Video : Butterflies within a Butterfly?

Playing with some fun Penny Black products today and I had an idea….    I filmed as I created so you can see the process.

You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.

With Sympathy - Detail
With Sympathy – Detail
With Sympathy
With Sympathy

I’ve linked the products from Penny Black  that I used below.  Can’t wait til next time!

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Other Supplies:  Copics – B000,02,24. BG11,13,15. BV00,02. 0.

23 thoughts on “Video : Butterflies within a Butterfly?

  1. I quite like the way it turned out too! What a fun idea, and your video made it look so easy! Beautiful colors and perfect for a sympathy card too. This is one of my favorite cards you’ve made. It’s really lovely!!

  2. You are so clever, Therese! I love how the butterflies look peeking through the larger one…Perfect for a sympathy card, too!

  3. Beautiful card! Love your idea if stomping behind the cut out image. Now I have a question regarding the envelopes you use to store the stamps and your dies in? Who makes them? Where did you get them? Thank you.

    1. Hi Nan, the envelopes that I store my stamps in are made by Marbig – they are Heavy Weight Card Holders Top Opening A5 and come in a pack of 10 Ref no.2006600 (there is also a smaller version). You can buy them online but I tend to get them direct at Officeworks who also sell them online. They are great, and are a bit bigger than the Avery Elle pockets (sold by Scrapbook Boutique), so I can actually store the original packaging from most the stamp sets and I don’t have to worry about cutting up pieces of cardstock and labeling etc. I then found some small $3 plastic baskets from the cheap shops and they fit perfectly, although Ikea have these nice white plastic tubs that would work great too, they are a little dearer. Hope this is helpful, I do plan on doing a craft room tour soonish… I just have a little more organizing to do first. Have a great day and thanks so much for your lovely comment. Therese

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