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Monday, September 5, 2011

CTMH Sonoma and Martha Stewart Butterfly Card

6 inch square Bamboo card base
 Recently, I started making my own hat pin embellishments because it is sometimes difficult to find one that matches the card or layout that I'm working on.  The more feminine the card, the more I seem to think it needs a hatpin!  This is a definite hatpin card.
CTMH Smokey Plum cut with Spellbinders Fancy Tags 2 layered with oval punched shapes
 The framed sentiment is popped off the page with 3-D glue dots. The other card stock is layered with regular adhesive.
Fiskars paper edger scissors creates another layer of detail along the top and bottom borders
 This little Martha Stewart butterfly punch comes with three different stamps so that you can change the wing design. It adds a nice subtle touch when stamped with the same color ink as the cardstock.

Hat pin created to match the colors of the card

Supplies Used:

Papers: CTMH Sonoma B & T, Bamboo, Smokey Plum, Olive cardstock
Ink: CTMH Smokey Plum
Stamps: CTMH Treasure Life, Martha Stewart Butterfly with punch combination
Special Tools: Spellbinders, MS butterfly punch, Fiskars Squiggle blade, SU! oval punches
Embellishments: CTMH ribbon, Heirloom assortment flower, assorted misc. beads and corsage pin


  1. Definitely a hat pin kind of card, so pretty!

  2. WOW Beverly, this is beautiful!!! I love the papers, so rich looking, and that flower is awesome! Also love the pin with the ribbon and butterfly, such a lovely touch! FAB card!