Butterfly Collage

Hello fellow stampers!

I’m loving this stamp called Butterfly Collage with Text.  When I saw this stamp I wanted a distressed look and wouldn’t you know that Jennifer McGuire came out with a video that fit the bill.

My sentiment is called Always be There.

Instructions

  • Using Yupo paper spread some rubbing alcohol over your background
  • Drip Alcohol Inks on top of the Yupo paper, as well as Blending Solution, and blow with a straw.  Repeat until your Yupo paper is covered.
  • Let dry completely, or dry with you heat gun
  • Once dry, generously rub your embossing buddy all over your Yupo paper
  • With your VersaMark pad stamp out your image and press firmly onto Yupo paper.  If you are using a Misti, then repeat by inking up your stamp with VersaMark and stamping out your image for a second time
  • Heat emboss with clear embossing powder
  • Lay your Yupo paper onto the die cut machine.
  • With a spray mist bottle filled with rubbing alcohol, generously spray your embossed image.
  • Lay a piece of cardstock over the Yupo paper and run through your die cut/embossing machine.
  • Pull the cardstock off the Yupo paper and once dry, cut down to size.
  • Surround your Yupo paper with one or two pieces of cardstock.
  • Embellish as you would like.  Here I used Anything is Possible, a new April release

 


Posted on : Apr 14 2020
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4 People have left comments on this post

Apr 14, 2020 - 08:04:52
Heidi said:

This is gorgeous! I have been missing a lot of the posts and techniques lately so thank you for telling me how you did this. This collage stamp is soooooo pretty! Well done, Beth!

Apr 14, 2020 - 10:04:20

Wow that turned out gorgeous, pretty butterfly background, like your added die cut butterfly!

Apr 15, 2020 - 09:04:32
Patti J. said:

Beth, this is incredible! I can’t wait to be able to give your technique a try! Wowzers! This is so pretty! Thanks for sharing and being such an inspiration!

Apr 15, 2020 - 10:04:26
Judy Jackson said:

Just absolutely striking Beth!


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