Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Butterfly Basics Bundle!

Welcome Stampin' Friends!

Another sample of the Butterfly Basics Stamp Set and Framelits Bundle! I also used the "waxed paper" die cut butterfly too! Adds a little extra umph to the finished look don't ya think? and the fact that I don't like to throw anything away!  
If you have a die cutter, my favorite is the Big Shot (found HERE!) you already know to use waxed paper for fine detail dies to release the bits and pieces of the design easily, and to run through machine at twice. I also use Karen Burniston's idea of layering dryer sheets on the bottom cutting plate before the card stock layer. But as every Big Shot has a different tension, mine works best using only 2 dryer sheets, not 6. If you get those little bumps from your die on your cut image, your tension is tighter, so just use one less dryer sheet-or more sheets if your machine doesn't cut cleanly. 

Image comes out beautifully with most of the bits of card stock left on the dryer sheet! Smells great too! There are many varieties out there and on YouTube to check out, but here's the Big Shot sandwich I use for the Butterfly Basics die, starting with bottom layer:
  1. Platform (regular or magnetic)
  2. Cutting Plate
  3. Two Dryer Sheets
  4. Card Stock
  5. Waxed Paper
  6. Die
  7. Cutting Plate

$50 (before s/h and tax) you'll receive this stand up desk calendar Here, I created using the Butterfly Basics Bundle!
$100 (before s/h and tax) you'll receive the stand up desk calendar and a set of 4 handcrafted cards I created using the Butterfly Basics Bundle, in appreciation and as a special Thank You from me!

AND, You also get to choose 1 FREE items from the Sale-a-bration 2015 Brochure for every $50 you spend! Remember, if you plan to place an order over $150, please do not use the code. You will receive your own hostess rewards! So Have Fun!
Enjoy all the Stampin' Up! products, ideas, and creativity! If there is anything I can do or answer for ya, just email me at createwithgwen13@gmail.com 

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