Hello my crafty friends! This is my second post for today, click here to see my earlier post.
I am really loving CAS cards lately. I can make pretty cards and not take a long time. AND in the end I feel satisfied. I don't know if any of you feel the same but when I make something and it takes a long time or I am stressed while making it (finding the right tools, embellishments, placement, etc) I don't feel satisfied. I feel annoyed actually. LOL!
Well CAS has been super fun. :-) For this card I used white cardstock from Bazzill and used my Cricut to create an aperture (Thanks June for the awesome inspiration) The butterfly was an image I had stored in my SCAL program that I use. I centered it on my mat and cut it out.
Then I took all the papers in Artful Delight's August monthly kit and I cut a variety of sizes of strips. Mostly 1/4" and smaller. I used the butterfly shape and covered it with adhesive. Then I arranged the strips of paper on the butterfly. I used some strong Elmer's glue dots to adhere the butterfly on the inside of the card, lining it up with the open space. I again used a sticker sentiment from EAD Designs. I finished the card up by rounding the edges.
That's it. I really love how all those pattern papers look together. They actually match really well.
There are still a few Artful Delight August monthly kits left. AND we are having a BUY 1 GET 1 FREE sale going on right now. Click here for more details. :-)