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Beautiful Wings -- Tuesday stamping

Hey there! Terri here with another stamping project....

I'm sharing a card today I made way back in March using Stampin Up's Sale-a-Bration designer series (DSP) Everyday Enchantment; since that paper is now retired, you'll need DSP that has similar colors. I was inspired by a card made by Chat M. Wszelaki.

It's a very pretty card and easy to put together. Check out my blog, stampinghare blogspot, for more beautiful cards.

Very vanilla cardstock (cs) – 8.5 x 5.5” (card base), 1.75 x 5 1/8”, 3-1” squares, scraps
· Pool party (PP)Lucky Limeade (LL)Calypso Coral (CC) cs, 1” squares of each
· Calypso Coral cs 4 x 5.25”
· Everyday Elegance DSP 1.75 x 5.125”
· Punches – postage stamp1” squarescallop border1.25" circle, and 1 3/8” circle
· Beautiful wings embosslits
· dimensionals
· rhinestone jewels
· 3/8" taffeta Crumb Cake ribbon
Crumb Cake ink


1.       Using Beautiful wings embosslit with the Big Shot machine, cut 1 polka dot butterfly of each PP, LL, and CC cs.
2.       Punch one postage stamp of each PP, LL, and CC.
3.       Punch one long edge of the CC cs using the scallop border punch; adhere to the front of the very vanilla card base with the scallop edge facing down.
4.       Adhere the very vanilla rectangle piece near the top of the CC piece; adhere the DSP piece just below it, leaving a very small space between the 2 pieces.
5.       Adhere a 1” square very vanilla square on each of the postage punched pieces; place a dimensional behind each and adhere to the very vanilla rectangle, spacing evenly.
6.       Place dimensionals behind each butterfly and adhere on top of each of the matching postage pieces; place a rhinestone on each butterfly.
7.       Stamp a sentiment on a scrap very vanilla piece using Crumb Cake ink and punch out a circle with the 1.25” punch; adhere to a circle of CC cs punched with the 1 3/8” circle punch.
8.       Place a dimensional behind the circles and adhere to the card front.
9.       Tie a bow and attached above the circles.

I'd love to see or hear what you have been working on! Leave me a comment telling me about your latest crafting projects. Thanks!

Stamping is fun!


Hugs and Chirps!


  1. This card is so pretty - I love the colours. TFS

  2. beautiful card love the butterflys

  3. This is so very pretty. I bet I could do that! Thanks Terri!


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