Tuesday, July 2, 2013

RIC #39

This is my second post of the day. For my I Heart Papers Blog Hop Post, scroll down, or click HERE.




Ok this one was tough! My inspiration for the latest RIC came from her belt buckle...but I did take some liberties. I turned the buckle verticle and made the black image oversized because I thought it worked well for the design. But Tasnim asked if the butterfly represented her hair and well I didn't even think of that, but I am gonna pretend I did and go with that idea! HA!


the butterfly is from Penny Black. 


Aga (on maternity leave)

the winner gets a GC to Simon Says Stamp!

So I am leaving you with a recipe today. I made Roasted Beef Tenderloin from Giada Delaurentis and it's DELICOUS! You can find the recipe HERE.

Happy Crafting and Happy Cooking :)


23 comments:

  1. Gorgeous!!! Love the glitter and butterfly! Love the pretty background, too!

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  2. Love your sparkly butterfly, you rogue you :)

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  3. This is definitely a Wida-card; something completely different from any of the other cards!
    I love the contrast between the soft (very pretty) background and that over-sized gorgeous butterfly! Just an after-thought, is the butterfly supposed to represent the Afro hair? Thinking outside the box I see :)

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  4. I love how everyone interprets so different. I see the butterfly inside the geometric patterns above the hem. Your card design may be simple but it is a visual match for the dress. Great job !!!!

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  5. Stunning! I also love the play between vertical and horizontal lines :)

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  6. Your take on the style is so striking! Love that black on top of the vibrant colors.

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  7. Superb! So clean and modern and graphic! The layered butterfly is awesome!

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  8. Stunning Wida! The clean graphic feel and that glittery layered butterfly is the bomb!

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  9. Oh its so lovely Wida! I really like that the butterfly :)

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  10. She is rocking that afro in the photo. Love your butterfly too. winks ;)

    Jaw dropping design! Love it!

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  11. Wida!! I'm a bit spotty on blog visiting, especially in the summer, but I saw this on RIC and HAD to come over to comment. I so appreciate how you zeroed in on such a small portion of the photo to derive your inspiration. A good lesson for us. And the result is just stunning. Really. I'm so in love!

    PS. that's the perfect shade of yellow.

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  12. Very very COOL!!! I could totally see the butterfly reppin' Miss Lady's hair!! Awesome!! Hope all is well..

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  13. love the butterfly wow that is some beauty !!

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  14. wow! STUNNING!!
    Gorgeous take on this inspiration photo!

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  15. I'm going to say the same thing on the blogs of all of you uber-talented ladies on the RI DT this month. I always feel like you pass around the tool box, grab the hammer and, with one nail a piece, you HIT it! Your individual works of art are inspiring, true, but your RI makes feel like wizardry!! Thank you!

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  16. wow what a great idea to have make that buterfly in black it makes it high class
    Helene

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  17. That butterfly is very classy! I thought you might have got the inspiration from her pose - ie the arms!
    I see you are to be a guest stamper at PB - congrats - I look forward to checking it out!

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