Studio Calico Butterfly Card

Hi everyone,

Today’s card is made using the gorgeous Memory Box butterfly and some Studio Calico patterned papers.  It is my entry into the CASE Study Challenge #110 where this week’s muse is Torico.  (Click here to see the CASE Study blog if you want to see her original card). I die cut the doily using the Couture Creations Alcyone Doily die out of some patterned paper from the Classic Calico Paper pad.  Once I had die cut the butterfly out of a different pattern from the same pad, I then covered it with Rock Candy Dry Glitter, which gives it a gorgeous glitter (that is so hard to capture in photographs).  I made the rosette using the Tim Holtz Rosette die out of the same card as the card base and then stamped the sentiment onto another one of the patterned papers. If you have any questions, just leave me a comment.  I am glad I finally managed to play along with the challenge as I have thought about it lots of times but just didn’t quite get there!

Have a great weekend and thanks for stopping by,



Supplies: Kaisercraft Cardstock, Studio Calico Classic Calico 6 x6 paper pad, Couture Creations Alcyone Doily, Distress Stickles Dry Glitter – Rock Candy, Liquid adhesive, Archival Ink – Jet Black, Hero Arts Stamp Set – Find Joy, Memory Box Dies – Vivienne Butterfly, Tim Holtz Rosette Die.

7 thoughts on “Studio Calico Butterfly Card

  1. Kristy, what a beautiful card and such a nice interpretation for the original CASE card. The black and beige work well with that wonderful touch of lace white.

  2. Wohoo welcome to CASE Study! I love your card – those Studio Calico papers are gorgeous. I quickly ran out of the one you used for your background as I loved it so much 🙂 Oh and the butterfly is simply gorgeous. Thanks so much for joining us at CASE Study this week.

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