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Elegant Butterflies

Hi Crafters, this week has just flown by and I am counting the days (8!) until summer vacation. In Germany, I teach until July 22nd so I am happily awaiting a much needed break. I got some great news today and my visa was approved to the UK and I am looking forward to the upcoming move this August. I have been busily creating so that you won’t even know I am gone for the month and busily setting up a new home 🙂 Today’s card is at the end…

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Hi Crafters, For today’s card for the 3 Cards, 1 Stamp Series I made it quick and easy. I stamped the butterfly from the Elegant Butterflies set with pigment black ink and then used the stencil and some distress inks to add some colourful accents to the card. Check out my video tutorial below for the instructions: a Rafflecopter giveaway Clearly Besotted ELEGANT BUTTERFLIES Clear Stamp Set Tim Holtz Layering Stencil BUBBLE THS002 Neenah Classic Crest 110 LB SMOOTH SOLAR WHITE Paper Pack 25 Sheets Ranger MINI ROUND INK BLENDING…

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Hi Crafters, welcome back to my series 3 CARDS, 1 STAMP JULY. This week I am paying tribute to the Elegant Butterflies Stamp Set. This stamp set is very well loved and I have created so many pretty things with it. It has everything you need – great sentiments, solid butterfly, butterflies to colour and butterflies in all sizes. Below I have a video tutorial on how I made this card. This is my first watercolour card using rubber cement as masking. I stamped the Elegant Butterflies stamp. Covered it…

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Hi Crafters, Today I am over at AAA Cards Challenge and over the next two weeks we will be celebrating Spring! I know spring has arrived here in Germany and I hope everyone else is experiencing some sun 🙂 This week I created this pretty butterfly card. I really love excuses to stamp butterflies – they are my favourite! This gorgeous stamp is from Clearly Besotted and it features the Elegant Butterflies stamp set!  A closer look at that crisp line between the distress inking and the white cardstock. I…

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