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A Little Note (Botanical Butterfly DSP / Butterfly Gala)

by Kylie

Hi everyone, I’ve shared a couple of cards showcasing the Spotlight Technique featuring the Botanical Butterfly DSP recently.  It is such a fun technique and the Botanical Butterfly DSP is perfect to create cards which WOW!

Take a sheet of the black and white illustrated paper from the Botanical Butterfly DSP.  Select the area which you want to spotlight.  Once you have identified it, use a post-it note to hold the die in place.  Trim the paper to fit the black card base.  This panel is then run through the Big Shot to cut out the rectangle you are going to spotlight.

I coloured in the panel with my  Stampin’ Blends (you can any colouring medium you prefer).

Once the panel is coloured, mat it on black cardstock.  I added some Stampin’ Dimensionals to the back of the panel and then positioned it in place on the card being careful to align it perfectly.

Here’s the Card…

And here is a look at the trio of cards featuring the Spotlight Technique…

Don’t the cards look fantastic?  I LOVE this technique.   I also think this would make a great gift set.  The Botanical Butterfly DSP is only available as a FREE item with qualifying orders during Sale-A-BrationSale-A-Bration ends at the end of the month.   So, please, don’t delay if you like this paper, or indeed, any of the Sale-A-Bration freebies.

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Hope you have a great day!

Happy Stamping, Kylie

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Supplies Used:

Listed below are the supplies used to create the above project. If the stamp set comes in different types (such as clear mount and wood mount) or as a bundle, I link to all.


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2 comments

Bev March 22, 2019 - 12:14 pm

You should stop now. I mean, I’ve already spent over $100 this week on crafty supplies, and now I see this and want to order it too, lol!! These are all so lovely. I love this technique and don’t know why I don’t do it more often! Can’t wait to have a nice long FT with you tomorrow! Till then…. xo

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Kylie March 23, 2019 - 12:13 pm

Uh oh! 🙂 It is such a fun technique, isn’t it? I can’t wait to try it again, maybe with some stamped images rather than patterned paper. Great chatting with you today and seeing your lovely creations. xx

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