This is a card of covered up errors. :) I had fun making it but it is one of those ooops! what do I do now! cards.
The piece of blue paper is covering up an unwanted line from the paper and cuttlebug folder going through my wizard. The butterfly? I colored it in and then saw that I missed a spot, grabbed the wrong color blue and had to color over the lighter blue I had originally intended for the butterfly. Then the sentiment, that 'thank you.' Ahhhh, I am always nervous about stamping directly on a large section of the card. How much easier is it to stamp on a little scrap and if that one doesn't work, toss it and grab a new little scrap? I stamped that sentiment six times on the back of an envelope for practice before I bravely stamped it on the card underneath the butterfly . . . aaaaannnd I botched it. So now you have the sentiment on a neat little oval glued over it instead. I could pretend to be a perfect stamper and a perfect person but I'm not. Isn't it nice we can go over things and fix and make it better? And tomorrow there is a fresh piece of paper waiting and a fresh new day. Thanks for looking.
Stamps: Stampin' Up Winged Things, sentiment from Honey Bee by Papertrey Ink
Paper: Papertrey white for card base, neenah solar white for the scalloped lace (its thinner and goes through the punch better)
Other: cuttlebug edge folder, Martha Stewart punch, paper piercer, oval punch, SU dazzling diamonds glitter, ciao copic markers in various shades of blue and purple