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I pulled out this pre-embossed sheet of paper because I thought I might want to use it on the layout I just made but I didn't end up using it. So it was just sitting on my desk too. I grabbed some Kraft paper and made a base card. I layered it with this pre-embossed paper.
I had an idea of what I wanted to do but I wasn't sure what color of embossing powder I wanted to use so I stamped out the butterfly using VersaMark ink multiple times and then sprinkled on some of the colors I thought I might be interested in using on a test piece of Kraft paper. I heat set them and after doing this, I decided I wanted to use the more green color.
So I trimmed my Kraft paper to the size I wanted and then randomly stamped the butterfly on this piece of paper leaving room at the bottom for the sentiment from this set to be added. I sprinkled the stamped butterflies with green embossing powder and then heat them with my heat gun. I did the same thing with the sentiment, this time using opaque white embossing powder.
Well now, I had those "test" butterflies sitting on my desk just ready to be added to a card. So I had to make one with them! (smile) I used a Kraft paper base and layered on a bit of that pre-embossed paper, literally just using a scrap off my desk (not even trimming it!). I pulled out my Stamp-It Australia EZMount Stamp Set 61 - Sentiment Swirls set and stamped out this birthday sentiment, again with VersaMark ink, and using opaque white embossing powder I heat embossed it.
These two cards went together so fast. I just love it when I use the "leftovers" that are just sitting on my scrap desk waiting to be put away or thrown away!
Until next time...happy scrapping!