I’m sharing a couple of versions of my FREE card kit with a minimum $35* order during March. I announced it on Wednesday, but if you missed it you can read about here. This is an easy card because all I used was some cardstock and a butterfly die cut I used from the Butterfly Bijou Designer Series Paper (DSP). Just a reminder, this beautiful DSP is while supplies last. If you love it, don’t wait to order it as I’m sure this will sell out before May.
This is a fun card and a great way to use your favorite embossing folders to add some extra texture to your cards. The fancy Stitched So Sweetly die helps to highlight the beautiful butterfly die cut. This is a great All Occasion card to make or you can customize it by adding a sentiment from your favorite stamp set. I added “a little hello” from the Itty Bitty Greetings stamp set.
These are the items I used to make these cards, just click on any of the pictures on my Shopping List or on my signature at the end of this post and you’ll be redirected to my 24/7 Online Store.
Please use the Host Code: 2JBWNBTT when placing your order a surprise in your hand stamped card from me. Remember you also earn Loyalty Rewards Points when your order is a minimum $50*. Make sure you click on the link to read about MY LOYALTY REWARDS PROGRAM 2020-21.
NEW! FREE CARD KIT – Place a minimum $35* order using the Host Code to earn a free Butterfly Brilliance Card kit (see examples above.) Your kit will include all the supplies to create one of the cards featured today. But, remember you must use this month’s Host Code with your minimum $35* order. If your order is $150* or more don’t use the Host Code as you will earn your own Host Rewards and you will receive the FREE CARD KIT too.
*before sales tax/shipping. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer I hold in March.
I hope you like today’s cards. I made several cards using the same design but used different colors of cardstock. The Butterfly Bijou DSP package lists all the colors that coordinate but I found that other colors “work” in addition to the ones listed on the package. Another time saving tip is to stamp and cut or punch out sentiments for several occasions so when I have a need for a card quickly I can go to my card stash and add one of the greetings. Do you plan ahead for future card giving occasions?
Well, it’s the week-end and I’m looking forward to walk around the neighborhood while it’s warm. Plus, I plan to make birthday cards for my family and friends with March birthdays. Have a great week-end!