Out of Focus

How do you make a die cut out of focus 😛 …that’s my challenge for the Less is More Challenge #417.

Using a die cut from the flutters set by Penny Black, I passed it again with a Papersmooches die called Criss Cross. Then I applied some iridescent acrylic paint of green-yellow and green-blue. The body was heat embossed with Opaque Sparkle EP and the wings with clear EP. On the card base, I added the same paint to the contour. I dry embossed the butterfly on the white card stock before adding my out of focus flutter. You can see a close-up here.

Stay SAFE, Blessings and HUGz, Joanna

7 thoughts on “Out of Focus

  1. What a cool way to interpret the theme Joanna! Your techniques are fabulous and I love that you chose to be really creative with this theme by using a die cut. A really gorgeous card. Thanks so much for joining us at Less is More xx


  2. You have come up with an amazing idea for this difficult challenge and what gorgeous spring colors you chose. This is so imaginative. I would never have been able to think of something for this one. Beautifully done and love the use once again of your beautiful embossing powders in those wonderful, spring colors.

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  3. There is no way I could have come up with something for this challenge but you rocked it. What a brilliant idea done in beautiful spring colors. Once again I just love your use of embossing powders! Have a Happy Easter!

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  4. What an awesome idea, ,my creative friend! Love the way you’ve double die cut this butterfly and I love the embossing below it! Beautiful colors and I love the matching edge! Have a happy and safe Easter, my friend!

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