Feb 15 2010

Shades of Spring Butterflies

Stampin' Up! Beautiful Wings

I don’t know about you but I am so ready for Spring!

While it isn’t spring outside yet, this card is a little bit of spring indoors. Here, I used the Shades of Spring designer series paper and the Beautiful Wings embosslit die to create this pretty card. Can you see the textured impressions on the butterflies? They are sooo pretty!

And so easy to make with the new Beautiful Wings embosslit die. As you can see later in this post, this die creates multiple butteflies perfect for using on cards and pages. The butterflies can even be layered together for a different fun look.

I added Certainly Celery satin ribbon and a greeting from the Well Scripted stamp set to finish the card.

This stamp set is perfect for making lots of any occasion cards.  I recommend that when you sit down to stamp that you make cards in multiple of 4. And when you use a greeting set like Well Scripted, you can add the greeting only as you need a card. If you have a few of these cards all ready to go, you can stamp, punch and adhere the greeting just before you give the card to a friend.  I try to always have a few cards ready to give that can be adapted for any occasion. 

 

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Stamps: Well Scripted (W117072, C118601 – page 19 Occasions Mini)

Ink: Certainly Celery Classic. Orchid Opulence Marker

Paper: Shades of Spring DSP ($13.25, #117160), Orchid Opulence, Certainly Celery, Very Vanilla, So Saffron

Punches: Wide Oval

Other: Certainly Celery Satin Ribbon ($13.95, #117288), Stampin’ Up! Beautiful Wings Embosslit Die ($15.95, #118138) 

 

 

Beautiful Wings Embosslit

 

 Stampin’ Up! Beautiful Wings Embosslit Die

$15.95, #118138

Page 24 Occasions Mini Catalogue

 

Shades of Spring DSP

Shades of Spring Designer Series Paper

$13.25, #117160, 12 sheets – 2 each of 6 designs

Page 25 Occasions Mini Catalogue

 

Don’t think it, ink it!

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One Response to “Shades of Spring Butterflies”

  1. Miss Imaginationon 26 Feb 2010 at 1:04 pm

    Love this! Thanks for sharing, great use of the DSP!

    – Elizabeth

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