Butterfly-- Thank you

Hello and Welcome back, Today I am sharing a quick and cute card using the butterflies framelits. I made this card first as a thank you card as you see in the picture above. I then decided to make the same card to send to a my aunt just to say I love you that's the card below.  Then I forgot to take a picture but I made the same card and added with Sympathy and made it to a sympathy card and sent it to a friend who lost his wife.  This card is just so simple and just by changing the greeting it can make a card for any occasions.



For this card....
Card Base  Whisper White 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 , Scored at 4 1/4
1st Layer- 4x 5 1/4, Whisper WHite 
2nd Layer- 3 1/2 x 3 1/2, Whisper white cut from the largest square in the stitched shapes square.
3rd Layer- 3 x3 , Naturally Eclectic Designer Series Paper (dsp) , cut with the second largest square from the stitched shapes
4th layer- 3 1/2 x 3 1/2, peekaboo peach, cut the butterfly out




Some Stamp with Roberta news.......
Starting Today July 3 thru July 31, If you place an order of $25.00 or more using the hostess code EMNRFGT7, when you receive your thank you card in the mail you will receive a raffle ticket then around August 1st I will pull a ticket an post the raffle ticket number to my blog an facebook group and that lucky winner will be able to choose a stamp set of $20.00 or less.  

Bonus Days: Spend $50.00 between July 1-31 and get a $5.00 Coupon to spend August.

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 Join the Luvin Stamp Diva for just $99.00 and you get to choose $125.00 worth of SampinUP! product  plus   You get you join our exclusive facebook page. Also if you join between July 1-31 you will receive the essential gift pack ( 2- D blocks, Grid Paper, paper snips, snail adhesive, bone folder, and the new Carols of Christmas stamp set, coming in the holiday catalog)
 


Products I used are........

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Thank you so much for stopping by today, see you tomorrow.

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