Friday, March 11, 2016

Burlap Panel - Corrugated, Metal & Lace

Butterfly Girl invites you to join us on our current creative adventure and let your imagination fly!  Our March Creative Adventure is to combine lace, metal, and a corrugated element to your creation.  YOUR style, YOUR colors, anything you like to make, whatever mediums you like to use, the sky's the limit.  Creative Carte Blanche!!

I hope you got a chance to check out Annette's recent blog post for this challenge.  She made a fabulous wall hanging for her craft room. 

My interpretation is seen above and more detail is found on my blog, cherylspaperartz.blogspot.com. Hop on over and check it out!  We are posting examples for the current challenge on Tuesdays and Fridays, so there is always something fresh to inspire you.

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9 comments:

  1. Wow, Cheryl, I think Butterfly Girl is spreading her wings for a long journey! Great panel, and I love the circle elements behind her!

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  2. Oh butterfly Girl looks beautiful, off to have a closer look! Anne x

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  3. Oh... I love that butterfly girl is so young - starting out a new adventure like Creative Carte Blanche - she's darling. And isn't it wonderful that we can leave our fears behind us and CREATE CARTE BLANCHE??? Oh yeah!! Love this creation Cheryl. XXj.

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  4. Thanks girls. It makes me so happy that you are engaged in Butterfly Girl's story!

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  5. I adore this, Cheryl! I love everything about this! The colors, the layers of texture, the beautiful butterfly, your sweet little girl....all perfect together! I so love how you mixed the corrugated, lace and metal. You showed that anything can remain soft and feminine. It just takes a little imagination. Beautiful creation, Cheryl.

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  6. I am always amazed how the same ingredients can be interpreted in so many different ways. That butterfly always does it for me, and I totally adore the original way you have used it here! Fabulous panel, love it!!

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  7. This is lovely. I especially dig what you did with the butterfly. Well done! You've inspired me.

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  8. Glorious and so free is what she looks like to me. Very very impressive and so awesome sauce! ~Niki

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  9. Cheryl this is so special! LOVE the delicacy of the wings and beautiful design - this really makes the most of the canvas x

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