I had some time to play this afternoon and so I combined two of my favorite things, butterflies and roses. I airbrushed the rose, attached it to the butterfly, then sprayed them both with Smooch. The sparkle is soft and elegant. The flower stamp and die are from Papertrey Ink, Larger Than Life, and the sentiment is from Cornish Heritage Farms and no longer available.
The butterfly is from Bosskut and is a part of their new Pop Kuts line. It is available in AI, GSD, WPC and PDF format. The beautiful rose is from Just Laury, Simple Spiral Rose, and is available in AI, GSD, KNK, WPC, SVG formats.
Thanks for stopping by, I always appreciate new and familiar faces and a friendly smile!
This mini file folder was part of a Make & Take offered by Jan of Sam & Hailey Designs over at the Paperthreads forum (you’ll need to be logged in). Isn’t it a wonderful file? If you’re like me, then you love anything to do with paper albums and/or folders. I used black card stock and Rockabilly dp (retired SU) for the folder. The butterflies are Chasing Butterflies and Just a Moth, by Just Laury. All files are available for your digital cutter (KNK, Gazelle, Cricut, Wishblade, Silhouette, etc) and can be used for just about anything. The white rose was made with McGill paper punches and I used Cryogen Iridescent White for the butterflies and rose.
The butterfly and rose have velcro attached to the back. To get the folder flat when it’s closed, you simply take the butterfly off and attach it to the belly band. Thanks for stopping by!
This weekend is CAD at Paperthreads and yesterday one of the challenges was to use vintage trim. I didn’t have any on hand so I airbrushed some lace with Copic E31 to give it an aged look. The heart is from Laury’s Lots of Hugs. Laury’s files are available in AI, GSD, KNK, WPC, and SVG…compatible with all types of cutters. The butterfly dies are from PTI and SU, and the buttons are PTI. Thanks for looking!