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 Hello Friends

I am on a butterfly roll this week :) I could not sleep last night so I made this card. I wanted to get it on my blog before I leave for Maine for some beach time :)  The stamps are from Unity the larger butterfly is from the Here Today. Here Tomorrow stamp set. The smaller butterflies are from A Friend Loveth stamp set. The sentiment is a single sentiment called Fall Together this stamp is actually on sale this weekend for only $0.69 super cheap if you want to buy it .

  I water coloured the background a very light turquoise and then mounted it on to pink card then a white square card base. I then stamped lots of butterflies and water coloured them a light pink. Once they were dry I added pink glitter to all the butterflies and tiny turquoise gems. I then glued each butterfly only gluing the body to the card and pinching the wings. Finally I stamped the sentiment at the bottom of the card.

I hope you enjoy my card thanks for visiting xox

Oh I wanted to remind you I am doing a giveaway. A grab bag of Unity stamps if you want to enter head over to Here :) 


Challenges 
Card Concept - Add a Butterfly   - I was going for the freestyle collage look 



Comments

  1. Oooooh this is so pretty! I love the different size butterflies. It creates the illusion of movement! Beautiful work!! Thanks so much for joining us at The Card Concept! :)

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  2. This is gorgeous thanks for joining us at sister act this time and hope to see you next time

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  3. Fabulous card! I love that the butterflies look like they're flying right off the card, and the sentiment is perfect! Thanks for joining us this week at The Card Concept :)

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  4. Love these, feels so fresh and new. Great sentiment too. Thanks for playing our challenge at Love To Scrap! Challenge Blog!

    Leanne DT@LTS

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  5. Pretty, pretty, pretty comes to mind when I see all of those butterflies! Thanks for joining us at The Card Concept!

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  6. So pretty, I love the floaty butterflies. I might have to steal with idea. ;)

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