When I saw that the latest Butterfly Challenge was to use a sentiment and, of course, a butterfly, I knew instantly what stamp I would use. But the rearranging of my room (you can see it here), took up most of my time, so I have only just got my card made. And here it is.
It hasn't photographed very well in artificial light, but never mind.
The sentiment is one of my favourites, and it is from a set by Chocolate Baroque.
The background is a very ancient piece of mottle green paper.
The frame was cut using Sue Wilson decorative and plain frame dies from the California Collection, and a snippet of olive green card.
Leaf swirls are by Signature dies, cut and reassembled. (I used some very tiny snippets so the sprays were in several pieces!)
The main butterfly is a Memory Box die, cut from more green snippets, and the tiny ones are an X-cut mini punch.
The flowers were cut with a recently purchased die from Heartfelt Creations called Majestic Blooms. This is one die piece with twelve flower heads in various sizes on it. One cut made all three of these flowers.
I started with some white snippets and sprayed them with Memories mist - Strawberry Daiquiri and Crafty Notions, Shake'n'spray Gold. I cut the flowers from the largest piece, and used the tiny pieces for the butterflies.