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By Susan Cobb
- With the fold at the left, cover the card front with blue/green patterned paper. Place the sheet of green textured paper over the card front. Tear the top edge of the paper at an angle so the tear is 1 1/4" from the top left corner, and 4" from the top right corner. Trim edges evenly with the card front, then ink the edges with Blue Iris ink.
- Using Blue Iris ink, stamp the large butterfly image over the center of the torn green paper on the card front as shown. Stamp the solid butterfly image angled near the lower right corner with French Blue ink, then stamp swirls at the bottom corners, and small butterflies between the larger ones. Stamp the swirled butterfly image with Blue Iris ink over the center of the French Blue solid butterfly image.
- Mat "thank you" on green, leaving a thin border. Glue to the blue/green patterned paper at the top of the card front. Zot a bow near the words.
- Inside the card: Cut a 3"x2 1/2" blue/green patterned paper rectangle, ink the edges with Blue Iris ink, then mat on green and ink the edges. Glue centered to the inside. Stamp a solid butterfly angled over the center of the rectangle with Blue Iris ink. Add "thanks a million!" square to blue tag and glue over the lower right corner of the rectangle. Zot a ribbon to the top of the tag.