Glimmer Butterfly Card

We made this Glimmer Butterfly card at my February Stamp Class.  I saw This Card with the debossed areas in the embossing folder watercolored.  It was beautiful!  However, she is much more patient than I am so I came up with this card which is pretty quick and easy.

This video is about 12.5 minutes long.

Stamps:  Petite Petals
Ink:  Blushing Bride
Melon Mambo or Strawberry Slush Marker (I think)
Card Stock:  Blushing Bride
Pistachio Pudding
Silver Glimmer Paper
Big Shot:  Butterfly Thinlits #137360
Spring Flower Embossing Folder #
Punch:  Petite Petals #133322
Other:  Basic Pearls #119247
Glue Dots
Tombow Glue
Bone Folder

Remember to put Parchment Paper on both sides of the Glimmer Paper (top and bottom) with Sparkly side up and run through your Big Shot FOUR times.

Happy Glimmer Butterfly Making!
Nendy Kerr

Beautiful Bunch

I am using these Beautiful Bunch Flower cards as swaps at Convention this week.  Hope to see you there!  A special Thank You to those who helped me make them!
Beautiful Bunch Swaps

Stamps:  Beautiful Bunch  w#134279  c#134282
Something to Say w#134177  c#134180
Paper:  Moonlight Designer Series Paper #133701
Punches:  Fun Flower #133785
Petite Petals #133322
Modern Label #119849
Big Shot:  Decorative Dots embossing folder #133520
Other:  Tombow Glue
Stampin’ Dimensionals
SNAIL Adhesive

Hello Honey card stock
Blackberry Bliss ink-flowers
Island Indigo Ink-sentiment

Mossy Meadow card stock
Crushed Curry Ink-flowers
Mossy Meadow ink-sentiment

1.  Choose your Designer Series Paper and coordinating card stock.
2.  Cut your card base in the desired color at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″.  Score and fold at 4-1/4″.  Watch this video for more details on making card bases.
3.  Cut the desired pattern of Designer Series Paper at 1-1/2″ x 5-1/2″.  Attach to card front leaving about 1/2″ of card stock showing at the bottom edge.
4.  Stamp your Flowers and Sentiment in the desired colors.  Punch with the coordinating punches.
5.  Cut a 1/4″ piece of card stock in the same color as your card base.  Run through an embossing folder.  OR you can use coordinating Ribbon.
6.  You now have all the pieces ready to make your card.  Lay everything out in the desired positions.  Attach the 1/4″ embossed strip with Tombow Glue.  Attach the sentiment with Dimensionals.  Attach the small flower to the sentiment with 1/2 a Dimensional on the end of the sentiment punch.  Attach the large flower with a whole Dimensional in the center back of the Flower.
7.  If you use a darker card stock, you might want to put a 4″ x 5-1/4″ piece of Whisper White card stock in the center of the card so the receiver will be able to easily read what you write to them.  🙂
8.  You can emboss your envelope flap with the embossing folder you used, if desired.  Here is a Video to show you how.

Happy Card Making!
Nendy Kerr