I die cut assorted Cheery Lynn dies from Rinea Foiled Papers. The cuts are beautiful even on the most intricate dies.
I painted a wood plaque with gesso, then dry brushed some terracotta paint on top. Once dry, I used a grid stamp with Brilliance Ink sporadically around the plaque.
Gauze was adhered as the base upon which the butterflies, die cut from Violet/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper, were added. Their bodies were adhered and their wings were allowed to be free. One butterfly was added to a tag with gold base.
Metal gears were added to the panel and a tag was clipped to the corner.
Dream, a wooden word, was colored with purple ink and placed atop a medallion die cut from Marigold/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper.
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