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Video Tutorial: Grande Butterfly

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Supplies for this card:


I've made a video tutorial for it as well! Watch it here:

And read the step-by-step instructions:

Step 1: Transfer Distress Ink (Victorian Velvet, Tattered Rose - I love the look they create when you combine them together!) around a 6"x6" card blank.

Step 2: Emboss a white piece of card with the Filigree Frame embossing folder, and cut out the center with a craft knife. I've done this twice, to pop my oval up or a bi of extra dimension. Add a bit more Distress Ink around the edges.

Step 3: Trim four panels of paper to 2 1/2" square, affix to card front with Collall All-purpose glue.

Step 4: Die-cut and emboss Butterfly Dance die and add Distress Ink around the edges and affix to card front.

Step 5: Continue a trail of Easy Crystals from the butterfly centre on to the card finish.

If you've missed any of the peeks, tutorials, videos and other info I've shared you can find it all by clicking here.

See my entire Butterfly Lullaby collection here:


And Festive Wonder:


2 thoughts on “Video Tutorial: Grande Butterfly”

  • Karen P

    Beautiful classy card and I'm not sure what one I want first lol! I think I may have to ask Santa to spend a bit more money this year and I love and really need the Cut N Boss and all of your gorgeous new products especially that butterfly die! Thanks for sharing Karen x

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  • Rosie

    Please Santa, bring me a cutting machine! I`ve got a small embossing machine but just can`t afford even a basic cutting model. So be kind. Santa, Please!!

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