This card started with the center panel, for the OCC challenge which is to use something you would normally throw away. I cut this panel from a tissue box after I rescued it from the recycle bin. I ran it through my crimper and distressed the edges. While I was in a rescuing mode, I snagged a Pepsi can, cut it up, embossed it and then colored it with Adirondack alcohol inks, and then punched out the butterfly. Poor little butterfly kind of disappeared in the picture, but it's nice and shiny, front and center IRL! :) From here I thought the Midnight Madness sketch would be perfect. Then I wandered over to the Shabby Tea Room and they're having a Bingo challenge, to use any three connected squares, and I went with the bottom row of punches/die cuts, embossing, and ribbon. The flowers I had in my stash and I sprayed them with Glimmer Mist. Threaded some beads on eye pins and attached them behind the flowers. Added some seam binding I dyed, scrunched and tied in a floppy bow. All the DP is Basic Grey Periphery.
Midnight Madness - Sketch
The Shabby Tea Room - Bingo
OCC - Don't throw that away!
Basic Grey - Something recycled.
Flutterby Wednesday - Anything goes (with wings)
Paper: Basic Grey Periphery, The Paper Studio.
Ink: Colorbox Queues.
Accessories: Recycled panel and can, MS butterfly punch, paper crimper, flowers from stash, beads, eye pin, seam binding, Cuttlebug EF, corner rounder.