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Today we're debuting the absolutely gorgeous Floral Butterfly Collection and I'm so excited because I just love butterflies!
"Experience the ease, and joy of creating intricate, and delicate butterflies, for large shaped cards or adding elegant accent pieces to get that perfect finishing touch! However you decide to use them, you’ll be delighted when creating, coloring, and shaping with your new butterfly collection.
Add the beauty of exquisite butterflies for crafting projects of all shapes and sizes! From shaped cards, focal points or adding finishing touches, the Floral Butterflies are the perfect addition to every crafty stash!
Stamp and die cut out floral and leafy decorative pieces, and create the most impressive shaped butterfly cards, as well as accenting your projects with smaller butterflies for that perfect finishing touch! Combine the stamps, dies, and paper collection to bring the most elegant butterflies to life, easier than you thought possible!
So join us as we add more fluttering beauty to our florals and papercrafting, and delight in the ease of bringing more life to our crafting projects...Introducing the NEW Floral Butterfly Collection!"
Heartfelt Creations Products Used:
Other Products: White Cardstock, Diecutting Machine, VersaMark, WOW Persian Indigo Embossing Glitter, Hot Glue Gun, Misti, Watercolor Paper, Sheer Shimmer Craft Spray Sparkle, Distress Oxide Inks Wilted Violet and Peacock Feathers
Instructions: Using the largest Large Floral Butterfly Die, place 1/4” above the fold of a 6 x 5” card base and cut. Using the same die, cut two more times, once from white cardstock and once from the Floral Butterfly Paper Collection, sheet 10B. Ink the edges of both using Distress Oxide Peacock Feathers ink, adhere together using dries clear adhesive and adhere to the butterfly shaped card base.
Stamp the Large Floral Butterfly image on watercolor paper using VersaMark, cover with WOW Persian Indigo Embossing Glitter and heat set using the Heat It Tool. Color the image using the Zig clean Color Real Brush Markers; Violet, Light Violet and Light Blue, diecut using the coordinating die and spray using sheer shimmer craft spray Sparkle. Lightly shape using the stylus and largest tip from the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit. Diecut again from white cardstock, trim off the antennae and ink the edges of this diecut using Peacock Feathers ink. Adhere the two diecuts together using dries clear glue on the body and double foam dots on the wings. Adhere to the card base using glue on the body only.
Stamp the Small Wild Roses on Deluxe Flower Shaping using Majestic Violet ink, color with distress oxide Peacock Feathers and Wilted Violet inks, diecut using the coordinating dies, shape using the Small 3D Wild Rose Shaping Mold and the groove golf tools. Cover the Rose Hip stamen with dries clear adhesive and dip in the crystal clear glitter. Using the groove golf tool, pierce holes in each petal and insert Rose Hip and Rock Candynstamens Adhere three same size flowers together, making sure to offset them, using hot glue to create the wild rose.
Stamp the fern images from the Floral Butterfly Accents Cling Stamp Set on Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper using Archival Olive ink, color using Vivid Chartreause and Olive inks and diecut using the coordinating die.
Sponge the flower and leaves with dries clear adhesive, sprinkle with Rajni Chawla’s crystal clear glitter and adhere to the butterfly.
Diecut the ‘thank you’ Ironwork Sentiments Die and mat layer from white cardstock, color the sentiment using the Peacock Feathers and Wilted Violet inks. Ink the edges of the mat layer with the same inks and adhere to the inside of the card.
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This is so gorgeous my friend!
Wow, this is beautiful, love these vibrant colors :)
This is a stunning card!! Love your vibrant colours that coordinate so well.
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