Happy monday! I'm here to share a little something I made inspired by the My Time to create challenge with Lauren Meader. You may have seen my cupcake box HERE. I also used a sketch from the Little Paper Shop who so generously sponsored a prize for the Stampin Out Alzheimer's event this past week. I had so much fun creating a dry embossing sample for the DT I needed to try this out again!
This lovely butterfly is from the retried (boo hoo!) Stampin up set, Wonderful Wings. Time for SU! to let this one out of the vault I say. Anyhow, I again stamped the image with versamark, outlined with a stylus and then colored from the backside of the vellum in graduating colors of orange, yellow and pale yellow. A bit of coffee brown was added for the body and a few spots. Check out the pop the dry embossing gives this butterfly... The circle window was cut with a coluzzle (oh provo! how could you discontinue the coluzzle?)and a piece of spare acetate from packaging was added to the window to give the card strength and a spot to liquid glue the butterfly body and antennae to the card. The wings are free floating and have an elegant curve to them because of the dry embossing. Bonus!