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Blog Blitz Begins - Butterfly Symphony
by Jeanne Jachna

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Hello friends!   It's my favorite time!  New release time!  We're so excited about our new Spring Release that we're celebrating with a blog blitz!  What's a blog blitz?  It's a time we set aside to show you projects made with the new release and give you a chance to win some for yourself!   Today I'm sharing a card made with the new Butterfly Symphony die. 

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This beautiful die features a die cut swirl of pretty butterflies in different sizes! It's the perfect size for an A2 card. 

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I started by die cutting the Butterfly Symphony from a white card stock panel.  Next I inked the die cut ribbon swirl with ombre yellow/orange Copic Markers.   I used Y15, Y17 and YR04.

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To completely ink up to the edges you can slide a piece of scrap paper between the die cut lines. I recommend something heavier than a sticky note, but wanted to use a colored slip of paper so you could see how it slides between the die cuts easily. 

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To assemble the card I trimmed a dark aqua piece of card stock slightly smaller than my card base.  I die cut the largest Double Stitch Rectangle Frame from a light aqua and adhered it to the card base.  I trimmed a piece of gold glitter paper to fit inside the die cut frame opening.   Next I cut the Butterfly Symphony Panel with the Double Stitch Rectangle Frame so it fits perfectly over the opening. 
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Finally I die cut the butterflies in ombre shades of aqua card stock.  I chose aqua because I wanted it to contrast with the yellow/orange colored ribbon.   
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I applied adhesive only to the center of the butterflies and bent them so you can see the gold glitter card stock underneath.  What a fun surprise! 
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The Spring release blog blitz runs from March 20 - March 31 . We'll be giving away a prize on every blog blitz post during this time. To enter to win you need to leave a comment on ONLY the posts that you wish to enter. To enter ALL the posts during the blog blitz you need to leave a comment on EACH ONE. One person will be chosen at random from each of the posts during the blog blitz. Only one prize per person per blog blitz. We use a random number generator to select winners from comments. You have until midnight US EST April 1 to leave a comment on each and every post that you want to enter. Winners will be announced on this blog on April 3.

For a SECOND chance to win this die .....
1.)   Visit our Instagram account and FOLLOW US!
2.)   Like each post, you want to enter
3.)   LEAVE A COMMENT and TAG A FRIEND on each post you wish to enter.   Comments open through April 1. 

One comment per post will be selected by a random number generator.  The winners will be posted on each Instagram post on April 3.   Only one Instagram prize per person per Blog Blitz.

So PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT!   (You have to comment to win!!!)  Your kind words always make me SMILE! 

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Comments

Wow Jeanne, this is fabulous! What a stunning die and I love how you colored the ribbon in hombre colors. The hint of gold showing underneath the butterflies is brilliant. This is a stunning card and a wonderful die!

Love that unique die. I would also love to own double stitched rectangle dies. They are definitely missing from my stash!

SWOON!! I LOVE this BEAUTIFUL New Die and the way you created your Card!! Butterflies are my FAVORITE and the Colors you've used are STUNNING!! THANKS for sharing and for the chances to WIN!! Have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!!

What a pretty card!! Love the new butterfly die, too.

What a nice cheery card!

super cute, lovely butterfly!!!E

Love this bright, happy card, Jeanne! Love this wonderful die set! Wonderful colour choices Thanks so much for sharing!!!

What a lovely card!!! Beautiful layout and combo of colours!!! Butterflies are really cute!!!

Gorgeous card, such a pretty and unusual die. xx

Very pretty card, Jeanne. LOVE how you used the copic markers to make your card 'pop' and the Butterfly Symphony die is amazing!

Wonderful card!!! Love the new Butterfly Symphony die!!! I have so many butterfly dies, but can't seem to stop collecting them!!! :)

What a pretty die and your card is awesome Jeanne. Love how you coloured the ribbons. Hugz

I really liked the colors you used on your card and the butterfly swirl die.

Oh! What a GORGEOUS card, AWESOME die, and FABULOUS colors!

Great card Jeanne! Love this new Butterfly Symphony die. Thinking of all the different ways it can be used.

What a lovely spring card. Sure to brighten the recipient's day. The swirl ribbon of yellow and orange really make the butterflies pop.

Oh how pretty! Love the colors!

What a lovely die...and you've created a beautiful card with it. Great colors , too!

Lovely card Jeannie, beautiful signifies the beginning of spring

What a pretty and elegant card - the die is wonderful and you have highlighted it beautifully!

How lovely!

I love the colors that you choose for your card

Jeane I love the color splash and the swirl you've created that looks so fun and depicts the arrival of spring to me. The flowers bloom on the earth and tbe lively butterflies flutter by all the flowers and spread the colors.. I love this multi sized butterflies... Thank you for the inspiration.. ❤️❤️❤️Stay healthy stay safe..

Wowzers! Such a pretty Butterfly Symphony card. Love the colors that you used. So bright and cheery and just what we all need!!!

What a beautiful card, love the colors and the beautiful butterflies.

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