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Using Vellum With Butterflies

Today I wanted to share a few of the new products that I got from my first order from the Annual Catalog that wasn’t my a Pre-Order.

I used the Simply Fabulous Stamp Set to create this card, along with Butterfly Kisses designer paper.

It was a lot of fun to do some repeating Stamping in these beautiful colors. It totally reminds me of Summer and all the summer activities that are ahead.

Using Vellum With Butterflies

I wanted to share some new product along with a simple project I created.

This is the part of the project that I used Vellum on. I knew that the butterflies would stand out more with the vellum backing them.

Sometimes when a new catalog comes I get overwhelmed with all of the new product.

I’m responsible for several projects each month which often meansI end up with more product than I know what to do with.

Sometimes this feels overwhelming, and I don’t know where to start.

I enjoyed creating this card because it got me out of my head a little bit. Repeat stamping is something that I have bene thinking about so it was great trying it out.

Using Vellum With Butterflies

You can purchase any of the supplies in my online store HERE, or by clicking on the photos below.
When you spend $50 with you will get a fun goodie package from me in the mail.

It is a great time to purchase the Starter Kit and receive some of the beautiful new in colors as a gift for joining. The Start Kit costs $99, and you will get $125 in product plus FREE Shipping.

Using Vellum With Butterflies

When you purchase the Starter Kit this month you get all 5 New In Color Ink Pads, In Color Grid Paper, In Color Cardstock, and designer paper.

Thanks for stopping by, I will be back on Friday to share with you my Project Life Family Album from last year.

It is totally finished!

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  1. While those adorable butterflies may command the most attention, I gotta say that using that sentiment to make the background was pretty genius!

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