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Square Note card with Butterfly Gala

Today, I have a square notecard using the Butterfly Gala stamp set, coordinating Dual Butterfly punch & the Botanical Butterfly Designer Series Paper (can be earned free with a qualifying order!)

Butterfly Gala, Gingham Gala DSP Stampin Up Occasions Saleabration Square card by Kate Morgan, Australia 2019

I have also used the Rectangle Stitched Framelits dies even though I have made a square card. You may be wondering how I did that? Well, I cut two pieces of DSP with the one framelit and then cut a third of the Butterfly piece from the bottom and two thirds of the Gingham Gala DSP from the top and joined them together. I then placed some of the Grapefruit Grove ribbon across the join!

Butterfly Gala, Gingham Gala DSP Stampin Up Occasions Saleabration Square card by Kate Morgan, Australia 2019.

I stamped the butterfly in black ink and used Grapefruit Grove, Highland Heather and Daffodil Delight to colour them before adding, you guessed it, Wink of Stella! I joined the two butterflies with dimensionals.

I stamped the sentiment onto the Gingham section with Black ink.

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2 thoughts on “Square Note card with Butterfly Gala”

  1. Which Rectangle die did you use, if #1 is the largest? What size did you square your card stock? I wasn’t going to purchase this right now, but, after seing your and a few others cards and projects, I’d guess I’d better! TFS!

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    1. Yes, I did use the largest rectangle die and my card base is 4″ x 8″, scored at 4″ to fold in half. They really are wonderful dies and a must have, even if they are not perfect sizing for Australian/UK card sizes.

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