- For the card front: Turn the card with the fold on the left. Cover the front with green floral paper. Cut a 1¼” x 6½” piece of the pink stripes paper. Mat the right long edge with green dots and purple plain paper, varying the widths as shown. Glue it along the left edge of the card front, but leave the right edge unglued through the center.
- Size the three quotes from the CD: the “extraordinary” quote is 3¼” x 1½; the “just like you” quote is 3” x 1”; the “spectacular” quote is 3” x 1½”. Cut out the quotes and mat each on green dots, then on purple paper. Glue them to the front, spacing them as shown and tucking the left edges under the border.
- Punch two butterflies from the pink stripe and one from the green dots. Mat all of them on purple. Bend the wings up, then glue the bodies to the border, positioned as shown. Draw antennae for all of them.
- For the inside: Cut a 5½” square of green floral paper. Follow the template instructions to trace and cut out a butterfly pop-up in the center of the square. Cut away the designs on the wings. Use the circle punches to make the holes in the wings of the outer butterfly.
- Fold the pop-up as instructed, then flatten it again. Use the pen to draw squiggly lines and dots around the outer edges of the three butterflies. Also add lines and dots around the outer edges of the square. Trace and cut the antennae from black paper. Glue them in place on the floral background.
- Cut two 3” x 6” pieces from the pink stripes paper. Glue one on each side of the card center fold, aligning them as shown. Add glue to the pop-up on the back of the right side. Fold the pop-up and carefully adhere it to the inside back, aligning the folds. Add glue to the back of the left side and close the card carefully. Press it in place firmly to adhere the left side of the pop-up to the inside front.
- Print the sentiment in black on white and cut it to 3½” x 1”. Add chalk through the words, then mat it on green dots and purple, varying the mat widths as shown. Glue it to the inside back, near the bottom, tucking it under the butterfly slightly.