Floating Butterfly Card

Saturday, December 19, 2015
Floating Butterfly
This was one of the cards we made this month in my card club.

It is a floating Butterfly card.

This card is really easy to do you just need to make sure your die-cut you use in the center opening has room to move freely. I used the Ovals Collection Framelits to cut out my front opening on the card.

You can use linen thread or any cording to float the image. I used the Gold Cording.

The Designer Series Paper is the Pretty Petals Designer Series Paper Stack available on the Weekly Deals this week.

Yesterday’s card was the leftovers from this card.

This month in card club we made open front cards each done a little differently.

Here is the inside:
inside butterfly card

The little butterflies are from the Papillon Potpourri stamp set and the Hello is from the Tin of Cards stamp set.

The Pearl Jewels finish off the butterfly front and back.

You still have plenty of time to make those last minute gift card/treat holders. You will get the videos and PDF files for these 4 great gift card/treat holders this month.

Oh What Fun Gift Card Holders:Treat Boxes

There are 4 Gift Card Holder/Treat Holders you can make; each one a little different. Some have built in cards. These make great gifts when you want to give a little something or just make giving a Gift Card all that much more special and pretty.

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Glenda

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