Cupcake Medium DIY Pallet Shape
Clear Scraps Medium DIY Pallet -- Jar of Togetherness

Hello Friend Cards by Steph

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today showcasing the Fancy Butterflies Chipboard Embellishments. 

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The chipboard butterflies are perfect for all your  projects, but I wanted to use them on some much needed cards.

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Using an assortment of inks, I colored the butterflies then added embossing powder to give them a bit of shine.

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Using spritzed papers from my stash, I placed the 6" Post/Flowers Stencil on top, then used assorted inks to add color.

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Removing and realigning the stencil, I added a 3rd flower.  For shine, I added embossing powder and heat set.

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The stenciled panel was matted with green cardstock, then added to a yellow card.

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The largest butterfly was added to the card at it's body only.  I let the wings stay free, so it appears the butterfly is flying.  A stamped phrase was then added to the corner of the card with pop dots for dimension.

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My second card is also a spritzed panel that was embossed and die cut.

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A double row of cattails was added to the bottom of the card.  The panel was then matted with blue cardstock and added to the card.  A stamped phrase was then added to the corner of the card with pop dots for dimension.

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Thanks for stopping by.

Steph

Other Supplies:  Spray inks: LindyStampGang; Ink: Memento; Dies: Lawn Fawn; Stamps: Tim Holtz

 

 

 

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