First card: I die cut the Fancy Butterfly using a print created using Gel Plate and acrylic ink. For a look of the original print, please visit my blog: Escape To Stamping.
I love that subtle shimmery gold on the bright purple/pink background. Before I die cut, I adhere a piece of Stick It Adhesive sheet to the back of the print. Afterward, I just peel off the backing and stick it on the postage die cut. Easy peasy! 🙂
On my postage stamp die cut (cut using Hero Arts Postage Stamp Infinity Dies) I stamped various postmarks with grey shadow ink. The whole panel is adhere to green pattern card base with foam adhesive.
So after I am done with this one, I looked at the leftovers, namely the negative die cut and the small pieces. I thought why not create a second card using them?! I stick the negative butterfly onto a lime green panel, use a butterfly die cut cut on scrap as guide and stick back the larger manageable pieces.
Then I mount the whole panel onto a white card base stamped with Neon Pink script.
Here’s a close up shot you could see the shimmers.
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- Hero Arts Butterfly Fancy Die
- Stick It Adhesive Sheet
- Hero Arts Postage Stamp Infinity Dies
- Hero Arts Clear Stamp – Vintage Christmase, Travel Journal, Carte Postal
- Hero Arts Cling Stamp – Untitled Postmark
- Hero Arts Wood Mount Stamp – Old Letter Writting
- Hero Arts Neon Ink Dauber – Pink
- Memories Shadow Ink – Grey