“Back to Basics” with Butterfly Basics

There are so many wonderful, multi-layered, out-of-this-world beauties being made with Butterfly Basics and the coordinating Butterflies Thinlits. This bundle has been a hot commodity that has everyone abuzz! But today I’m taking a step back to show you how in its simplest form, without the thinlits, the stamp set alone still makes a big creative impact.butterfly-basic

After stamping the flower with Memento ink, I colored it with our Calypso Coral and Old Olive Stampin’ Write markers. Done. As I said, I went back to basics with this one. And I love it!

To add a little more interest, I threaded strands of Brights Backgrounds DSP in Old Olive in varying ways under the the mounted image.

Other possibilities?
This image is perfect for coloring with our Blendabilities. And guess what? Blendabilities are FREE blendie-packswith qualifying orders during our Sale-A-Bration event. It’s a great time to build your Blendabilities collection – which is what I’m doing myself. In fact, my FREE Calypso Coral pack is on its way to my house now! Yippee skippee!

To order any of these items now, head over to my online store by using the Shop Now button. And be sure to choose a FREE Sale-A-Bration item (like one of these packs of Blendabilities!!!) from our Sale-A-Bration catalog for every $50 in product that you purchase from our Annual and Occasions catalogs. The Sale-A-Bration promotion will continue through March 31st.

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