Jul 31, 2016

Butterflies And Change

Happy Sunday!
Donna Phelan  back again to share a quick little card with you today!

My card uses the beautiful Butterfly Exhibit die set from Memory BoxThis particular die set was out of stock at the time of writing.....however you could easily use a number of butterfly die sets to create this look, here are 2 of my favorites;

Memory Box
Colette Butterfly Branch

Memory Box
Hovering Butterfly Frame

I am certain either of those would make stunning cards!

I die cut my butterflies from Toner Paper and then ran it through my Mini Minc Machine to add this gorgeous Hot Pink Foil.  It really picks up all of the delicate and intricate designs.  Adhered them on to a panel of white card stock with Swiss Dots Embossing texture.  Little circle dots stamped in Frost White ink. 

Sentiment stamped on to a strip of Vellum using Marcasite Embossing Powder, a perfect match to my die cuts.  And those handy dandy little foiled butterflies are great for hiding the adhesive. 

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  1. A stunning butterfly card Donna! I love the foiling and the vellum sentiment is just perfect.

  2. OH WOW this is SOOOOOO pretty! Love your design! Great job Donna!

  3. Gorgeous, that foil is so pretty on them and I love the vellum sentiment over it with the butterflies on either side!!

  4. Such a lovely, classy, black and white card, Donna! It's very uplifting and encouraging. Fantastic use of those die cuts, and vellum!

  5. Very pretty pink and black card..........switch the pink foil for black and you have a masculine card as well. One design works well for both.

  6. This is so pretty! What lovely shimmery butterflies!!

  7. love the colors you use. Beautifully done


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