CASE Study #199 with Jill

I'm headed... the CASE Study challenge blog today.  
Our inspiration is another pretty card from our July Muse, Shari Carroll.
I was especially inspired by the following elements on Shari's card--white die cut butterflies with pearls, circular die cuts, vintage text paper with butterflies, her warm yellow color scheme, and the friendship sentiment.  Here's my take:
I began by stamping my background (Penny Black 30-240 Textures) onto yellow cardstock using Memento Peanut Brittle ink.  For my butterfly panel, I first adhered Tim Holtz tissue paper to cardstock and then die cut this using Penny Black's Creative Die 51-053 A Pocket Full.  I stamped the butterfly from Penny Black 30-117 Free Flight using Ranger Archival Black ink. I added color to this panel with Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Art Grip Aquarelle watercolor pencils. I then added a bit of Gesso to the background for a painted effect and inked the edges of the notebook die using Memento Peanut Brittle ink.  My sentiment (Penny Black 51-041 Friends Frame) was die cut three times and then I glued each layer together for a thick embellishment.  Once dry, I colored this sentiment with ShinHan Art Touch Twin markers.  Finally, I adhered all layers together using dimensional adhesive, including my circular element, Penny Black's Creative Die Tabs & Toggles, and butterflies from a Fiskars punch.  
To view what the CASE Study design team has created and to play along, click HERE!
And if you've found your way to the STUDIO for the first time today from the Case Study blog, I want to extend to you a BIG welcome!!  While here, feel free to poke around... you'll find stamped art from myself and my STUDIO partner, Elizabeth Allan.   You can read more about our blogging approach HERE.  I hope you'll find our creative zone to be an inspirational and fun place to be!