Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Serendipity Stamps Challenge #17

Hi there!

It is time once again for a new challenge on the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog. The challenge this week is to use a butterfly on your project.

I used the Floral Butterfly Die and Butterfly Outline Die on my card.

I die cut the Floral Butterfly Die from vellum - it is so delicate and beautiful. I layered it over a solid butterfly that was die cut from pink cardstock. Some strategically placed pearls help to cover the vellum adhesive.

Stop over to the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog for all the challenge details and to see the fabulous inspiration from the rest of the Design Team:

This week we are also welcoming Julie Warner to the Design Team - so glad you could join us, Julie!

I hope you'll join us for this week's challenge. If you're in the mood for a little shopping, this week's sale is buy 3 items, get the 4th one free. The special is good through 8/14.

Thanks for stopping by, take care!

CARDSTOCK: White - Wplus9; Pink Pirouette, Vellum - SU!; Shimmer - PTI
PATTERNED PAPER: Uncommon - Authentique
OTHER: Floral Butterfly Die, Butterfly Outline Die - Serendipity Stamps; Tea Party Embossing Folder - Lifestyle Crafts; Adhesive pearls


  1. The vellum fancy cut makes this look so light and airy Anya! Just how a butterfly should be right?

  2. Beautiful Anya! I love your pale pink vellum butterfly. And the colors and papers you used are just gorgeous.

  3. This is gorgeous, Anya! I love the shimmery embossed strip of paper and the vellum on the butterfly …. just so pretty.

  4. This is lovely - the vellum overlay is so delicate. Just fab!

  5. Beautiful Anya! I love the pearls with the vellum!


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