Hello Friends! I’m so excited to share with you a few cards featuring new products from Pretty Pink Posh Mach Release. Today I am focussing on a couple new dies. Let’s get started!
How beautiful is this Bold Butterfly Die?? This set comes with two butterflies. I used the larger of the two to make this first set of cards. I added double-sided adhesive to the back of several colors of card stock, sticking to a pinkish-peach-coral theme. I die- cut all the colors with the butterfly. I also die-cut 4 dark pink butterflies with no adhesive on the back. I traced the butterfly onto two pieces of white card stock, then cut the shapes out a bit smaller than the traces. I glued the white shapes to the backs of the pink butterflies. Next I started filling in the wings with cuts from the other die-cuts. Putting adhesive on the backs of the Card stock before cutting made this process easy and clean.
After I finished filling in the wings, I used a shimmer pen to add sparkle to all the different colored card stock. I attached the top pink butterfly by gluing only the body, and then bent the wings slightly. I die-cut the butterfly two more times out of black glitter paper, and fussy cut the bodies away from the wings. I glued the black bodies onto the top. To assemble the card, I used the rectangle die from Stitched Notes die set to cut Neenah Desert Storm paper. I stamped and heat embossed with white embossing powder a sentiment from the new Peacock Friends stamp set. I added the rectangle to craft foam, then attached the panel to an A2 card base. I glued the butterfly above the sentiment.
I made the second butterfly exactly the same for the second card. For the background, I blended a bit of Scattered Straw Distress Oxide ink onto white card stock to give the butterfly a nice glow. I stamped a sentiment from Birdie Friends with black ink, and heat embossed with clear embossing powder.
My second card showcases the gorgeous Spring Frame Die.
I die-cut this frame two times out of white card stock. Next I pulled out a rainbow of Copic Markers and started coloring. Once I finished coloring, I used my paper trimmer on the second die cut to trim off all the flowers and leaves and glued the frame onto the colored paper.
On light blue card stock I stamped and heat embossed with white embossing powder a sentiment from Simple Sayings: Life stamp set. I then blended Mermaid Lagoon Distress Oxide ink around the edges. I glued the blue card stock to an A2 card base. I added foam adhesive all over the back of the colored frame, and attached it to the card base.
My final touch was adding a few Sparkling Clear Jewels around the sentiment.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!