Video – Pop Up Card with Watercolor Wings and Butterflies Thinlits

IMG_5942There’s a lot going on with this beauty of a card. We have a clear embossed background; the LOVELY, three-step Watercolor Wings butterfly that’s popped up with a dimensional, and a two-layered banner. Whew!

But that’s not all

IMG_5947The inside of the card features a a trio of butterflies that pop up when the card is opened. And in the background of the pop up, there’s a stately, white, grand monarch butterfly.

EDIT: In the following video I state that I used the Bold Butterfly Framelits (from the bundle) to diecut the butterflies. That is not correct. I used the Butterflies Thinlits dies which is not part of the bundle.

In the video I show a sampler of 22 butterflies stamped in a variety of color combinations. When you place an order with me of $50+ product this August and September, I’ll mail you a color-photocopy.

Thanks for stopping by Amy’s Inklings! If you saw something you liked, head over to my online store by using the Shop Now button on the far right at the top. Orders of $50+ in product will qualify you to receive the color sampler mentioned above. Subscribe to my blog here to receive email notifications when I post rubber stamped projects  and video tutorials. And please contact me at amysinklings@gmail.com if you would like to discuss joining my team! I’d love to chat with you!

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3 thoughts on “Video – Pop Up Card with Watercolor Wings and Butterflies Thinlits

  1. The card is gorgeous! And I love the “surprise” inside! I must say that your video was excellent! I will definitely be trying out this card … Probably with my club gals … And will give you all the credit! 😉

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