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Another Idea Cased

August 21, 2017

Here is another card inspired by one I saw when I was browsing the internet on Saturday.   This one is inspired by one share by Angelique Nederpel in a blog hop post.  I loved her layout and the use of a butterfly which inspired me to break out my butterfly stamps.  I stamped the border image from the Watercolour Wings stamp set across the Whisper White card using Fresh Fig ink.  I attached a piece of Tranquil Tide paper from the Florals Designer Series Paper Stack.  I stamped the greeting from the Window Shopping stamp set below the stamping using Fresh Fig ink.  I attached the stamped panel to scored and folded Fresh Fig card.  I stamped the first image for the large butterfly from the Watercolour Wings stamp set onto scrap Whisper White card using Powder Pink ink.  I stamped the second image over the top using Berry Burst ink.  The third image is stamped using Fresh Fig ink.  I cut the image using the matching Bold Butterfly Framelit Die.  I stamped the body of the butterfly using Fresh Fig ink.  I cut the matching detailed butterfly from Vellum Cardstock using the matching Butterflies Thinlits Die.  I attached the Vellum butterfly to the stamped butterfly using Glue Dots along the back of the body.  I attached the butterfly to the card front also using Glue Gots along the back of the body only.  I did fluff the wings a little so as it has some dimension.

To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the dotted border image across the bottom of the Whisper White card using Fresh Fig ink.  I stamped the small butterfly image onto scrap Whisper White using Powder Pink ink.  I stamped the detailed image over the top using Berry Burst ink.  I cut the butterfly using the matching Butterflies Thinlits Die and then stamped the body using Fresh Fig ink.  I attached the butterfly image onto the lower left hand corner of the Whisper White card.

Thanks again Angelique for the inspiration to create my card.

Bye for now,

Kris

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  1. August 29, 2017 9:36 am

    So soft & great use of the DSP & stamp set as I am never too sure how to use this wonderful set.

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