Acetate Butterfly Card & Spritzed Backgrounds

Butterfly acetate card created using the butterfly framelits and sunburst sayings from Stampin' UP! Wendy Cranford www.luvinstampin.com #GDP033

Hey everyone!  I am so excited to share this card with you today.

I created this card for Global Design Project color challenge AND the Online Card Classes student gallery.

I am having the best time taking the Clear & Sheer class.

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I used a Stampin’ UP! window sheet to create stencils of the butterflies that you see in the background.

Then after using them as a stencil I used one of them on top of my card as a fancy embellishment.

I have to say this card doesn’t really photograph well.  It’s so much prettier in person.

Butterfly acetate card created using the butterfly framelits and sunburst sayings from Stampin' UP! Wendy Cranford www.luvinstampin.com #GDP033

Here’s another angle on the card.  I kept taking photos in hopes I would capture all the colors and how pretty it is.

Butterfly acetate card created using the butterfly framelits and sunburst sayings from Stampin' UP! Wendy Cranford www.luvinstampin.com #GDP033

Enjoy the video.  Lots of techniques used on this card.

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Price: $110.00

4 Responses to Acetate Butterfly Card & Spritzed Backgrounds

  1. Melissa (Mel's Card Corner) April 30, 2016 at 9:36 am #

    Great card, Wendy!! I loved all the different ways you used the acetate butterfly. I feel your pain about everything blooming right now. I’m also in California and I’m totally over it, too. LOL

    • Wendy May 2, 2016 at 5:01 am #

      Thank you. I am so done. Especially with the rain then the warm. Then the rain then the warm. It’s like it keeps everything in a blooming cycle. Lol

  2. Brian King April 30, 2016 at 1:55 pm #

    This acetate butterfly is amazing! I love everything about this card. Thank you so much for playing along with this week’s Global Design Project color challenge.

    • Wendy May 2, 2016 at 5:01 am #

      Thanks Brian!!! 😊

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