In the last class featuring Dragonflies and Butterflies, we used a quick and easy technique for creating a colorful butterfly that coordinated with the card’s colors. To make your own “designer” paper that coordinates with your card, simply select three colors and use a variety of background stamps to randomly stamp on a piece of neutral cardstock. Using the medium butterfly die from the Butterflies Thinlets to cut the butterfly. The Classic Stampin’ Pad ink colors used for creating the butterfly on the card below are: Island Indigo, Cucumber Crush and Daffodil Delight. Background stamps from Timeless Textures, Gorgeous Grunge and Dragonfly Dreams were used but any background stamp can be used.
Colorful Butterfly greeting card using Stampin’ Up! Butterflies Thinlits Dies, Island Indigo, Cucumber Crush and Daffodil Delight Ink Colors
The color combinations are endless and I find this technique very useful when I just do not seem to have the perfect paper for a project. Be sure to give it a try!
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oops! forgot to note that the fern leaves stamp is from Butterfly Basics (Clear Mount #138816, Wood Mount #138813)
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