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Happy Birthday Ava

April 5, 2021

Today I thought I would share the card I made for my youngest granddaughter who celebrated her 11th birthday recently. I attached a piece of the Butterfly Bijou 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper (sold out) to scored and folded Misty Moonlight card. I attached a panel to the centre of the card front cut from Magenta Madness card. I die cut Basic White card using the Ornate Layers Dies and stamped “happy birthday” from the A Grand Kid stamp set using Misty Moonlight ink.

I embossed the stamped panel using the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder and attached it to the card front. I die cut one of the patterns from the Butterfly Bijou Designer Series Paper which gave me six butterflies to work with.

I picked two butterflies and curled the wings using my bone folder. I attached the two butterflies to the card front using mini dimensionals underneath the curled wings and glue dots in the centre of the body. To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the greeting from the A Grand Kid stamp set using Misty Moonlight ink. I attached another of the die cut butterflies next to the greeting. After completing Ava’s card, I was left with three butterflies, so, of course, I had to make another card. This time the card base is Thick Basic White card and the additional layer of card is Just Jade. I have also used Just Jade ink to add the greetings to the front and inside of the card. I really love the way these turned out. So pretty.

You have to love that there is no work involved in creating these gorgeous butterflies, other than cutting the paper. Thank you Stampin’ Up! for making it so easy.

Bye for now,

Kris

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  1. April 5, 2021 6:03 am

    Beaitiful cards

    Like

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