Nature’s Hello

Feb 16, 2014 | Uncategorized | 2 comments

Before I share my card for today, I want to thank all of you who “hopped” here yesterday on the first Stampers’ Dozen Blog Hop!!! Such fun – and I hope you enjoyed all the cards – I thought they were all pretty great!!! We look forward to “hopping” with you again on March 15th!!! Can’t wait!!!

Here is my card for today:

This card has an image from one of the hostess sets in the very back of the Occasions Catalog- it’s called Nature’s Hello.  I love the images in this set – and they all coordinate with framelits that we have- which makes cutting out the shapes really easy.

For my card, I used the butterfly image and stamped it in Soft Sky Ink.  I used the coordinating framelit from BackYard Basics  my Big Shot to cut out the perfect butterfly shape.

I used about half of a tea lace doily and sponged it  with Crumb Cake ink.

I used a piece of Whisper White card stock (4 x 51/4) and stamped a few “splotches” of Crumb Cake ink, using that image from Gorgeous Grunge stamp set.

Using my 1/2 inch circle punch, I punched half a circle on both sides of the card and wrapped this with Gold Bakers Twine, and tied this into a small bow.

I attached my butterfly with dimensionals and to finish the card, I added a few sequins from the Sequin Trim, attaching them with glue dots.

Pretty quick and easy!!

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Thank YOU for stopping by today!!


  1. Amandine

    what you do is always gorgeous !

  2. Laura

    Thank you, Amandine!


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