Butterfly Card #4
Soar like never before! With Tim Holtz Alterations Stamp2Cut cartridges for the eclips Machine, you can easily create perfect cuts around Tim's Stampers Anonymous stamped images.
- Paper: Tim Holtz Kraft Glassine; Ranger Specialty Stamping Paper, Sticky Back Canvas; Natural-Colored Cardstock
- Stamps: Tim Holtz CMS 144 Easter Blueprint
- Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink: Vintage Photo, Pine Needles; Tim Holtz Distress Markers: Antique Linen, Spiced Marmalade, Brushed Corduroy, Wild Honey, Rusty Hinge, Tea Dye, Mustard Seed; Ranger Archival Ink: Coffee
- Embellishments: Tim Holtz Long Fasteners
- Tools: Ranger Ink Blending Tool, Heat Tool; Craft Sheet
- Adhesive: Liquid Glue; Foam Squares
Cut a piece of white cardstock to 8 1/2" x 5 1/2". Fold the cardstock in half to create a card. Emboss the top right and lower left corners of a piece of cardstock using the Floral Frames Texture Fades. Accent the embossed areas with Pine Needles Distress Ink. Adhere the cardstock to the front of the card. Stamp the butterfly image on a piece of Sticky Back Canvas. Tear the edges of the canvas so that it is slightly larger than the image. Adhere the canvas to a piece of Kraft Glassine. Tear the edges of the Kraft Glassine so that it is slightly larger than the canvas. Machine stitch around the edges. Adhere the assembled piece onto the card front. Place a brad in each corner. Stamp the butterfly two times on Specialty Stamping Paper. Use Stamp2Cut to cut out the butterfly body and the butterfly's wings. Color the pieces with Distress Ink Markers. Adhere the butterfly pieces to the card front over the other butterfly. Use adhesive foam squares under the wings to lift them up off of the card front.