And today is the final installment of the Flowers and Butterflies swap card from our Stamping to Share Demonstrator Group.

Laura’s card has an interesting “cut” to it. She stamped the Swallowtail background stamp onto the left side of her front panel and then trimmed away all of the panel that was to the right of the butterfly. It makes for a lovely and surprising way to enjoy this card.

Dorene made a lovely little treat that celebrates everything spring. These pastel m&m’s fit perfectly into our 1″x8″ cello bags. She also Papillon Potpourri to make the perfect butterfly accent. The three flowers are stamped with the smallest stamp in the Daydream Medallions set, and then spiral cut and glued to create these darling buds.

This stunning card by Faith features an oval cut out with a shiny Window Sheet between the frame and the Painted Blooms paper. She made a delightful butterfly cut out by combining a couple of the dies from Butterflies Thinlits together. Such a beautiful and elegant card to wrap up this series of demo swap cards featuring Butterflies and Flowers. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I have.

And now, I’ll leave you with one last photo . . . the card that I created for this swap!!

You can read all the details about it on my blog post. Just click on Butterflies Thinlits to learn more about this card and to see the how to video. 

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