Monday, April 25, 2016

March Birthdays #2

This is my sister's card.  It is a card from Brandy Cox.  She is a SU Demonstrator and often does 10 cards in 20 minutes.  This is from one of her YouTube videos.  I did make some minor changes and not many.  It is important to me to give credit to the original designer.  It is unethical to take credit for someone else's work.

This card is made with all SU products using 
two stamp sets; Butterfly Basics and Gorgeous Grunge.
The inks used are SU Hello Honey, Old Olive, Wisteria 
Wonder, and Early Espresso.  

Using the Butterfly Basics stamp set stamp the following.
First stamp the fern in Old Olive stamping off twice 
to get the three ferns.  Then stamp the honeycomb
three times using Hello Honey.  Stamp the sentiment 
in Wisteria Wonder at the bottom left.  
Then using Gorgeous Grunge dots stamp in a 
random pattern using Early Espresso ink.  Repeat 
this pattern inside the card and on the envelope.

Stamp the butterfly from Butterfly Basics on a 
scrap piece of Whisper White paper using 
Wisteria Wonder ink.  Then cut it out using 
SU Bold Butterfly Framelits on the Big Shot.  
Use dimensionals to place the butterfly 
on the front of the card.  You can
 lightly fold the butterfly in the middle to
make it appear to be flying.

After you have repeated the pattern from the 
front of the card. Stamp the butterfly.  I would move
 the fern up higher so you can see the butterfly better.
Then add the sentiment from the Butterfly Basics 
stamp set.

This is the front of the envelope.  Again, move 
the fern up higher to all the butterfly to shine..

This is the back flap of the envelope.  I like carrying 
the theme of the card on the back sometimes.

This is the envelope liner from purple butterfly 
paper I had in my very large stash. 

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