Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Tri shutter Birthday Card

We celebrated my friend Cheryl's b-day today and so now I can post the card I made for her. It was a lot of fun, but took some time to complete since I kept adding (maybe a little too much! lol). There are 2 purple butterflies adhered back to back with a piece of hemp sandwiched between them. The hemp is then anchored to the top and bottom panels with glue dots and punched flowers are adhered with glue dots to cover the ends of the hemp. This butterfly is carefully twisted and then the card is closed. When the card is opened it spins on the hemp. It only lasts a second, but it's cool. The pink butterfly has a rhinestone brad through it and is attached with a dimensional. Cheryl loves glitter, so I added dazzling diamonds glitter to the upsy daisy flower focal point on the front of the card, which i had colored with markers. Finally, the flower image is stamped on the back panel in white craft ink directily on the dsp and embossed with white ep. Thanks for looking! Hope you are inspired to stamp.
sets-upsy daisy, flight of the butterfly
cs -whisper white, lovely lilac, almost amethyst dsp
ink- lovely lilac, almost amethyst, pretty in pink and pixie pink pads and markers, white craft pad
acces- butterfly punch, circle fire rhinestone brads, 1/16" punch, hemp, mini glue dots, dimensionals, white embossing powder
Happy Stamping! Mary

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