Friday, January 16, 2015

Butterflies Thinlits, Vellum, Blendabilities

 Hello Friends 
   Happy Friday! In today video you will learn great tip on how to use the Thinlits Butterflies plus have a colorful background with Vellum and Blendabilites for the big butterfly. Easy way to add color to the butterflies is with the blendabilites, *Blendabilities can be FREE with sale a bration promotion* they are the best tool for quick coloring and will not smear.  For the background of the card I use the Painted Petals. The butterfly I cut out in Early Espresso and use a little piece  Champagne Glimmer paper for the body *I cut it out with the thinlits and trim around to fit perfect, love the effect of the glimmer paper. The card in the Blackberry Bliss at the bottom is part of this month class in the mail, if you are interested info at the bottom 
Well my friends this wrap it up for today and I will be back tomorrow with another share till then Happy Stampin'


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France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United States, that loves to create and share paper crafting. Hope I inspired you to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!


  1. Hi Frenchie,
    Love the card. Is there a reason why you didn't run the vellum thru the big shot to cut out the back layer for the butterfly?
    I'm not critasizing you but just wondering if it does something to the vellum.

  2. Yes it is a reason :) if you run the vellum in the big shot you will not have any vellum where I color it will all cut out, just like the early espresso.... to keep the window you have to cut by hand it is not one with the the outside it is all together

  3. Omg, I totally did not realize that.
    Thank you .

  4. Absolutely LOVE this butterfly! Thanks for your tips.


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