Feb 17, 2015

Butterflies and Flowers

Hello Dies R Us Friends!
Darlene here!  And, I don't know about you, but I am SO READY for butterflies and flowers!
Hence, the inspiration for today's card creation!

 I've used the following dies from the Dies R Us Store on today's card creation: 

I just love both of these butterfly dies!

  Both are so delicate looking and I really love how the tiny butterflies at the top of the corner die are cut in such a manner that you can lift the wings for dimension!  I've added a touch of diamond Stickles to each little butterfly on the corner die for sparkle & texture.

The Devine Butterfly was actually cut from a scrap of the design paper used for the background on my card.   I then sponged on a bit of Tim Holtz 'salty ocean' & 'picked raspberry' distress inks to achieve the color.  And, lastly covered it with diamond Stickles.  SO PRETTY IRL!!

It's amazing how quickly (and beautifully) a card can come together with just a few die cuts!  Be sure to pop over to the store to find all the new release dies available for purchase.  And remember, if by chance it is 'Out of Stock', just click on the Put Me On The Waiting List button, add your information and you'll be notified by email when it's back in stock.  It truly doesn't take long at all!!
 All the fine details on these cards can be seen on my personal blog found here.

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Our Current Challenge Theme: FLOURISHES

Please stop back tomorrow when Sherri has a real BEAUTY to share with you!
Reminder:  our design team has a NEW inspirational creation to share with you each day Monday through Friday!  So if you are EVER in need of inspiration ... please stop in!
Have a fabulous day!


  1. Darlene, great design using all those dies! Beautiful card!

  2. Beautiful card, Darlene! Now I want that Sylvan corner!

  3. This card is so you, Darlene :) great job, beautifully done!


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