The Butterfly Chrysalis Change was stamped with Tuxedo Black Memento ink (ImagineCrafts), colored with Copic markers, fussy-cut, and edged with a black marker.
Shimmery white cardstock was die-cut with the Winterberry Sprig die (Memory Box), colored with Copic markers, and detailed with a fine tip pen to make the branches look pipe-like and the berries look like screws. Gold metallic cardstock was die-cut with the Alice's Clock Statement Corner die (SCACD). Black metallic cardstock was die-cut with the Geared Butterfly die (Frantic Stamper). White cardstock was die-cut with the matching Solid Butterfly die (Frantic Stamper), then colored with the same colors used on the Butterfly Chrysalis Change image. The metallic Geared Butterfly was adhered atop the colored Solid Butterfly die-cut.
Green cardstock was embossed with the Clockworks die (Cuttlebug/ProvoCraft). The sprig, corner, and butterfly dies were adhered to the embossed cardstock. was adhered over the sprig, then several sentiments rub-ons from the Life Quotes Remnant Rubs (Idea-ology) were added. The embossed panel was matted with black metallic cardstock, then adhered to a green card.
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