Designer's Tip: After using markers to brush color onto the stamp, if you find the ink drying too quickly, turn the stamp with the image facing you and blow on the image, heating the ink and adding moisture.
- Cut the card into a 5” square. Place the fold on the side. Glue 4 3/4” square of green paper to the card center. Mat 4 1/8” pink floral paper with white cardstock, leaving 1/16” border and glue to the center.
- Punch a 3 1/2” green circle and glue to the center. Punch a 3” white circle. Apply pink marker to the greeting and stamp near the top of the white circle. Stamp a green butterfly above the greeting. Stamp tiny green swirls near the bottom at the sides. Glue the white circle to the green circle.
- Apply pink to the flower and green to the leaves on the stamp. Stamp on white cardstock and cut out, leaving a 1/32” border around the image. Foam tape to the bottom of the white circle. Glue a green gingham bow to the top left.
- Inside: Stamp a rose image at the bottom right corner of the card inside back. Stamp green swirls around the leaves. Stamp a green butterfly above the flower. Use the large swirl to stamp a pink border across the top. Stamp the greeting with green.