Monday, May 13, 2013

Circle Lay-Out with Designer Papers

card made with a butterfly from Stampin'UP!'s Papillon Potpourri Stamp set and Designer Paper circles
Do you have extra Designer Paper stashed away somewhere?  I confess to having a few (OK a lot) of folders with leftover Designer Paper.  Those stashes just keep growing because I know they'll be perfect for something. And they're so pretty I can't throw the extra away.

Well, here's a easy lay-out for using up some of those papers. The thing that makes this super easy is that the circles are made from punches!  The hard part was deciding which side of the paper to use.

More tips for making it easy:  to get the color on the butterfly it was stamped on yellow paper.  

Now I do like shine and sparkle - so I did heat emboss the butterfly.  And I used some of Dazzling Details (which is Stampin'UP!'s glitter glue) on the wings for some real pizzazz.

card made with a butterfly from Stampin'UP!'s Papillon Potpourri Stamp set and Designer Paper circlesDoes this look familiar?  Some of you reading this might have already made this card with me.  This is one of the cards we are doing at the community centers this month.  If you stamp in Oregon you've already made this card.  If you stamp in Monona you are making it this week.

And WELCOME to a new group 
starting in Verona this Wednesday.

If you are local to this area - Madison/Dane County - you are welcome to join us.  Its not too late to get in on this week's stamping. See the details of the event and how to register here.

We'd love to have you join us.  The people who attend are friendly and helpful.  You'll have fun, meet new people and you might learn a few tricks.

I hope to see you soon
Happy Stamping

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