Friday, 11 January 2019

Dandelion Wishes Meets Botanical Butterflies

How to finish a card quickly!
#thecraftythinker #saleabration2019 #cardmaking #stampinup #botanicalbutterfly #embossresist , Dandelion Wishes, Botanical Butterflies DSP, Emboss Resist, Stampin' Up Australia Demonstrator, Stephanie Fischer, Sydney NSW
The butterflies are cut or punched from the gorgeous Botanical Butterfly paper pack
(which is FREE during Sale-A-Bration with a $90 product purchase)
After demonstrating a technique, I was left with the Dandelion Wishes piece.  It's a piece of Glossy White cardstock, the Dandelion Wishes image is heat embossed in black and then I sponged on a little Mint Macaron and Tranquil Tide inks which I spritzed with a bit of water.

Before adhering this panel to the Tranquil Tide base card, I added a piece of Organdy Ribbon.  The Combo Pack of five colours is available FREE from the Sale-A-Bration Brochure with a $90 product purchase.
#thecraftythinker #saleabration2019 #cardmaking #stampinup #botanicalbutterfly #embossresist , Dandelion Wishes, Botanical Butterflies DSP, Emboss Resist, Stampin' Up Australia Demonstrator, Stephanie Fischer, Sydney NSW
Trim the paper as required before punching in order to avoid punching bits from surrounding butterflies
Then I opened my pack of Botanical Butterfly Designer Series Paper (I got it FREE from the Sale-A-Bration Brochure with a $90 product purchase).  I hand cut the largest butterfly and glued some black thread to it for antennae.  The other two butterflies I punched from the patterned papers using the coordinating Butterfly Duet Punch.  TIP:  Since it's a double punch, roughly cut the patterned paper to prepare it for punching so that you don't punch bits out of the surrounding butterfly images.

Thank you for visiting.
'Til next time!
Stephanie

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