A New Take on a Butterfly Greeting Card Design!

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 Allison here with you today sharing a new butterfly greeting card design that I think you are going to love!

Crafting has been a silver lining during this crazy time, dontcha think? During this spell,  I have to admit I may have developed a slight addiction to tiny flower die cuts! In the card I’m making today, I used the mini leaves to create a rainbow trail following this 3 dimensional butterfly coloured with the new Color Fuse Inks.

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Here’s a little closer look at that fabulous “rainbow” of tiny flowers:

 

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This card was actually really easy to make. Here are the steps if you would like to create one of your own:

How I made this card using this butterfly greeting card design:
  1. I started by using the new Color Fuse Inks and blended the shades I chose for my rainbow on white card stock using a blending brush.
  2. These mini dies are fabulous as they cut multiples at the same time. I used the Tiny Leaves die cut to cut my leaves out of the colour fuse Ink sheets I blended.
  3. I glued my leaves down to a panel cut from the largest die in the Nested Deckle Rectangles Die Set. I stamped the sentiment “with love” from the Kitty Says Phrases #1 Clear Stamp Set in black Versamark ink and heat embossed in clear.
  4. Here’s the twist on the butterfly greeting card design idea. For the Two Part Butterfly #3 Die I blended the Color Fuse Ink Pads for the bottom die cut – I was very gentle and since these inks blend so beautifully I was able to keep the colors really soft. The top was cut from white card stock and glued on top. Foam tape was added under the leaves for dimension.

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Want to snag some of these inks? Head over to Rubbernecker, they are the best! 

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Thanks for stopping by and checking out this butterfly greeting card design – I am thinking it will work with ANY two part die cut!

Crafty Hugs, 

Allie

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