Hello crafty friends! Lien here with another clean and simple card using a slightly older stamp set this time!

For this card I'm using the Mod Floral Stack stamp set to create a butterfly image. I know these images are meant to be leaves, but when I first saw it I thought it was a butterfly set so I couldn't wait to use it as such. I stamped the largest image from the set first in WOW Ultra Slow Drying Clear embossing ink and embossed it with WOW Decadent Ruby embossing powder. Once that was heatset, I then stamped the second largest image just underneath it, slightly overlapping them in the middle and embossed it with WOW Sea of Tranquility embossing powder.

For my card panel I wanted to add a bunch of colors quickly and the most fun way I know how to do that is to strip it up. I actually chose these papers beforehand and based my choice of embossing powder on the strips of paper I'd cut. I cut 3 different widths of strips of each color of paper (3mm, 5mm and 8mm, the measurements don’t really matter, I just measured them to make sure there was a significant difference in the sizes).

I die cut the Double Stitched Window Cover Panel from this striped background and added a sentiment from the same Mod Floral Stack stamp set beneath the stitched window. I mounted the panel on two layers of foam tape and added the butterfly in the center of the window onto another small piece of foam tape as well. That's it! I didn't even add any embellishments.

If you'd like to see how I made this card plus a fun matching envelope, please watch the video below! Thank you so much for visiting!