Monday, May 6, 2013

Polka Dots and Papillon Potpourri

Polka dots are cheery!

The word Papillon means Buttefly in French.  And, of course, Potpourri is a mixture of something.
Marina Mist color
I had no idea that Papillon was butterfly until I went to post this card and decided to see if that's what it meant.  My mom is crazy about butterflies.  I'm gonna send this card to her - she did some damage to her arm in a fall on Tuesday last week.  Say . . . I can even show you that damage . . .
Our younger son, my dad, our older son, and my mom - with her hurt hand
As a matter of fact, isn't this a nice picture?  Since our younger son was in a piano recital today, my mom and dad came to listen and support him.    It was fantastic to see them, even if it was just for a little bit.  The weather was beautiful out, so it was a nice drive for them.  Anyway -- look at that poor hand/arm on my mom.  Just a big black, blue, green, and every-other-color-under-the-sun mess.
A little Sassy Salutation does the trick.  I love how the stamp set of butterflies has big and little ones.
This card was so easy to make, I did it in several colors!
What I used:
Whisper White card stock (#100730; Polka Dot Parade Designer Series Paper (#126902)
Papillon Potpourri (#123759) and Sassy Salutations (#126707) stamp sets
Ink colors - Marina Mist, Pumpkin Pie, and Basic Black
Stampin' Dimensionals, Basic Rhinestone Jewels.
2-1/2" circle and Elegant Butterly punches.
Snail adhesive.

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