Monday, 6 March 2017


Hi friends... thanks for popping by and welcome to a new follower, Shirley-Anne :)

The base card I have used is an A5 white card with scalloped edging.  To this I added mat and layers of pretty red paper, from my stash, alternating with white card and finishing with a red top layer.  I used both the outer and inner dies from the Cascading Butterflies set to create the main focal point.  Once cut I then embossed the butterflies using *Ocean Waves EF.  These were then adhered to the card and the outer die cut was placed on top of the image.  I sprinkled a little Glamour Dust around the outer parts of the butterflies,
I then cut and embossed 3 of the Daisy Cluster Die Set in black and adhered these together to give some dimension and with the other set of the 3 flower die I cut and embossed that onto white card.  These were then adhered to the daisy cluster and black flat back pearls were added to the centres. 
To complete I added  3 more black flat back  pearls to the top right of the card, stamped a verse and inserted it inside the card
*If you click onto the card image you will see the embossed detail on the butterflies

Tomorrow is Tuesday Tutorial, it'll be good to see you here again

Thank you for visiting, your comments are so appreciated

June x
  • Cascading Butterflies Die Set by SW for CE
  • Ocean Wave EF by SW for CE
  • Daisy Cluster Die Set by SW for CE
  • Glamour Dust by DecoArt


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