOO...Pretty butterflies. Love all the colors and the flower is great.

jimlynn said...

WOW! Davi, this is beautiful! Love the butterflies and the background, flower, and everything else. So pretty.

Designing with Debbie said...

Davi You never cease to amaze me. You are so talented and I am in awe of your work. I am so looking forward to working more with you. Your butterflies are amazing, the dimensions make them look like they are going to fly off the page.

Bernardine Cuttino said...

Beautiful card. Stunning with grace and elegance. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving the love on TT. Hugs

Pauline said...

Wow wow! Davi, this is just gorgeous! Love the lime coloured butterflies, and the gorgeous rolled rose, stunning!

Pat said...

Very pretty. Your hand made flower is fabulous.

Anonymous said...

Wow! What beautiful work and welcome, welcome aboard!

Tammy said...

OMGosh Davi this is GORGEOUS!! I love your butterflies and the coloring is awesome! Enjoy the rest of your weekend my friend!
Hugs, Tammy

coldwaters2 said...

Hi Davi, WOW, WOW, WOW this is absolutely beautiful, those butterflies, the colours and that flower look amazing, brilliant card.
Lorraine x

Stephanie (Arty Carty) Lee said...

This is such a pretty card Davi! hope you are well!

Marilyn (stampwithMJ) said...

Pretty execution of the technique. Great card!