Polka Dots, Butterflies & a Give-Away

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No challenges associated with this post, however, just a happy set of notecards.  I really had a good time making this set.  Polka dots truly make me happy!  I will need to remember this when I’m having a bad day…just pull out some happy dotted DSP and everything should around…I will let you know if it works!

Since I am waiting on my order from the new Occasions catalog to arrive, I pulled out the polka dotted DSP from the Designer Series Paper Stacks.  The colors are Melon Mambo, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie and Pear Pizzazz.  All of these colors also have coordinating 1/4″ cotton ribbon. These are note sized cards using the Whisper White note cards.  The only stamping are the sentiments from the Tin of Cards stamp set.  I use these sentiments all the time.  The envelopes flaps were given a little DSP to complete the set.

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After stamping the sentiment on a 2 1/4″ x 4 1/2″ piece of white cardstock, I used a die from the Butterfly Thinlits to cut the butterfly.  Then I gave the butterfly a little bling by adding a few rhinestones for the body.

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I would love to share this set .  Please leave a comment and I will randomly choose a winner to send this set to.  They will surely brighten your day!

Thanks so much for checking in on my post today and I wish you a Happy, Polka-Dotted Day!

Rosanne

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62 Comments

  1. Great little cards! Love the dots, butterflies, and using the note cards!

  2. Polka dots always make me happy. Your cards are beautiful!

  3. Oh these are just darling…I love them

  4. Oh my gosh – these cards are so nice! Pretty spring butterflies and bright colors…just what we need to get us brought these next few winter months! 😉

  5. What a great idea! Love the simple design. I really tend to overthink card making. I need to remember that simple can be fun and cute!

    • Hi Ann, sometimes I get in over my head with details too. I think if the paper is super cute the design can be super simple.

  6. So cute! Another great way to use the butterfly punch!

    • Thank you, Barb…This is actually the butterfly die and I was happy to use it this way. Sometimes thinking outside the box pays off!

  7. I love using polka dot paper. It’s happy! I can’t wait to make a set or two of these delightful cards.

  8. Very simple but beautiful. Love the colors.

  9. Love this clean and simple (but adorable) design for a stamp a stack. Adding the dsp to the envelopes was clever.

    • Thanks Marlene, these cards go by very quickly once you gather all the materials and it is so easy to make several sets at once.

  10. I must say I am a lot like Ann…I overthink too…these cards are short and sweet. A great creation; you have inspired me to think dots and butterflies! Thank you!

  11. THANKS FOR A SPLENDID IDEA FOR A LITTLE GIFT TO RAISE ONE’S SPIRIT.

  12. These are really cute cards! Love the polka dots.

  13. So simple yet what a statement. Thanks for sharing!

  14. These are beautiful! I love the simplicity of them!

  15. The colors remind me of Spring

  16. Lovely cards! Nice and easy and so pretty!

  17. So simple and a perfect gift. Thanks for sharing. Off to try it out. ????

  18. Great set – love the colors and the polka dots.

  19. Lovely cards. How did you get the extra “line” around the butterfly cut out?

  20. I send a fun card to my nieces for their birthdays each year. I decided to use your design and send them a packet of 4 cards for their birthday’s. They all are 30-40 years old. Thanks for the inspiration!!

  21. These are such happy cards. I love everything thing about them – from the polka dot paper, butterflies, variety of stamps, and the embellishment.

  22. I love the cards. Polka dots and butterflies go great together.

  23. This is AMAZING! I love everything about all of your cards! You are sooooo darn talented – WOOT-WOOT to you….just fabulous! Hugs my friend, I am so proud of you!

  24. My school teacher daughter likes having cute hand made cards ready for use at any time. She will love these. They are simple, bright and cheerful. Great for any occasion. Thanks for sharing.

    • You’re welcome, Brenda. These are perfect for a teacher. I too have a school teacher daughter so I might just have to make a set for her! Thanks for the idea!

  25. Did you layer the plain paper under the white cardstock before die cutting the butterfly? Thanks

    • First I covered the front of the notecard with the polka dot DSP then I layered a 2 1/4 x 4 1/4 piece of white CS over a 2 1/2 x 4 1/2 piece of colored CS then cut through both pieces with the die allowing the polka dots to show. Hope this helps.

  26. Lindo felicitaciones, aunque empecé con este hobby a una edad ya grande, me reconforta y anima toda la imaginación, creación y emisión que le pones a cada trabajo, se siente tus feelings.
    Gracias por todo.
    Felicitaciones

  27. These would make such a nice gift!

  28. Love all those dots! Great set of cards!

  29. Laurie Bradshaw

    I love the polka dots. I would send these to those who needed to receive a card. They are so bright and cheery

  30. What an adorable set of cards!! I love keeping sets on hand for last minute gift giving! Thanks for the chance to win these sweet cards!

  31. WOW. So simple and yet so classy.! Love the bright colours.

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