Beautiful Butterfly…

Had some fun creating with Marianne Designs Butterfly… I love the swirly,  dots and overall style of this one!

A Crate Paper 6×6 pad, hand stitching, rhinestones flourish, flowers, dies, punching and it’s a card!  Oh,  I punched the holes in the wings with my Japanese screw punch…

Happy Tuesday!

Tools and Supplies I used…


I couldn’t find the Crate Paper pad I used so I linked to a new one that looks wonderful too!

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23 thoughts on “Beautiful Butterfly…

  1. Love the background papers…elegant… The butterfly is so neat with the black behind it.
    Very pretty card

  2. Very pretty card, Pam. As always, I’m amazed with your ability to mix and match all of the patterns, layers, bling, etc. Wow. That’s all. Wow! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  3. This is SO gorgeous! It actually looked like something someone had made to put on a wall!!! I can picture it in a much larger size. You need a button so I can put this on Pinterest!

  4. Pam this is beautiful! I love the variety in the layers of paper. And….. That butterfly is scrumptious! Fabulous layout and totally awesome work!!!
    Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

  5. Thanks. I got it Pinned! Your work needs to be there. It is too beautiful to NOT be there for so many others to enjoy! I have lots of people that follow me there so they will be certain to see what you are doing. 🙂

  6. Pam, your creation is beautiful. Love butterflies and this one is so pretty. This one is a must have! don’t think I have enough..haha

    have a great week
    hugs
    bobbi

  7. Pam you card is so beautiful. What I love most of all is the mix of paper. I think it takes a lot of talent to be able to mix so many thing and you have it. This is one of my most favorite styles when it comes to cards. I am drawn to it more every day. So here I am grunging around with Mr. Tim. LOL. Beautiful card Pam!!
    sandy

  8. Beautifully done! The butterfly is lovely- and WOW- I love your combination of DSP and the rhinestones are awesome!

  9. Hi Pam,

    I found your lightbox tutorial(awesome!) and wondered if this picture was taken using it?
    Do you use it for all your cards, and do you use top lighting at all?
    Thanks, Shelley

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