Nikki Burnette kindly gave us a free image to use in the Spellbinding facebook group challenge for January. I didn't have to download it this month as I already had it.
The challenge is to use something new with any Nikki Burnette stamp. I have used pattern paper from one of my new books of papers given to me by my youngest daughter for Christmas.
I have embossed light pink card with Crafts Too "Butterflies" embossing folder. Added pattern paper from Rosie's Studio A5 designer papers "Garden". Printed Nikki Burnette stamp "Analiese" onto white card, coloured with markers, layered onto dark pink card and then onto light pink card. Stamped Happy Birthday and punched with oval punch, layered onto dark pink card punched with scalloped oval punch and layered on top. Added butterfly brads and flower brads.
I would also like to enter this card into the following challenges:
As You like it challenge - favourite embossing folder and why.
It was hard to pick my favourite embossing folder as I have a lot of lovely ones. I have used the butterly one many times.
Aud Sentiments 123 - anything goes
Butterfly challenge 22 - Butterflies plus B is for brads
Fun Day Friday 71 - anything goes
In the Pink 60 - anything goes
Penny's challenge 210 -anything goes
Sister Act card challenge No 89 - anything goes
The Paper Shelter 186 - use punches and/or dies
The Sisterhood of Crafters-anything goes with a twist use a new craft supply (I have used new paper)
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I started this blog in April 2012 so I could join Challenges. I am now on some design teams. I hope you like my cards. I started stamping in 1995 but my cards are still mostly cute.
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