This was a difficult design to come up with but I like how it turned out. I used techniques and items that I learned and picked up at Scrapbook expo in Oaks PA a few weeks ago. I had a lot of fun with this.
I used the Butterfly Pivot Card Cutting Die on pick card stock of a standard card size. Then used the die for the blue/purple card stock to cover the inside and outside of card.
I used the butterfly dies that came with the set on cloudy velum which I used the quick quote chalks and decorated the velum. I love these inks.
I am learning different ways to use them all the time. I also used a blending pen with the chalk inks to distress the cutout butterflies of the card.
I used the heartfelt flower stamps colored with spectrum nor markers for the flowers on the inside and outside of the card. Used the die cuts to cut out the flowers.
I used the Ellentina Cutting dies on the tin can to cut out the dragonflies which I colored with spectrum nor markers giving them a bright color.
The quotes and the moth are stamped with glue and glitter used to highlight the stamps. This was a technique I learned at the Scrapbook Expo from Rubber Café.
I used some frames I cut out from the Cricut/Gypsy to edge the card and to highlight the quotes. I used the glitter tape from Walmart to outline the edges.
I hope everyone enjoys this card.
Stampin up -Moth stamp from Best of Butterflies
Heartfelt Creations – Quotes from HCPC 3377 Sympathy Sentiment set
Heartfelt Creations- Flowers stamp HCPC 3502 Mini vintage Floret set
Elizabeth Craft Designs – 767 Butterfly Pivot Card Cutting Die
Ellentina Cutting dies – DCN003/DCN005 Dragonflies
Heartfelt Creations - Vintage Floret HCD727 Design die template
Rubber Café – You’re so fine glitter: Princess Pink, Terrifically Teal, Hunter Green
Studio G – Glitter Tape
Stickle – Orange/yellow
Shoestring – Glitter glaze
Quick Quotes Chalking Inks – Pink Cheeks, Plum Crazy, Very Berry, Blue Hawaiian
Spectrum Nor Markers
Stampin up – Blending pen
Card Stock – Pink/blue/purple marble
Fanta Tin Can
Rubber Café – Glue