Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Floral Butterfly Wishes

Am I odd or does anyone else keep the leftover pieces of paper when they make an envelope with the Envelope Punch Board?  I just think that the Envelope paper is too pretty to waste!
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Just can't waste any of that pretty Envelope Paper!

I made a Rich Razzleberry card and added a layer of Sweet Sugarplum (they go so well together!)  I then added a piece of leftover Sweet Sugarplum Envelope Paper and some strips of Rich Razzleberry - one embossed with Softy Falling and the other with the Seaside embossing folder.  I sponged the horizontal edges of the Seaside panel with Basic Black ink.

I cut a butterfly with the Butterflies Thinlits and sponged the edges with Basic Black ink.  I drew in the body with a Basic Black Stampin' Write marker and added a Rhinestone for its head.  I then coloured some more rhinestones with a black Sharpie before adding them to the body.  I then curled the wings a little with a bone folder and adhered the body to the front of the card.

I cut some Sweet Sugarplum card with the Detailed Florals thinlits and adhered that to a piece of Vellum.  I then used one of the Layering Circles framelits to cut out a patterned disc.  I cut a piece of Whisper White card to size and then used the same circle framelit to cut one end so that it fits snugly up against the floral disc.  I used Rich Razzleberry ink to stamp a greeting from Butterfly Basics and added a Rhinestone in the corner.

Thank you for your visit
'Til next time
Stephanie

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