Hi card making friends and welcome back. I was digging around in my “purchased but not used” bin again and came up with this lovely Butterfly in Bloom by Catherine Pooler. I decided it was high time to get it a little inky. This was a super fast and easy card to make and took me about 20 minutes. Check the instructions below.
How to create the Butterfly in Bloom Card:
Use the Misti to stamp the butterfly image in Hero Arts Intense Black Ink. I used my new STICKY MATS for this and they work great.
Once the ink is dry, color the image with Copic Markers and then cut out.
COPIC MARKERS USED:
Purple: V13, V15, V17
Blue: B12, B24, B26
Teal BG53, BG45, BG57
Creating the Background:
Spray Pixie Spray onto the back of the Geometric Arces Stencil from Simon Says Stamp and place it over a 4 x 5-1/4 piece of white cardstock.
(I must apologize, I didn’t realize this stencil was retired until I started doing the product list, so I have linked a few others that would look just as nice).
Use blending brushes to add Simon Says Stamp’s Pawsitivily Inks in Surf and Royal.
Next, once you have a nice even blend of color, remove the stencil and add a light layer of more ink to get rid of the white between the ink lines.
Attach this to a top folding A2 White Card Base.
Place the card back into the Misti and stamp the sentiment in black. (I really love the font on this sentiment, don’t you?)
Finally, Use foam squares to add the butterfly and embellish with Picket Fence Studios Purple Side of a Rainbow Gem Mix.
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