I got the butterfly cover plate die from the recent PaperTreyInk release and really wanted to use it. I cut it out a few times, used it as a stencil for coloring with distress inks and did different combinations of layering. I stamped the sentiments on vellum and embossed them with clear embossing powder. Below is a list of the products that I used.
The first one is die cut with white cardstock and layer with fun foam slightly off set from the stenciled coloring beneath. I used the negative pieces from the die cut in black cardstock inlayed in the background.
This is the die cut with black cardstock over the colors stenciled on white cardstock, again slightly offset.
On the last one I used the positive image that I used as a stencil for coloring the first two and layered it over black cardstock. Can't decide which one I like best. Let me know your favorite in the comments.
Paper: PaperTreyInk Stamper's Select White
Stampin Up cardstock in Basic Black
Hero Arts vellum
Inks: Distress ink mini's in Wilted Violet, Picked Raspberry & Mermaid Lagoon
Versafine Onyx Black
Tools/Others: MISTI, distress round blending tool, Hero Arts clear embossing powder, Milwaukee heat gun, Sequins from Pretty Pink Posh
Stamps: Hero Arts Acts of Kindness, Year Round Sentiments & the February card kit
Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day.
Hugs & Happy Crafting. Jacqueline
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