For my Quick & Creative card, I used the Watercolor Wings stamp set. Although there are several steps, it's still very easy to make.
My first step was to stamp the large solid butterfly onto Whisper White cardstock using Sweet Sugarplum ink.
Next, I stamped the detailed large butterfly using Rich Razzleberry ink. Because it's a photopolymer stamp set, it's really easy to line up.
This set is technically a three-step stamp! The last step is the image that is the outside of the butterfly. I stamped this with VersaMark ink and then embossed with the new Copper Embossing Powder.
There are two sets of framelits that coordinate with this stamp set. I could have used the Bold Butterfly framelit and cut around the butterfly. I decided instead to use the Butterflies thinlits and cut the detailed butterfly from this stamped image. What a totally different look!
Are you ready for the finished project?!
Here are a couple of pictures to show you more of the detail, including the new metallic washi tape!