Birthday butterflies

It can be deceiving just what goes into make a card "clean and simple."   Check out my notes below to read the steps involved in making this card so you won't go wrong.


Fiona's notes:
  • Work on the top layer of cardstock first by punching out the large butterfly first and
  • Then using butterflies punched out of sticky note paper, position them them next to the large butterfly and punch over the top of them
  • Stamp the sentiment onto the top layer of cardstock
  • Stamp two small and two large butterflies
  • Score one of the larger butterflies down the middle and fold up the wings then glue down a small piece of natural twine and gently split it at the top
  • Place (not adhere) the top piece of cardstock onto the bottom where you'd like to later adhere it and using this as a guide adhere the three butterflies onto the main piece of cardstock
  • Using stampin dimensionals, pop up the top layer of cardstock
  • Finally use a stampin dimensional to stick the remaining large butterfly ontop of the one already stuck down and gently fold up the wings
Stamps: Kinda Eclectic, Something to Say  Inks: Rose Red, Sahara Sand  Papers: Whisper White thick  Accessories: Elegant Butterfly punch, Bitty Butterfly punch, Linen Thread, Stampin Dimensionals

Built for Free Using: My Stampin Blog

Inspiration from: Vicky Hayes - thanks so much!


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    1. So pleased you like it, Sue! Thanks so much for letting me know with a comment.


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