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Butterfly Thanks

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Doesn’t this butterfly look great??

 

It’s an idea I’ve CASED from Kirsty Brown. Kirsty was one of the Australian Demonstrators at Convention who did a Workshop WOW presentation for us. You can check out the card she did for the presentation here. Kirsty used a technique on her card but I decided to just use some of our gorgeous Designer Series Paper instead. I will be making more though and will definitely put the rest of Kirsty’s presentation idea into another.

 

I’ve combined Kirsty’s idea with a challenge, surprisingly so, for my creation today. 

 

The challenge is from The Paper Players and is Challenge #50.

 

 

So would you like to see the whole card?

 

Here it is.

 

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I’m not sure I like how the sentiment ended up on this one but it’s actually covering up a ‘first’ idea which I didn’t like at all.  You may also notice that the inside has an edge of the image stamped down the side and some of the DSP the butterfly is cut from along the bottom to carry the look through. 

 

Supplies:
Stamp set: Notably Ornate, Thank You Kindly
Card: Basic Black, Riding Hood Red, Very Vanilla, Love Letters DSP, Neutrals Pattern Stack – Very Vanilla, Regals Pattern Stack – Riding Hood Red
Ink: Basic Black, Riding Hood Red
Accessories: Big Shot, Beautiful Butterflies die, Basic Jewels – Pearls, Very Vanilla 1/8” Taffeta Ribbon, Stampin’ Dimensionals, 2-Way Glue Pen, Snail Adhesive.

 

I’d love to hear what you think of my creation so please leave me a comment.

 

Till next time….

 

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11 comments to Butterfly Thanks

  • Your card is gorgeous Nikki! I love everything about it, especially the butterfly and how you stamped behind it. The pearls are the perfect finishing touch. Thank you so much for playing along with The Paper Players this week.

  • Wow Nikki,
    I think your card is lovely. The butterfly, the use of DSP and the matching inside all make for a gorgeous card that will be appreciated so much by its recipient!
    Thanks for joining us at the Paper Players!
    Smiles,
    Lesley

  • Nikki! I love the butterfly! The combination of colors, stamping and DSP are beautiful! Thank you for playing this week with the Paper Players!

    Lauri

  • Nikki, I just love how this came out! Your butterfly looks so fabulous framed in the stamped image. Such an elegant mix of colors and papers, too. The little touch of ribbon is a perfect accent, too. Thank you so much for joining us at The Paper Players this week! 🙂

  • Christy QNo Gravatar

    This is beautiful, Nikki. The colors are gorgeous and I love the pearls on the butterfly and the ribbon antennae.

  • So lovely! I’ve often wondered how these would work together but never made it happen–the butterflies are FABulous! Love your colors and how the butterfly is perched on the image from Notably Ornate. So glad you could join us at The Paper Players this week!

  • Nikki
    I LOVE this card. The ribbon for the antennae is a fabulous touch. I love the colors you chose and the pearls are perfect. The four layers on the butterfly are gorgeous.
    so glad you shared this with the Paper Players this week
    Jaydee

  • Lovely, Nikki! I have had this die on my wish list for a long time…..all the beautiful things I see with it, I just don’t know why I don’t break down & get it! I love the color combo and DPs you’ve used! Thanks for playing with the Paper Players Kind Thanks challenge this week!

  • What a fabulous butterfly, Nikki! It makes such a stunning statement! Your entire card is so classy and elegant with its mix of designer paper patterns! I love the touch of pearls, too! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players this week!

  • Congratulations on being “A Cut Above” at The Paper Players this week Nikki!

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