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Butterfly Healing

March 22, 2021

Today’s card is inspired by this card I found on Pinterest by Cheryl Curtis. I loved her card and thought I would create my own version. I only used one design of paper from the Forever Greenery Designer Series Paper which I attached to Pretty Peacock card. The panel is attached to Basic White card and then scored and folded Pretty Peacock card. I stamped the greeting from the Heal Your Heart stamp set (available free during Sale-a-bration) onto Basic White card using Pretty Peacock ink. I cut out the greeting using a Layering Oval Die and attached it to a scalloped oval cut from Pretty Peacock card using the same dies.

I stamped the butterfly image from the Butterfly Gala stamp set twice onto Basic White card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I used a Blending Brush to add Soft Sea Foam ink to the centre of each butterfly. Using a Blending Brush I added Pool Party ink to the centre of each wing and Pretty Peacock ink to the outside edge of each wing.

I stamped the butterfly bodies onto the butterflies using Memento Tuxedo Black ink before punching them out using the Butterfly Duet Punch. I curled the wings of one large and two small butterflies and attached them to the greeting panel using mini dimensionals under the wings and glue dots in the centre of the butterfly bodies. Once the butterflies were attached I stamped the antenae onto each butterfly using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. The greeting panel is attached to the card front using dimensionals. To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the greeting from the Peaceful Moments stamp set using Pretty Peacock ink. I attached the last butterfly near the greeting and stamped the antenae as before.

This is such a pretty card and I can’t thank Cheryl enough for the inspiration. The colours for the butterfly are the same ones used by Cheryl and they work so well together.

Bye for now,

Kris

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