Freshly Brewed Projects - Butterfly Gala


Hello and welcome. It is time for another Freshly Brewed Projects from the Latte Girls. This week we are featuring the very popular Butterfly Gala Bundle.




If you haven't seen it yet, the Butterfly Gala Bundle contains the Butterfly Gala photopolymer stamp set and matching Butterfly Duet punch. You can purchase these individually, but you save 10% by purchasing them together as a bundle.

Love butterflies? Then you are going to love the Butterfly Gala Bundle. A gorgeous stamp set and matching punch. Get it now at 10% off - http://bit.ly/ButterflyGalaBundle

I have used these products quite extensively, so if you search Butterfly Gala on my site, you will see a load of samples. For todays' sample, I wanted to do something just a little different. I hope you like it.

Love butterflies? Then you are going to love the Butterfly Gala Bundle. A gorgeous stamp set and matching punch. Get it now at 10% off - http://bit.ly/ButterflyGalaBundle

I decided to stamp the butterflies on our Window sheet so they were transparent. I think in hindsight I should of used a less fussy patterned butterfly. But you can still see the colour through, so I guess it sort of worked how I wanted it to. A side on shot shows the effect better.

Love butterflies? Then you are going to love the Butterfly Gala Bundle. A gorgeous stamp set and matching punch. Get it now at 10% off - http://bit.ly/ButterflyGalaBundle

I really liked how this card came out. I have loads more ideas floating around my head, so watch out for more Butterfly Gala samples in the future. But for now, it's time to see what the other Latte girls have made.


To purchase any of the products I have used on this card, please see the Shopping List below.

Thanks for dropping by.
Have a great day.
Cheers,
Narelle

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3 comments:

  1. Really stunning Narelle, I love it all. Thanks for your continued inspiration.

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  2. wow ... that looks really cool. Love the effect of the window sheet and the colour behind it

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  3. Love the idea of using window sheets. I think I will have to give that a go. Your projects are always beautiful Narelle, thank you for sharing. Xx

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