Busy madness going on here!
Just thought I would share one that I taught at an awesome store in Dayton called Simply Scrapbooks. I normally don’t travel to teach at stores (just too many I would love to go to!), but this one is less than an hour away. And it is an incredible store! (I have a link in the sidebar to my very local store, Stamp Your Art Out. Love that place, too. I teach there often. I have never seen a store with so many stamps! Can you say "heaven?!")
OK… blabbing… can you tell I am procrastinating getting stuff done? Hee.
This one looks odd in the photo. The background is much softer in real life. For the butterfly, I stamped it with Versamark ink on vellum and heat embossed with white powder. I adhered just the body of the little guy onto the card, then rolled up a mini glue dot and tucked it under each wing. This makes the wings stick up and stay there. Love doing that with little butterflies. And, of course, I used some vintage text book paper – a favorite of mine for cards.
Memories Sand Ink
May Arts velvet ribbon
Other: vintage text paper and vellum
If you want to see an awesome card using that butterfly set, check this out. Lisa Spangler did it and it was one of my favorite cards in the catalog.
Have a great night. I am excited about watching Celebrity Apprentice. Is anyone else lovin’ Trace Adkins? He really surprised me. I really like him…