Butterfly Card Just In Time For Spring!

Remember the technique we learned on yesterday’s Money-Saving Monday post?  Well, I finished the card and thought it was just silly to wait til Wednesday to post it, so here it is a day early!

So I won’t go into any massive detail about the making of this card since you saw most of it yesterday.  I did, however, decide to use some Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Peacock Feathers to add some color to the white cardstock.  I lightly inked around the images leaving some white space to imply sky and clouds.  Oh, and in case you would like to try this particular card, I used Garden Art and Lots of Words Stamp Sets, both from Mark’s Finest Papers.  Next, I used a white Gelly Roll pen to color the bodies of the butterflies and then used a Stardust pen to give a little shine to their bodies and highlight some places on their wings.  Some matting and a simple sentiment with some brads finishes this baby off!!

Hopefully, you can see a little of the sparkle in the photo above!

Thanks for all the sweet and useful feedback about yesterday’s MSM post.  I plan on getting back to the blog’s “roots” and doing lots more like that!  Stay tuned!!

Happy Scrapping!
~Amy E

Amy England

Creator of the Scrap This Save That blog and Youtube channel and curator of a ridiculous amount of paper crafting supplies!

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5 Comments

  1. Migdalia says:

    This is very PRETTY!!

  2. Nana says:

    Absolutely beautiful. Love the shading effect and stunning butterflies.
    Have a creative day.
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  3. stampingbowd says:

    this is such a pretty card!!! Love the 2 step stamping! We will miss you at MFP! Hugs and I will see around blogland! 🙂

  4. stampingbowd says:

    this is such a pretty card!!! Love the 2 step stamping! We will miss you at MFP! Hugs and I will see around blogland! 🙂

  5. Karenladd says:

    Wow, so beautiful. That soft wash of color added to the cardstock is perfect with the butterflies!

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