Wednesday, March 28, 2012


Such a fun card to make. I love butterflies so this sketch was the
perfect time to show them off. Here is the sketch.

And here is my card

Once again I hit my scrap sack and found this really neat looking yellow paper that
had these blue leaves that reminded me of Butterflies. I used my small dots embossing folder for the
bottom half of my card.

To separate the two I used my Martha Steward Butterfly trim punch, made a strip
from yellow scrap paper. For the butterflies I used my Cricut cart "Picturesque" to cut
them at 1 1/2". I used Tim Holtz tumble glass Distressed Ink around the edges of my
butterflies, which brought out the blue in the paper. I then place a glass jewel in the center of the
butterfly for a splash of bling. The sentiment is just one of my many stamps.

Here is a shot of the card laying down so you can see how I bent the wings upward to
give them the look of flying. I hope you enjoy my card, and so stop by again for
another scrappinfab day.


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  2. Super pretty! Love those butterflies :o) Hugs!

  3. Gorgeous card! A girl can never have too many butterflies on her cards... lol!!


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