It's time for another guest design spot here on the Cropstop blog! Today we're featuring the work of Kitty of Fit Kitty. She created an elegant butterfly card to inspire us. I just love the embossing and the pretty polka dot paper behind her butterflies!
Here's what Kitty says about putting this gorgeous card together:
"Hello, everyone! It's Fit Kitty here! Today I'm excited to be a Guest Designer at Cropstop! Thank you to Esther for inviting me! For my project, I decided to make a quick and easy anniversary card featuring butterflies.
This quick and easy card worked out well for me considering my husband's health, which has left me with little time for crafting at the moment. I started by die-cutting the Oriel Butterfly from patterned paper, the Lunette Butterfly from white cardstock, and then the Butterfly Buttons from teal cardstock. I adhered the butterflies together, Lunette onto Oriel and Button onto Lunette. I embossed a white cardstock panel and stamped the sentiment (I recommend stamping the sentiment before embossing, but I had no problem stamping on the embossed cardstock). I layered the embossed panel onto teal cardstock and then onto patterned paper. I finished off the cardfront by adhering the layered butterflies and embellishing with a number of sequins. Lastly, the cardfront was adhered to a top-folding white A2 card base."
Embossing folder: Cuttlebug Floral Screen
Clear stamp: Sentiment (Hero Arts Everyday Sayings)
Ink: Lawn Fawn Peacock
Patterned paper: Echo Park Dots and Stripes
Equipment: Cuttlebug, Cuttlebug Spacer A, Cutting Pad B, Replacement Adapter C, Fiskars Personal Trimmer and Replacement Blades, EK Success Craft Tweezers
Other: Sequins from my stash