The third Tuesday of the month is our Color Without Border Series. My border buddy Alison Solven and I each create a card using a particular color palette.
For my card, I chose to use the Petal Palette & Watercolor Wings stamp sets.
Simple Steps and Measurements
- Folded a piece of Whisper White cardstock 4-1/4" x 11" in half to create the card base.
- Stamped the rose floral stamp from the Petite Palette stamp set in Dapper Denim ink on a piece of Dapper Denim cardstock (4" x 5-1/4") and adhere to the card front.
- Stamp large & small solid butterfly stamps (#1 shown in the image below) from the Watercolor Wings stamp set in Wisteria Wonder ink on a piece of Whisper White cardstock.
- Then stamp the outline of the wings (#2) on top of the solid stamped images in Elegant Eggplant ink.
- Then the middle of the butterfly (#3) in Island Indigo ink on top.
- Then the smallest center (#4) in Dapper Denim ink.
- Cut out the Butterflies with coordinating framelits and Big Shot (the large one is from the Bold Butterfly Framelits, and the small is the Butterfly Thinlits dies).
- Adhere the small butterfly with dimensionals as if it would fly off the in the upper right-hand corner.
- Adhere the large butterfly just below the small one.
- Stamp You are so kind in Eggplant Envy ink a piece of 1/2" x 2-3/3 and punch the right end with the Triple Banner Punch and then stamp the dots in Wisteria Wonder over the top and adhere to the card front about 1/2" from the bottom.
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I hope you are enjoying the Color Without Borders Series. You will want to hop over to Alison's blog and see what she created.
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