Double Embossed Butterflies

Stampin Up, Butterfly Thinlits
CASology has the cue word "move" this week and
Uniko want to see metallic.
The CAS Mix Up May challenge is stamping, heat embossing & another.

We made this card (amongst others!) at my last Craft Club session.

Lots of different techniques to have fun with - watercolouring with dry embossing, then heat embossing and a final sprinkling of Mica powders!

First we "pooled" a couple of ink colours in the debossed areas of the embossing folder before passing the card through the Big Shot.

Then we brushed Versamark over the embossed areas and sprinkled it with holographic and silver embossing powders.

To finish it off, we added some irridescent Mica powder with an Aquapainter.

Happy crafting!



  1. What a beautiful way to use this embossing folder and butterfly, Lindsey! I love the colors, heat embossing and sparkle on the those butterflies! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Mix Up!

  2. TFS your close up Lindsey. Very pretty heat embossing and glitter on your butterflies. So pleased you joined us at CAS Mix Up. Hugs, Nancy

  3. Beautiful card with lots of dimension and texture. Love all the shine from your embossing and mica flakes too. Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

  4. Super work. LOVE this card with the neat techniques.

    Please give Alfie a cuddle from his Auntie Sarn xxx

  5. Stunningly beautiful card. Love all the textures. Cara x

  6. Such a pretty card, and I like all the butterflies. Thanks so much for linking up at CASology this week.

  7. Lindsey your butterfly and butterfly background are so pretty. Thank you so much for sharing with us at CASology this week!

  8. Great layers and texture. So happy you played the CASology Challenge this week.

  9. Beautiful card, I love the inked embossing folder.
    Janice x


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