Thursday, 14 June 2018


Good Thursday morning....

We have flowers, butterfly, gems and a little glitter on today's card as well as a small rub-on

Using an 8" square ivory card base a smaller black panel was cut and two diagonal corners were rounded

On the smaller ivory top panel I stamped a border with black onyx ink then sprinkled a little glitter over the stamped area

Several layers of petals were inked and glittered the same way then fussy cut.  The same method was used for the half butterfly and the sentiment


A black panel with a smaller ivory panel were adhered to the inside of the card

I used some of the rub-ons from Crafter's Companion Kit Box, and applied this to black card for the sentiment

To complete the card front I adhered the two top panels at a 'jaunty angle', added the sentiment to a slightly larger black panel and glued it to the card, the butterfly had its wings 'fluffed' and adhered to the top left and finally I shaped the petals, adhered the layers prior to placing on the card

A flat back black gem was glued to the flower centres and another 3 to the top right of the card


  • ivory card ~ Craft UK & Crafter's Companion
  • black onyx ink ~ Versafine
  • black glitter  ~ WOW
  • butterfly, sentiment, flowers, border ~ Stamps By Chloe
  • rub-on insert ~ Crafter's Companion
Until tomorrow....

June x


  1. Love the dimension to this card! A bit of fussy cutting too!! Love fussy cutting - it's very re;axing!! This card is perfect for many occasions witha subtle word change! thanks for sharing!

  2. Its beautiful June. The colour combo is fab & i love the flowers xxx

  3. beautiful card sm

  4. A beautiful card June. Thank you.

  5. Great card and not too difficult to make - the rounded corners make such a difference and I love your flowers June.


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