Bavarian Blue Butterfly Card with Kerry Fellowes

Hello, its Kerry here again and this time I am sharing a card that features 3 of the beautiful NEW Magical Shakers.  There are 10 fabulous colors available and they really are FABULOUS and one of the best things about them is they can be purchased individually so these are affordable for EVERYONE!!


First, I stamped on some watercolor paper with black Archival ink, this will just add a little interest to my paper.



I colored one piece using Bavarian Blue and Polka Purple Magical Shakers.


The second piece was colored with Bavarian Blue and Guten Tag Teal Magical Shakers.


The colored pages were cut or torn and layered on top of each other, then I adhered gimp and lace along the edges.


Add stickles, glass glitter and microbeads for some serious sparkle.


Using Polka Purple and Guten Tag Teal Magical Shakers, create a little puddle of color by adding some of the powder to a small amount of water, then you can use the Magicals like paint. I have painted the frame using this technique.


I have added some gauze behind my frame and a butterfly on top.


I added a few gems, you can never have too much bling 🙂


And there we have it!



You can watch the whole process in the video below, thanks for stopping by and have a fantastic day!


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  • Kaisercraft stamps, Archival Ink, Resin Frame, Butterfly sticker, lace and gimp, glass glitter, stickles, microbeads, gauze, watercolor paper, 3D foam tape, white gesso and glue gun.


5 thoughts on “Bavarian Blue Butterfly Card with Kerry Fellowes

  1. What a gorgeous card. I was thinking, since I don’t have any lace around, why don’t I tangle something like similar in white gel ink. I am going to start working on it today. Thanks so much for the inspirational idea. Your artwork is always beautiful and inspiring, Kerry.

  2. Gorgeous! I didn’t see how you made your beautiful butterfly? This is so pretty, I want to hang it on my wall!

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