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Bold Butterfly

Hello Friends

It's Friday yay!! Time for Friends with Flair over at the Unity blog. This is my card for this week more butterflies ha!

I bought this stamp last week and just had to ink it up. How pretty is this butterfly it is called Bold Butterfly designed by Donna Downey. It is so so pretty!  The sentiment is from the new Kennedy Girl stamp she is next on my list to  ink up. I used my Peacock Feathers distress ink on the butterfly it is such a lovely colour. I cut out the butterfly and glued just the body on to the card. Then stamped my sentiment and sprinkled a trail of rhinestones.

Have a wonderful weekend thanks for visiting xox


  1. What a beautiful butterfly. Another one to add only collection!! Hugs Mrs a.

  2. Wow, this IS a bold butterfly. It looks beautiful on the card in this way. Lovely work Mandi. :)

  3. This is beautiful Mandi! I love your placement of the bling too. I love the heart bling in the center of the butterfly. Hugs~Patti

  4. Beautiful turquoise butterfly and bling trail! CAS perfected!

  5. Mandi, another stunning creation! Love it!

  6. Gorgeous! The rhinestone trail is perfect.

  7. Beautiful butterfly card. I like the rhinestones.

  8. Oh, Mandi! This is so bold and beautiful!


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