Love Blossoms Blushing Bride Glimmer Butterfly Card

Yesterday, I showed you a fun mini treat bag Valentine’s Day card that I made using the new Love Blossoms Designer Series Paper Stack from the 2016 Occasions Catalog from Stampin’ Up!.  Today, I want to show you how you can use the exact same Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Paper, card stock, ribbon, thinlits dies and embellishments to make a card with a completely different look and feel.  One of the things I love the most about Stampin’ Up! is how all of the products coordinate.  The ink, stamps, paper, and embellishments can be combined in so many different ways to cohesively make a lovely card.

stampin up love blossoms valentines card

stampin up bold butterfly       stampin up mini treat bag thinlits dies

I wish you could see this card in person…the pictures don’t do it justice!

stampin up bold butterfly blushing bride glimmer paper

I love, love, love the strand of mini pearls that comes in the Love Blossoms Embellishment Kit!  To make the center of the butterfly, I snipped off a tiny piece of the connected pearls and adhered them to the glimmer paper with Crystal Effects.  Crystal Effects is a great product to use when you need an adhesive that is clear and strong.  (One time I used Crystal Effects to glue the screw back onto the strap of my purse…it stayed together for years!)

stampin up love blossoms valentines card

So, as I said at the beginning of this post, I used the same products to make today’s card that I used to make yesterday’s card, but the two cards look completely different:

stampin up love blossoms valentines card                stampin up love blossoms valentines day card

The reason that I could achieve two different looks is because of the Love Blossoms Designer Series Paper Stack. There are twelve different designs in this stack, so the possibilities for creativity are endless.



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