Butterfly Thank You Card

Good morning everyone! It’s Lisa here with you today from Oh So Cute By Lisa and I have a card for you featuring 2 different i-Crafter sets from the February release.  The first one is the Love Bug dies:

Love Bugs

And the second one is the Pop Up Wiper Insert dies:

Pop Up Wiper Insert

For the base of my card I took a piece of heavy white cardstock and cut it to 5 1/2 x 4 1/4″ and then I scored it using the Scor-Pal tool horizontally every 1/2″ to give the look of an embossed panel wall.  Once the scoring was done I ran the outside edge of that same panel along a watermark ink pad and then sprinkled with silver embossing powder and heated it until it was smooth and melted. I adhered this panel directly to my top folding card base that was the same size.

Next I did some additional heat embossing with Hero Arts Silver embossing powder along the bottom half of a white panel of cardstock. After I heated the powder I lined up the “thanks” die from the Pop Up Wiper Insert dies half on and half off the embossing and ran it through my die cut machine.  The result was a word die that was only embossed with silver powder along the bottom half of the word.

For my sweet butterfly I used one of the dies from the Love Bugs die set and cut out all of the pieces from glitter paper for some extra sparkle.  I used foam tape to pop up the butterfly and made sure to press the wings upward to give some dimension. I affixed the butterfly just above the T in Thanks and my card was complete.

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Have a great day, I already am!

🦋Lisa 🦋

i-crafter Love Bugs

4 thoughts on “Butterfly Thank You Card

  1. sabelljones says:

    Really beautiful card! I love the look of the panels with the scoring, such a simple & easy thing to do that really adds a lot of class to the design. Brilliant idea! And the silver embossing is gorgeous! I’m going to try your ideas on my next card, thanks for the inspiration!

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