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Bold Butterfly GIU Day 4

 Hello Friends

 Can you believe it is Thursday already? Where did the week go? I wanted to take a moment to say a big thank you for all of your sweet comments. Also a big welcome to my new followers :) I am honored that your are choosing to follow me in blog land.

Now on to my cards :) If you did not know already I love butterflies. They are so pretty and delicate. I love this big bold butterfly stamp from Donna Downey. I made two different cards with it using white embossing powder. The top one I used with vellum and fussy cut my butterfly out. The second card I stamped directly on to kraft card and kept it pretty simple.


I really love kraft and white together it looks so clean and pretty. I added some turquoise rhinestones to finish off the cards.

I can't believe tomorrow is my last day of GIU the week has gone so fast. Thanks so much for stopping by I will see you all tomorrow.


Mandi xox

Stamps - Bold ButterflyFeather FlightGod's Timing

Comments

  1. This butterfly is exquisite. Don't think I've seen it before. Both cards are awesome. Love the turquoise.

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  2. Love the vellum butterfly! Great cards :)

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  3. Beautiful CAS cards! Gorgeous butterfly and I love the added gems! Love the quote on the second!

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  4. I love both of these cards. The kraft is clean and sleek and the turquoise is beautiful,

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  5. I think both of these cards are so pretty. The gems are a great touch. I am getting so much inspiration from you this week.

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  6. Very pretty with the white embossing powder.

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  7. Yes! Love kraft and white too. I should do more of it. Lovely cards Mandi, as always!

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  8. One of my favourite colour schemes. Beautiful cards.

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  9. Both designs are lovely, Mandi. I'm especially fond of the white embossing on Kraft.

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  10. Gorgeous cards! I have never noticed that butterfly before... have to check it out! I love the beautiful design in the wings, and it is stunning embossed in white!

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  11. These cards are so pretty
    and that velum butterfly
    looks delightful!
    Carla from Utah

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  12. I hate butterflies...but these are beautiful! I just love kraft backgrounds!

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  13. Another gorgeous project! I agree that kraft and white look amazing! The blue rhinestones add just the right touch of color

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  14. You're making me want to collect butterfly stuff! :)

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  15. Love your butterflies done in white. Simply beautiful!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  16. The greys look so gorgeous with the blue. What a great look for a delicate card.

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  17. Yep....knew that Mandi loves butterflies. I love the white with Kraft paper too. It's so crisp. GIU weeks goes by so so fast. It's fun.

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  18. this is such a cute butterfly... love them both... grey PP is very nice...
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  19. Very nice. I especially love the vellum and white butterfly!

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  20. Ooh, so pretty. I like the delicate blue rhinestones, gives it some shine without overtaking the cards. :)

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  21. Oh my, beautiful work with this great big butterfly. Congrats again. Fun week of projects. :)

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  22. The first commenter has it exactly right.....these are exquisite!!! Wow!

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  23. This stamp is gorgeous and so are both of your cards! Really like the white on kraft!

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  24. Gorgeous cards! I really like the stark white butterflies, especially on against the print blue paper.

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  25. You are inspiring me to break out my white ink. Love the white butterfly on the blue background. Both projects are wonderful.

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