Hello, Altenew friend! This is Virginia fluttering by with two projects featuring Radial Butterflies Cover Die. I am excited to show you how I only die cut once to create two very different butterfly cards! Let's start with Card #1.
I then ink-blended the background by using the Small Ink-Blending Brushes. Starting from the top, I applied Pink Diamond, Citrus Burst, and Mountain Mist Crisp Dye Inks, and finished it off with Magenta Crisp Dye Ink. I then die cut Radial Butterflies Cover Die and saved all the butterflies for my next card. I then die cut Fancy Celebrate Die with Gilded Ombre Washi Tape.
Remember that I saved all the extra butterflies from the die-cutting? Thanks to the Masking Paper, I could easily position them in a cascading fashion. I then did some masking and did more ink-blending.
Once I finished ink-blending, I peeled off the butterflies and re-positioned them around the negative white space. I managed to stamp “thanks” (Tall Alpha Stamp Set) without any issue because the butterflies can be moved around. For the final touches, I added a few Satin White Sequins. I absolutely love cards with a bit of movement.
Aren't Cover Dies so fun and versatile? I hope this gives you an extra idea on using Radial Butterflies Cover Die. You can definitely try out the techniques with other cover dies such as Radial Hearts and Radial Stars! Thank you for stopping by!