This card was the second project we made in my recent Mum & Me Class. You can view the first project here if you missed it. My card was a result of using scraps of retired paper that I have a stash of. I did not set out with a polka-dotty theme in mind, it just kinda happened :-)
Such a super easy card yet so effective - these butterflies are just so intricate and lovely - try in different colours! With the PYO strawberries season still open, perhaps, like Rachel, you're thinking Strawberry Slush:
Or, Jill's Elegant Eggplant might be more your flavour?
Or how about a tribute to our beloved - the monarch butterflies:
This is the result of the passion and care and patience of the lovely talented 12 year old Miss Julliette!
What do ya think? Are you convinced now that you ought to get these Butterflies Thinlit dies?
By the way, if you have had bad experience in the past with intricate dies, never fear! Dryer sheet - yes, that's right, and you can get them in NZ! - is your answer to having a fuss free intricate die cut. There are quite a few youtube videos you can view how this works, so feel free to check 'em out. I have included one here that is nice and short ie under 5 minutes.
Thanks for visiting and Happy Stampin'!
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