Thursday, February 4, 2010

Glimmer Mist Valentine - Be Inspired #69

I am one day late with my Cuttlebug Be inspired #69 design.
One day late and for a good reason: I got captured by my card making and managed to make about 5 other cards which for me is a record. Then I was too tired to post this last night.

Cu o zi intarziere, va prezint felicitarea mea pentru Cuttlebug Be inspired #69. Ieri am fost luata de valul creatiei si am mai facut inca vreo 5 felicitari (record) si apoi am fost prea obosita sa mai scriu acest articol.

We were challenged to use a masking technique and glimmer mist. For more details about that and how you can win your own glimmer mist, please check the challenge on the cuttlebug blog.
Sorry the picture doesn't show the subtle glimmer on the heart and these pictures were taken last night by artificial lighting.

Tema acestei saptamani a fost tehnica "masking" combinata cu glimmer mist. Mai multe detalii dspre concurs si cum puteti castiga 4 sticlute de glimmer mist gasiti aici.

The swirl is made with the cuttlebug *floral fantasy* folder which is great for valentines cards, then cut out.
Carcelul e facut cu sablonul *floral fantasy* de la cuttlebug si decupat.

The butterfly.... I couldn't live without butterfly cards :P
Fluturasul.... cum as putea trai eu fara felicitari cu fluturasi ? :P


Donna said...

Beautiful card, Meda. I was a bit disappointed that they didn't explain Masking on the cuttelbug site. And I don;t have glimmer mist or even know how to use it so I guess I won;t be participating this week. What on your card is a mask? Thanks for sharing your beautiful card!

Anonymous said...

Hi Meda:)This is simply `Gorgeous` TFI ...;)
Have a fab week:)xxx

Meda said...

Donna, I didn't realize not everybody knows what masking is.
I'll make a tutorial in a few hours and explain different masking techniques.

Shantaie said...

so pretty!! Im think a butterfly is such a perfect image for the masking technique!

Beth said...

Beautiful Meda you always have such gorgeous details on your artwork love visiting your blog.

sassyb07 said...

what a pretty card Meda! I do love your butterflys, you always make them look beautiful!
hugs, Valerie

Tatanky said...

I've never thought of cutting and embossed image but looks fantastic great tip !