Take a look at Therese’s card:
When I say it I was taken back. Her butterfly was so pretty and I love how she broke it up.
I still can’t figure how she did it. It looks like embossing paste but how did she stamp on that. Then I thought she stamped the image and then use her die cut to cut the panel. That made more sense but still I was intrigued.
So I decided to to give this card a try.
On August 8th, 2014 I posted a picture of a Jamaican butterfly that I fell in love with on Instragram, wishing all Jamaican’s Happy Independence Day. I also mentioned that that butterfly would be my next butterfly card inspiration.
Here is the picture of the butterfly:
Here is my card:
Here is the card flat:
So how did I create this card? Here you go:
2. I colored the butterfly with Copic markers G28 and Y13.
3. I used Papertrey Ink Stripes Horizontal Cover Plate and cut the card panel.
4. I used Papertrey Ink Wet Paint to stamp my sentiment on one of the horizontal die cuts.
5. I carefully placed the strip back in place but lifting some of them with foam adhesive.
6. I had a couple of Lawn Fawn Scripty Hello die cut already so I adhered two together for thickness. I use glue and added it to the front of my card.
7. I added Clear Wink of Stella to the butterfly and the hello.
So what do you think? Did my card pass this Muse test?
Please let me know!