I love the Natural Touch Specialty Paper that is the background for these beautiful butterflies. Create these pretty, sponged butterflies with the new Butterfly Brilliance stamp set and dies! Download the PDF file for all the instructions.
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I love this fun fold card. The flowers are cut with the Meadow Dies from the Pearlescent Specialty Paper. LOVE that paper – it has a soft shine to it but also takes well to the awesome Blending Brushes. You have to try these brushes – they are wonderful. TIP: to clean them, just run under the faucet. I also found a jar that was taller than the brush and stood the brush in water – handle down. It soaked pretty much all of the ink from the brush!
I did use the blending brushes on the flowers and it gives them a really beautiful soft sheen! I also used the blending brushes on the brick background. Love the Blending Brushes!! Did I say that already?
I’m also in love with the 2021-22 IN color ribbons. This card is using the Evening Evergreen 3/8″ Open Weave ribbon. And this new IN color Evening Evergreen is so rich in color and goes beautifully with the Soft Succulent cardstock.
Download the PDF file with all instructions to make this card.
I just love the way the Designer Series Paper (DSP) makes such a beautiful background for this card. All the rest of the patterns in the DSP are just as beautiful! There is a also a tree and bird framelit so you don’t have to fussy cut the tree or birds. And to order any of the products to create this beautiful card, please shop in my store!
For all the instructions for creating this card, please download the PDF file below and enjoy!
I recently joined a Tutorial group of other ladies. We are all creating one card a month (with instructions) and I get to share those creations with you all!
I am posting the first one today. This particular one was my project. The stamp sets and dies that are used are recently retired, but I really like the card layout and wanted to share it with you. I have attached a PDF file with all the instructions for creating this card. Enjoy!