Butterflies Scored again!

In one of my magazines I found a scored card front with evergreen trees and snow. The score lines were equally spaced horizontally and vertically. It reminded me of a looking out a window onto a winter scene. I didn't want to make a Christmas card, so I decided to use butterflies. I think it was not the best choice; a more solid colored stamp would be better. I am showing it here and hoping that you can learn from my mistakes.


I love the colors of grapefruit grove, flirty flamingo and calypso coral for the inks. They match so well with the gingham checks from the DSP paper on p. 35 of the Occasions catalog which comes to clients in January. A complete list of the materials are below.


Do not press your stamp too strongly or you could get ink into the scored areas.


Do you know why the Botanical Butterfly DSP is listed for no cost? Because with a $50 purchase it is FREE. You will find it in the January Sale-A-Bration Catalog.




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