Dog and Butterfly

February 20, 2019

Hi Everyone, Melissa here.


For today's card I have used the 'Dog and Butterfly' digital stamp.

The image has been printed onto Copic X-PressIt blending card and coloured with Copic Markers and watercolours for the background.  I have them cut this with a stitched rectangle die.  This is the base card.
Take a piece of white card and cut it using the same stitched rectangle die.  Then using the stitched cloud die, cut again on an angle.  Adhere this to the base card.
Stamp sentiment using black ink.

Apply glossy accents and glitter to the butterfly and allow to dry.


I hope you have a great day
xxx



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