Thursday, September 20, 2012

MIM #83 + MFW-Asymmetry Challenge

OK, I have to admit I am a Card Aisle stalker! I take photos of cards I see in the stores and think,  "I can make this!"  
So when I saw the MIM video by Melissa Phillips HERE
I was all over this challenge and can sooo relate to Melissa saying,
"I can't leave well enough also, so I added...." 
Yep, me too, I had to keep taking photos of the updated version :)

This is actually a Birthday card I received this year, not a stalked card aisle card ;)
Sorry this is a dark photo, it just started raining outside and had to re-take this one indoors!
 I am also posting this card to Moxie Fab's Card Design Handbook Week - Asymmetry Challenge which you can check out HERE

definition of asymmetry:   Asymmetry is the placement of non-identical forms to either side of a balancing point in a way that the two sides seem to be of the same visual weight, but aren't.

Now, I think I have created Asymmetry with my butterflies and the sentiment, but also think I need this special PC issue, just to be sure...

Cath has a total of 5 challenges from this beauty still going on!

My card ~ please click on the photo to see more details Cardstock: Base card and panel are Stamper's Select White from PTI; lavender embossed frame panel from Recollections
Stamp:  Patterned Bugs from Inkadinkado
Tools & Embellishments: Corner Rounder from Zutter;  Hearts embossing folder from Cuttlebug; Sheer lavender polka dot ribbon from Michaels; 3-D butterfly stickers from Special Moments; Lavender glitter on butterfly bodies from Stickles


  1. You did a fabulous job Helen, I love it!

  2. Love your version, Helen! You should enter it in the movement challenge too!

  3. Hey Helen! Thanks for linking this up to the Asymmetry Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)