My youngest niece turns 11 today, so I made her a sweet card to celebrate. I took my inspiration from one of my favorite blog, Karen Thomas' Luv to Stamp. Karen took a bit of a break from blogging and I'm so happy to see that she's back. I love her style so much.
For this card, I used some paper I picked up from Paper Zone just before they went out of business (oh how I miss that store). I cannot for the life of me remember the manufacturer, but I love it's flecked tones. The pick paper is a Pop Tone that Paper Zone used to sell too. The burgandy-ish (is that even a word?) color is from DCWV. The ribbon I picked up on sale at Michaels quite some time ago. The washi tape I bought there much more recently. I'm pretty sure the heart tape is from Recollections and the pink tape is either from Queen and Co or Recollections. The butterflies were cut on the Cameo using the Echo Park design and the shape is one that I bought from Silhouette and altered on the Cameo. I embossed the smallest butterfly with an embossing folder from the "Phrases" set by Darice. I think it's so wonderful that you would never know that the embossing on there is the beginning of the word "Thank." The sentiment is from a Hero Arts set I bought at Michaels. I finished it off with a few Liquid Pearls and called it good.