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Sunday, April 2, 2017

Welcome Card featuring Butterfly Basics

I love what I do so much that I can't help but share it with the world! And, I feel truly blessed every time someone chooses to join my team.

For today's project, I use the Butterfly Basics Stamp Set to create this gorgeous welcome card especially for my newest team members! All my new team members receive a special handmade card in their welcome package from me! It's my way of expressing how truly grateful I am that they chose my team!

Now it's your turn! Use your creativity and the Butterfly Basics Stamp Set from the new Annual Catalog (page 113) to create some gorgeous butterfly masterpieces of your own.

Check out today's video tutorial and be inspired to transform paper into a little work of art.


Do you want to learn how to make more projects like this one? And have a chance to earn free products? All while having fun hanging out with your girlfriends? Ask me how you can host your very own Stampin' Up! Party!





Be sure to check out the list of supplies I used below and if you want to order any of them just click on the link or contact me.

Supply List
137154 - Butterfly Basics Photopolymer Stamp Set
137360 - Butterflies Thinlits Dies
141708 - Layering Squares Framelits Dies
126282 - Pool Party Classic Stampin Pad
126974 - Early Espresso Classic Stampin Pad
140272 - Whisper White 8-1/2" X 11" Thick Cardstock
100730 - Whisper White 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
122924 - Pool Party 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
135315 - Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper
142770 - Tasty Treats Specialty Designer Series Paper
104332 - Snail Adhesive
104430 - Stampin' Dimensionals
103683 - Mini Glue Dots
102300 - Bone Folder 
133773 - Sponge Daubers
103579 - Paper Snips
119246 - Rhinestone Basic Jewels
141701 - Delicate White Doilies
143263 - Big Shot

6 comments:

  1. Lovely! So soft and feminine, it will be a perfect birthday card for my niece. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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    1. Thank you so much, Debra. I just know your niece is going to love it!

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  2. I really like your card style. The distressed, shabby look is my favorite. Your videos are so detailed with clear directions, so easy to follow. Question: why do you sometimes use your glossy accents as your glue? I always think of it as a decorative shiny element that I sometimes like to dress up my cards with. Just curious if I missed something and would benefit by using it. Thank you so much!!!

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    1. Thank you so much for the encouragement, Mindy! If distressed and shabby are your favorites, you are definitely in the right! I use glossy accent when making flowers. I have found that it works best at holding the flowers together.

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