Breathtaking Butterfly Card

Breathtaking Butterfly Card

Card making, paper crafting, I love to do it all. The regal colors of this card from Craftwell are sure to inspire anyone who's going through hard times.

Breathtaking Butterfly Card


  • eCraft Machine
  • Swirls and Flourishes SD Card
  • Fundamentals 2 SD Card
  • A2 Card Base
  • 4” x
  • 5.25” Cardstock
  • 3.75” x 5” Cardstock
  • Paper for cuts and stamped image
  • Manual embossing machine and folder
  • Lace
  • Stickles, Diamond and Lavender
  • Flat backed pearls
  • Tulip Puff Paint
  • Adhesive, ATG, Elmer’s Fabric & Craft Glue
  • Verve Stamps, Beautiful You set
  • Versafine Ink, Imperial Purple
  • Pop
  • Dots
  • Glue Dots


  1. Emboss the 3.75” by 5” Cardstock with desired design.
  2. Adhere this piece to the 4” x 5.25” cardstock. adhere lace or ribbon to the bottom of the card base and set aside.
  3. Using the Swirls and Flourishes sd card, cut the ‘Swirl Frame 1 Background’ at 3.5”
  4. Using the Swirls and Flourishes sdvcard, cut the ‘Swirl Frame 1 Cut-Out’ at 3.5”
  5. Using scrap paper, cut a square to fit inside the ‘Swirl Frame 1 Cut-Out’ (approx. 1.75” x 2”)
  6. Using Fundamentals 2 sd card, cut ‘Butterfly 3’ at 4” without the pen loaded. Cut twice in two different colors.
  7. Using Fundamentals 2 sd card, cut ‘Butterfly 2 Onlay 1’ at 4”.
  8. Using Fundamentals 2 sd card, cut ‘Butterfly 2 Onlay 2’ at 4”
  9. Stamp your sentiment on your scrap paper square.
  10. Adhere sentiment to back of ‘Frame 1 Cut-Out’. Adhere to ‘Frame 1 Background’. embellish as desired.
  11. Cut off antennaes on 2nd ‘Butterfly 3’. cut the body off the ‘Butterfly 3 Onlay 1’ image. Glue onlay to Butterfly 3 image.
  12. Glue the body of your ‘Butterfly 3’ to 1st ‘Butterfly 3’ cut, addStickles if desired and fold the wings up when dry to add dimension.
  13. Adhere frame with sentiment and butterfly to card as desired. use Pop Dots for the framed sentiment and glue dots for the butterfly.
  14. Lastly, using puff paint (if desired) add some faux pearls wherever desired

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