The Butterfly image, from Chocolate Baroque/Craft Stamper, was stamped onto pieces of the pink butterfly paper from the Papermania Summer Bloom paper pad using Brilliance Graphite Black pigment ink and cut out. A piece of white card was coloured using shaving brushes and a selection of Tim Holtz Distress inks. The green area was created using Shabby Shutters and Forest Moss and the blue area using weathered Wood and Faded Jeans. The edges were then distressed with the Walnut Stain ink. The green area was then overstamped using the Forest Moss ink and the Cone Flower and Grass stamp from th Inkadinkado Meadow stamp set. The butterfly image was stamped onto the blue area and then paper pieced using the pieces already cut out. The excess was cut away. The sentiment, from the Hero Arts Anytime Messages stamp set, was then stamped onto the panel using the Graphite Black ink and then a frame from the Papermania Mix and Match Frames stamp set was stamped to go around it. The frame setion was coloured in using a black Whispers Brushstroke marker. A clear Sakura Stardust pen was then used to trace over the frame and the word 'JOY' and on the swirly sections of the butterflies. A length of green fibres from the HOTP Emerald Sarabooks Fibre Pack was then tied around the panel and thsi was then matted onto a panel of the pink dragonfly paper from the Summer Bloom paper pad. A strip of the lime gren plaid paper was punched using the Martha Stewart Doilly Lace border punch and distressed with the Forest Moss ink. This was matted directly onto the card blank and the image panel matted over the tp to the right of hte card blank.
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