Happy Tuesday, everyone! Your regularly-scheduled GIU gal had an emergency, so I'll be filling in for her this week.
Today, I'm sharing two different focal images for the card I made. I really liked the first one I stamped, but at the last minute I decided to add antennae to the butterfly and I didn't like how those turned out. So I grabbed another piece of white cardstock and tried again with pinks. What do you think?
This layout was a sketch challenge for The Stampers' Sampler magazine, inks are Memento dye from Tsukineko, and the black & white patterned papers are from Darice. Stamps, of course, from Unity.
Had the part I not liked been so close to the butterfly, I probably would have covered it up somehow. As I often say, "Every mistake is a chance for embellishment." Looking back now, I guess I could have just put gems on the end of the thick antennae of the orange butterfly and called it good.
How do you deal with elements of your projects that don't turn out as planned?
Please check back every day this week for more Unity projects. I'll be doing a drawing for a free Itty Bitty stamp from Unity from all of the comments left this week. Happy Stamping!