At first my butterfly didn't seem to stand out enough so I dug out my "Very Vanilla Ink" and a "Sponge Dauber" to sponge around the edges. There, that did the trick, see how the butterfly pops now? Sometimes it takes just a little bit of contrasting ink to make the difference!
Do you like the distressed edge of my "Riding Hood Red"? All I did was rub my fingernail around all of the edges and voila....instant distressing!
The "Beautiful Butterflies Die" and the "Beautiful Wings Embosslit Die" work well together when you layer your butterflies.
- Cardstock: Riding Hood Red, Certainly Celery, Rich Razzleberry, Very Vanilla
- DSP: Newsprint
- Inks: Basic Black, Certainly Celery, Very Vanilla
- Tools: Big Shot, Beautiful Butterflies Die, Beautiful Wings Embosslit Die, Corner Rounder Punch, Spiral Border Punch, Word Window Punch, Sponge Dauber
- Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes, Elements of Style, En Francais
- Accessories: Certainly Celery Satin Ribbon, Soft Subtles Buttons
Don't forget to visit the Pals Paper Arts blog and view the wonderful challenge inspiration for this week!
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