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Sat 07

Floating Butterflies, Bursting Berry Vine and Blushing Flower Branch...

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Hello!  Pam here today...another card using the NEW Summer 2014 Memory Box release. I started with the Floating Butterflies die cut out of a Memory Box white notecard. Next I cut out two of the inner lines so I would have one complete butterfly.  Here's a picture of the die so you can see the lines I trimmed off.


I cut the Floating Butterflies Background die from a Memory Box Sweetcorn notecard. Using the Butterfly vine stencil, I inked up the complete butterfly first, with Wild Honey Distress ink and the mini round ink blending tool.  Then moved the stencil to fit over the other two butterflies, making sure not to ink into the complete butterfly I stenciled first.

I die cut the Bursting Berry Vine and Blushing Flower Branch from a Memory Box Kraft notecard. I inked them with Gathered Twigs Distress ink and the mini ink blending tool and then colored the leaves with YG Copics.

Cut the Blushing Flower Branch again with little pieces of Memory Box Lavender notecard placed over the flowers, emboss them with a stylus or run it back through the Big Shot with a tan mat and shims.  Leaving the flowers in the die, flip it over and ink through the die with Dusty Concord Distress ink and an ink blending tool.


Using a variety of Memory Box butterfly dies... cut some butterfly bodies in lavender card...ink them a little with Dusty Concord Distress ink too.

The word 'fly' is cut from the Library Alphabet Tags set.

I glued with Tombow Mono Multi, Scrapbook Adhesives mounting squares and the ATG gun.

A2 size card...

Hope I didn't forget anything... holler if I did! Thanks for looking!



this is lovely. The floating butterfly die is awesome.

Thanks Jean!

Amazing combination!! Love the colors and the design.

Amazing card. It is so fresh and so real. I love everything about it. Like how you manipulated the butterflies. Great job.

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