Kittie Caracciolo created a pretty butterfly garden on her card!
I started by cutting the heart strip in green, pink and red.
I trimmed the tops of the hearts off the green strip to make it easier to line up and attach the pink and red hearts. If you layer over the whole background heart it is sometimes hard to get it on perfect and the background heart edges shows. I don’t like that.
I cut the hearts off the red and pink strips to attach to tops of the green strip. .
I placed the strip face down on my molding pad and pushed down on each heart with my stylus. This added a little form and dimension to each heart.
I ran the grass border through my wave crimper to add texture and dimension. I applied glossy accents to the strip and attached it to the white layer. I attached tiny strips of mounting tape to the bottom of the strip and tiny pieces of tape to the small grass border and attached then together.
I attached the white layer to the card base with mounting tape to add another layer of dimension.
I love butterflies and thought they would be the perfect finishing touch to add another element of color to the white layer and draw the eye up and add interest to the red card top.
Have a great day!