Sunday, April 11, 2010

Scallop Square card with Butterfly

I recently purchased the clear scallop square die and have been wanting to use it. When I saw this pretty pink Specialty DSP in the Spring Mini Catalog, I knew they would work together for a pretty project. The scallop die measures about 4 3/8" square, so I cut my base card at 4 1//2".
I did a lot of sponging to make the scallops pop.
I layered the DSP on white card stock and centered them on the scallop.
To make the butterfly I stamped the vine from Vintage Vogue with Black Craft ink on vellum card stock. Next, I heat embossed it with black E.P. Then I ran it through the Big Shot with the Bigz Beautiful Butterflies Die. I colored it on the back with my Regal Rose marker.
The sentiment is from the Well Scripted stamp set.

Inside, I stamped the vine again using Regal Rose Ink. I added the flower with a dimensional. The little butterfly was made with the Beautiful Wings embosslit die. More product details listed below.


Supplies:
Stamps: Vintage Vogue, Well Scripted
Card Stock: Whisper White, Pretty in Pink
Inks: Regal Rose ink pad and marker, Basic Black Craft ink, Basic Black marker and Classic ink
Accessories: Sending Love DSP, Vellum Card Stock, Black E.P., Heat Tool, Scallop Oval Punch, Clear Square Scallop Die, Bigz Beautiful Butterflies die, Embosslit Beautiful Wings, Corner Rounder punch, Paper Snips, Stampin' Sponges, Dimensionals, sticky strip, Sizzix Machine.

3 comments:

Cindee said...

Beautiful card! Love the black embossing, really makes the whole card pop.

stampingmadly said...

What a beautiful card. I love what you did with the butterfly.

Mickey Roberts said...

Love how you're going crazy with the Big Shot, Diane! Beautiful card and awesome details!