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Stitched and Glimmer Butterflies

Howdy my card making friends.  Today I have some Stitched and Glimmer Butterflies to share with you as part of the Spellbinders BLOG HOP for the May Club Kits.  The kits this month all have a “stitched” theme to them, but I’m also sharing how you can create with these kits and NOT STITCH.  I have heard from a few readers that don’t love to stitch, LOL.  I get that.  And, there is also a give away, see details below.

I poked my fingers so many times stitching these butterflies I was wondering why I like it so much haha.  Of course I was watching a movie and not paying proper attention, so it’s not the butterflies fault, LOL.

There is a give away for today’s hop too, so check out all the wonderful creations and leave comments along the way for your chance to win. (info below).

 

All supplies are linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails at the end of this post. Compensated affiliate links are used at no cost to you and product disclosure is below.  As always, I appreciate your support of my Blog and YouTube Channel.

 

Glimmer and Stitched handmade greeting card using new card making products from Spellbinders

Today’s cards are creating with the Glimmer of the Month Kit today called Stitched Glimmer Butterflies.  There are numerous dies in this kit including two butterflies, one face on, and one sideways.  Also, dies that allow you to stitch the butterfly wings, cut them, or just layer the die cuts.  Finally, and a pretty selection of sentiments to foil and add to your cards.  So many fun options.

Create the card fronts with the May Embossing Folder of the month, Faux Stitch.  It’s one of the new Multi Size Folders being large enough to emboss 4 different card sizes as shown below with last month’s folder.

Spellbinders Embossing Folders

Glimmer and Stitched handmade greeting card using new card making products from Spellbinders

Creating the Stitched Glimmer Butterflies Cards:

Let’s start with the stitched card first.

Die cut the butterfly and then use blending brushes to add Festive Berries and Dried Marigold Oxide Inks to the butterflies.

Once the ink is dry, use gold DMC cotton thread to stitch the pieces.

Next, die cut the bodies from gold card stock and glue together.

Then, use the Faux Stitch embossing folder to emboss the card front before attaching it to the card base.

Finally, add the butterflies using foam squares and some Gold Mix Color Essential Gems.

Glimmer and Stitched handmade greeting card using new card making products from Spellbinders

Die Cut Inlaid Butterfly Card:

For the second card, reverse the colors.  Blend the embossed card front in Festive Berries, Spiced Marmalade and Dried Marigold distress oxide Ink and leave the butterflies white.

Next die cut the butterflies and the inside wing pieces with the dies that cut out the pieces.  Die cut them again in colored cardstock and inlay the colors into the white bases.

TIP – I place small pieces of scotch tape on the back of the white die cuts to hold the colored inlaid pieces.

Next, die cut the bodies in gold and glue together.

Finally, mount the card front to the white top folding A2 sized card base and add the butterflies using foam squares to pop them up.

Additionally, embellish with Gold Mix Color Essential gems.

Want More Inspiration from this month’s kits?

I shared this card using the Small Die of the Month Kit for May

Giveaway:
To celebrate this release, we are giving away a $25 gift certificate to 3 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments left on our blog. Giveaway closes on Sunday, May 15th, 11:59 pm MST. The winner will be announced the Spellbinders blog hop post the following Wednesday. The winner is responsible for shipping costs, duties, and taxes.

 Please note, store credit (gift certificate) cannot be applied to Club Subscriptions. Store credit can be applied to shop past Club products, Club extras and regular releases.

 

It’s time to visit the rest of the design team for more fabulous inspiration: – You’ve arrived from Becca Feeken’s blog and next on the hop is the amazing Yasmin Diaz.  

If you get lost along the way, here is a list of all the stops.

Spellbinders Blog

Bibi Cameron

Becca Feeken

Sandi MacIver – you are here

Yasmin Diaz

Kelly Taylor

Jennifer Kotas

Jean Manis

Jill Hilliard

Virginia Lu

Carrie Rhoades

Sandra Nagel

Alanna Moses

Ilina Crouse

Linh Van

Hussena Calcuttawala

Rosemary Dennis

Birgit Norton

Michelle Short

Melody Rupple

 

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Card Making Supplies used for the Spellbinders Stitched Glimmer Butterflies Cards:

Here are the products I used today.  Compensated affiliate links used  where available at no cost to you.

When you click on a thumbnail link and shop you are supporting my website allowing me to continue bringing you new projects and videos.  Thank you for your support.  Affiliate and product disclosure can be found on my disclosure page.  All products were personally purchased except for Spellbinders Glimmer of the Month Kit which were provided/sponsored by the company.  As always, I was not paid to do this post.  I only use and recommend products I love.  Click on the icons below each product picture to go to my favorite stores.



 

 

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74 thoughts on “Stitched and Glimmer Butterflies”

  1. Debbie Becker

    Can Glimmer butterflies be used with regular paper or only foil? I’m new at this and I am just learning to use dies. I really love the stitched dies and always looking for new ones.

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