Playing with the doily die!

Hello Ladies!

Wow can you believe it is Thursday?  Where did the week go?

Do you have plans to stamp today?  I will do it but it will be later today.

My card today used the sketch from Red Hot Stampers Sketch Challenges    

 I have to admit I took a liberal interpretation of this sketch.  I also used the color combo from the Color Coach.  If you do not have one of these you are missing out on a great tool!  I played with a technique that Donna at Butternut Sage Designs shared.  Still need to play some more but I like it.  Here is my creation.


inside of card and envelope

Hope my card made you smile today!  Thanks for looking and have a Great Day!



  1. Yes, Robbie, I am smiling from ear to ear. I love this card! Now, how did you the butterfly shape from that die? Thank you for sharing!

  2. Good job, Robbie. Beautiful cardf, and I love the way you matched up butterflies for the inside and envelope too. I'm still trying to make my doily cut shapes. I have to do the doily first and then run through again with another die. I'll have to talk to you about your tricks, Donna too. Hugs.

  3. I love this technique and will definately give it a try. Great card! TFS and playing along with the Red Hot Stampers sketch challenge.

  4. Very cute Robbie!! I need to try that technique too

  5. Robbie did you get my message about the little Lion card you saw on Glenda's blog? You can go into Stampin' Connection and search the demo name Sally Mc Donald – I cased it from her only changing up the tag a tiny bit

  6. Love that butterfly Robbie, just amazing.

  7. Thanks for playing along with the Red Hots again. I love how you thought outside the box with the sketch. ~ Rachel

  8. Robbie…love it! I haven't seen it done with the butterfly before. I've watched Donna's video and have tried this technique a couple of times, but just couldn't get it to work…bummer! Guess I need to play around with it a little more. Thanks for playing with the Red Hot Stampers.

  9. How gorgeous. Just love the doily cut in the heart shape.

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