Butterflies Have Flown
All the emails with the Private Links have now been sent out.
If by any chance I’ve missed you, don’t hesitate to shout!
But I think I’ve included everyone.
That completes the Special Memorial Week’s activities,
so I won’t be sending this link to anyone after today.
I made some Butterfly Candles as part of an Anniversary gift for my son Killian and his wife, and he kindly took a photo of their well-used candles for me.
These are the unadorned butterflies, before I added the vintage script and other touches.
The candles were originally white – I painted them with alcohol inks.
…and I love this card by Julie Marshall and thought some of the extracted butterflies might work well in a card like this…
You could move the Butterfly closer to the right-hand edge, but I love the effect of cutting around the wings.
This card is made by cutting an A4 or Letter piece of cardstock down the middle, long-wise.
The only problem is you want your butterfly to print to the very edge.
You could sacrifice one sheet per one card to get around that.
Or you could print two per sheet, then print 2 butterflies on a separate sheet and adhere on top, giving you edge to edge.
Good quality paper would do for that step, and you could use a half sheet to conserve supplies.