Now, I don't know if crafters outside of SU live by the CASE rule, but I think most do. To have someone copy your work is really a huge compliment, isn't it? So here's a link to the card on Pinterest.
And here's my take on it using Stampin' Up! supplies...
The butterfly image from the Flower Fest stamp set was embossed using VersaMark and white embossing powder on Pacific Point card stock, then punched out with the butterfly punch.
At this very moment as I type, the Butterfly punch and the Scalloped Edge Border Punch are both available in the Clearance Rack in the old style of punch. Go see if you can still get 'em!
My top 3 reasons (but I have many more) for choosing to craft with Stampin' Up!
- Color and Design Coordination
- Stamp and Punch Coordination
- 2 Step Stamp Sets
Thanks so much for stopping by and I treasure your comments, so please take the time to leave one if you can.
Have a wonderful, crafty day!
Stamp Sets: Flower Fest (#122278-clear mount, #122280 wood), Short and Sweet (#115060-wood only)(One of my very first stamp sets...I think I got it free using Hostess dollars back when I was a hostess instead of a demonstrator)
Ink: Pacific Point (#111837), VersaMark (#102283)
Paper: Pacific Point (#111350), Whisper White (#100730), Beyond the Garden DSP(#122342)Accessories: Heat tool (#100005), Stampin' Emboss powder white (#109132), Basic Jewels Rhinestones (#119246), Scallop Edge Border punch (#119882), Butterfly punch (#119848), Corner rounder punch (#119871), Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430)