Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Butterfly Stamp: All A Flutter… Clean and Simple, and Artistically Presented

Aren’t you absolutely IN LOVE with the All A Flutter Stamp set featured in the Summer Mini Catalog from Stampin’ Up?  If not, I’ve got to tell you that this is an absolute ENABLER ALERT!  This stamp does the classic “clean and simple”  aka C.A.S. style, migrates to collage style, and even ATC’s (future post).

All A Flutter can be stamped, embossed, masked.. gosh, so many other things to result in absolutely fantastic cards.

The first card feature today shows you a very classic clean and simple (C.A.S.) style with a masked image and very simple layers of cardstock in classic bashful blue, and whisper white.


Not really a WOW card… but clean and simple (C.A.S.)… great for a workshop WOW!  It uses two simple basic stamps, All  A Flutter, and the En Francais large format background stamp.

A very versatile stamp set… two stamps to buy, very simple design.

So… let’s see what can happen if you step it up a notch… Perhaps everyone in you in-home demonstration / workshop made the Clean and Simple card displayed above… What A WOW! if you pulled out this card employing just two more stamp sets:  Elements of Style, and Charming!! 


The collage of artistic art elements employed in this sample is very easily achieved… and I can show you how… simply stamped, there are no mistakes just creative opportunities!  Contact me to host your in home demonstration or attend a class in your Jacksonville, FL. neighborhood… A portable art that comes to you!


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Susan Carlson said...


I love your creations! What blue did you use in the second card?


jimlynn said...

Beautiful cards!

cinmfoster said...

Definately a Wow card. Both are beautiful. Thanks for sharing them.

Sharon Field / Created By You said...

Hi Susan, I emailed you the colors... but just in case anyone else wants to know.. it was Pacific Point Classic Ink!

Anonymous said...

Sharon--Nice to see you here--Love this project--it's fantastic! I don't have that butterfly/moth--as I have so many others--but I love how you used it.
Great job, Hugs, Nola