Butterfly Birthday

You never seem to have enough birthday cards, especially one for a male.  I thought that one with butterflies would be a little more masculine that flowers.  I have several butterfly stamps and a butterfly punch, so I decided to create one using those.

Here is what I came up with…


I used the Swallowtail from Stampin Up as well as the larger butterfly from the Papillion Potpourri stamp set.  After stamping them with Chocolate Chip, I used the clear Wink of Stella to give them a little sparkle.  I used the butterfly punch to punch them out as I wanted to let their wings “fly”.  I added some black pearls for the body and then attached them using glue dots, but only in the middle.  This allows the wings to flutter.  On the larger butterfly, I used Distress markers to add some color and then again used the Wink of Stella clear to add some shimmer to the colors.  I used a Wink of Stella silver pen to add the lighter spots.

Another look…


A peek inside. . .


I embossed the sentiment from Simon Says Stamp using Chocolate Chip ink from Stampin Up and clear embossing powder.  I used an embossing folder from Anna Griffin, Pirouette. 

And one final look…


Thanks for stopping by!  Have a great day!

Nancee   J

Supply List:

Stamps – Swallowtail (Stampin Up); Papillion Potpourri (Stampin Up); Birthday Messages (Simon Says Stamp)

Inks – Chocolate Chip (Stampin Up)

Glitter – Clear (Wink of Stella); Silver (Wink of Stella)

Embossing Folder – Pirouette (Anna Griffin)

Distress Markers – Mustard Seed; Spiced Marmalade

Pearls from my stash

About Nancee56

I have been a crafter for many years. Knitting, crocheting, and paper crafting are my passion. I love to make handmade gifts and cards and spread a little cheer.

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