As promised yesterday, today I am back sharing another way to use the beautiful, big butterfly digital stamp from Graciellie Design called "Change is Coming." Since I have been sharing a lot of cards featuring digital stamps recently, I wanted to remind you of this blog post I wrote that goes into more detail about working with digital (or digistamps) should you have any questions.
Here is the "Change is Coming" stamp set that I used to create this card:
*A full list of supplies (with clickable links) is located at the end of this post.
The base of this A2 sized card is made from kraft cardstock. I cut a 5 1/4" x 4" piece of Calypso Coral cardstock for the first mat. I cut a 5" x 3 3/4" piece of Neenah Solar white smooth cardstock for the second mat. I ran this sheet of white cardstock through my Big Shot using a retired Stampin' UP! polka dot embossing folder to give the paper some texture. I printed out the digital butterfly onto Neenah Solar White Smooth cardstock and colored it using Copic markers. After coloring the image, I fussy cut the butterfly using a small pair of craft scissors. I adhered the butterfly to the card using 3M foam adhesive for added dimension. I die cut the word "beautiful" from both Calypso Coral and Neenah Solar White smooth cardstock. I layered the two words together using a liquid glue and then adhered both to the card using 3M foam adhesive. Lastly, I added a coat of Clear Wink of Stella to the butterfly for added sparkle.
There are just so many ways to color and use this beautiful butterfly, that I do hope you like at least one of my various ideas. Tomorrow I will share the fourth and final (and my personal favorite!) butterfly design.
List of supplies:
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