Good morning. Have you noticed that the days are getting longer now? Yes, they are, a sure sign that spring is making it’s way to us! Only a couple of months and we will see flowers begin to bloom and the butterflies return to our gardens. So what better way to prepare than to make a card with butterflies.
With inspiration from the Stamping 411 sketch #190. There’s nothing like a great sketch to get the imagination working.
The old olive piece was embossed with the Vintage Wallpaper Embossing folder and the Big Shot. I gave the same treatment to the narrow piece of Very Vanilla and matted it with Blushing Bride.
The Scallop Trim Border Punch added the pretty edging to the Very Vanilla.
The images in the stamp set, Bliss, co-ordinate beautifully and add a softness to the focal image. I just love those little butterflies flitting across that image, don’t you?
The taffeta ribbon and bow were finished off with a Flower Brad. All in all a pretty card, I hope you like it too.
Stamp Set: Bliss(SAB 123217)
Cardstock: Blushing Bride, Old Olive, Very Vanilla
Ink: Blushing Bride Classic(119786), Old Olive Classic(102277), Regal Rose Classic(105211)
Accessories: Big Shot(113439), Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder(120175), Scallop Trim Border Punch(118402), Flower Brad(112579), 3/8″ Old Olive Taffeta Ribbon(119767)
Thanks a bunch for stopping by today. I hope the rest of your weekend is relaxing and don’t forget to take some time to stamp something!