There aren't two tips on this butterfly, but there ARE two tips on this card.  We originally did this card in Marina Mist with no sponging in this post.  But on Saturday, they did it this way using the Stampin' Up! Strength & Hope Stamp Set to support Breast Cancer Research.  ($2 from each sale goes to find a cure.)

Rich Razzleberry - click 4 close Up
This time we did the Twisted Easel Card in Rich Razzleberry.

So what are my two tips?  You can see them in this close up.  Ann put the smallest pearl on there, but I think the middle one would work better.  Those butterflies are strong & can carry them!

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First – if you don't like cutting out antennae – then DON'T!  I told Ann to have everyone stamp the butterfly in Rich Razzleberry onto the Crumb Cake card front.  Then they stamped the butterfly again onto Very Vanilla & cut it out without the antennae.  Just like magic, those little antennae on the card show up!  No cutting!

The second little tip has to do with the new Postage Stamp Punch.  If you want just a plain larger border around it, use the 1-3/8" Square Punch & be happy.  That's a good look too.  But if you want it to pop a little, add a narrow bright or dark contrasting border with the 1-1/4" Square Punch like we did here.  It's just a little pop that may make a difference on your next card.

And remember!  That Postage Stamp Punch works with the Cute by the Inch hostess set that you can get when you have a $300 order, home workshop or private class for you & your friends.

It's a grrrrreat time to be the blog dog of a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

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