Saturday, April 25, 2020


Today's card is similar to yesterday's card but different too. I used the same butterfly die from the Wings of Joy Dies but this time I did some ink smooshing. First I grabbed some watercolor paper and all the ink colors used in the Flutter's & Blooms Patterned Paper - Pink Champagne, Shea Butter, Seafoam, Spruce, Sangria and Royal Treatment. Here's a peek at the paper. 

I pressed the ink pad onto a large stamping block, spritzed it with a little water and then smooshed the paper into the ink in a few spots. I used my heat tool to dry the paper and then moved on to the next ink color repeating the process until the paper was covered. When done I cut out a butterfly.

For the background I used the Flower Burst Cover Plate - this may be my favorite item in the release - but instead of using it as a die I embossed with it. To do this you need an embossing mat. You make your 'sandwich' in this way - cutting plate, die (facing up), card stock, embossing mat, cutting plate. This is what works for me and my machine - sometimes I need to add a piece of copy paper depending on the die. 
I love the texture and detail it adds.

The sentiment was kept really simple so as not to compete with the butterfly and the background.

This Collection hits the shop on April 29th but if you're a StampNation member then you get to order early - on April 27th - how cool is that! Not a member? Don't worry - click HERE to check it out.

Have you grabbed your FREE download yet? This is the perfect sentiment to send to loved ones during these crazy times. Click HERE to grab yours.

Happy Stampin'
and thanks so much for visiting!

Stay safe everyone!!


Shopping list:

Please note that the new products are linked but won't go live in the shop until release day

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