Martha Stewart Vine Trim punch. I inked the edges of the leaves to give it a little more dimension and to help it stand out against the DSP. The sentiment is a circle stamp from one of the dollar bins at Michael's. I stamped it with Versamark and then embossed it with purple embossing powder and layered it on a doily die-cut.
I used some liquid pearls for the butterflies' bodies, and I also dotted some of it around the vine. The butterflies were cut twice with a Martha Stewart punch and layered. The top layer is actually punched out of pink vellum. It's hard to see that it's vellum in the photos, but I thought it looked quite nice IRL.
There was so much happening on the front of the card, that I decided to keep the inside simple. Just a purple mat and a butterfly stamp. I stamped the butterfly on scratch paper first and then stamped it above my sentiment without re-inking.
Once again, I used a sentiment from Hannelie at Desert Diva. You'll find her Easter sentiments here.
Well, I did make a few more Easter cards, but I think I'll spare you from looking at more of them.
I hope you all have a wonderful holiday weekend. Thanks so much for stopping by, and remember to laugh--a little or a lot--every day.