We had our monthly Stamp Share in person last week and it was so much fun! It was good to see everyone again. We have a great group of ladies and I've missed them! We talked about some business things like the retiring list and the new catalog, shared ideas and project tips, did some make & takes, and had our swap. This is the card I made for our swap:
...and the inside:
I used the Butterfly Bijou Designer Series Paper, which is sold out now. There were six different butterflies in the paper that coordinated with the dies, so I made six versions. I added Wink of Stella to the butterflies after I took these pictures.
Here they are all together:
Here's how I made them:
I started with two 4" squares of Basic White card stock. I cut the first one in half so there would be 1/4" on the short sides.
Same for the second square, but with 3/4" on the short sides
Each card used one of each of those pieces cut from the 4" squares. I stamped on the bottom piece, then embossed both pieces.
I paperclipped them upside down to a piece of paper that was 4 x 5 1/4"
I adhered a 2 x 6" piece of the Designer Series Paper upside down to the lined up pieces
Flipped right side up, the DSP is longer than needed, so I cut it down to line up with the card stock. I used those pieces on the inside of the card.
Ready to attach to the card base!
Colors: Basic Black, Basic White
Even though the Designer Series Paper is sold out, you can use Designer Series Paper that you have for the strip, then stamp the butterflies and color them to match your paper.