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In & Out of Studio 3D
Saturday, 21 November 2009
Orange Butterflies
Topic: Stamping

Wow, for somebody that says they 'don't do much stamping' there certainly seems to be a lot on my blog, huh? 

After coloring this image with pencils I used a Nestabilities die to cut and emboss the edges, then cut and embossed the next larger size from a pink to match the flowers. Placing on a white card base with foam tape, I then used Cuttlebug dies to cut orange butterflies and a greeting.

I drew around the butterflies with Sharpie and then cut one of them in half and refersed the wings. Both are mounted with foam and the Sharpie was used to draw in antennae.

Ddd

 


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