I'm playing with the Twofer Challenge today.
Here's the challenge....
Geometry wasn't my best subject! But I do remember my shapes.
I chose to use a square. Mainly because I had this piece embossed and die cut
and it needed some finishing touches.
To touch it up, I die cut butterflies from a scrap of embossed tissue paper.
I also went around the squares with a Versamarker and heat embossed them
and the stamped sentiment with gold.
There's lots of golden shine on the butterflies and sentiments!
Here's a look at the inside of the card.
My twofer is a Christmas card.
These fun little Penny Black birds were stamped and watercolored with Zigs,
then fussy cut and perched on the edge of the squares.
Their hats are sort of triangles and circles, but that doesn't count
because the shapes aren't repeated on the butterfly card.
Just thought I'd show off that I recognize some shapes.
There's lots of fun inspiration over there.
Do check it out.
Card Recipe (card 1)
Stamps: Sprinkles and Smiles (PB)
Ink: WOW Embossing Pad
Paper: Neenah, Gold Foil (SU)
Other: Versamarker, Tissue Paper, Gold EP, Take Three Die (PTI), Flutters Die (PB), Sentiments (Peachy Cheap)
Stamps: Christmas Memories (PB), Yuletide (Kaisercraft)
Ink: Onyx Black (Archival), Real Red (SU)
Paper: Crumb Cake, Naturals White (SU), Mixed Media (Strathmore 400 series)
Other: Zig CCRBM (#29 Geranium Red, #72 Beige, #28 Pale Pink), Take Three Die (PTI), Chunky Frantage EP (Stampendous), Polar White Flower Soft