Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Bye Bye Butterflies

Hi stampers!  Happy hump day!   While I miss my parents, it's nice to get back into our normal routine which also includes Mondays now that Ian isn't going to therapy anymore.  He made a bit of progress in 9 months (gah) and I wasn't up for going to years on end!  Anyway, back to normal for a week...and then school is out.  What am I going to do with the two of use FIVE days a week ALL day????  Have I mentioned he's not napping much now?   Anyone feel me? ;-)

Anyway it will be time for a new normal I guess.  I'm hoping to maybe get someone to come watch him a few mornings a week so I can have some time (duh) but more so because I want him to keep being used to being away from me for a while as he's still struggling at the gym and school with that (thanks to a mean kid....) and then I wouldn't have to subject him to the gym 5 days a week again!  It's mayhem there!

Anyway, enough blabbering, onto the project!    Even though I rarely seem to pull them out, I'm going to miss these butterflies in Watercolor Wings!  And this set is perfect to use on the Stamparatus for perfect placement!

I stamped on watercolor paper, another great use for the Stamparatus.  Because of the paper's texture, I had to re ink and re stamp a number of times to get solid images.  I stamped the most solid image in Daffodil Delight, the body and inner areas in Mango Melody. and then the outer part in Calypso Coral.  I then lightly misted it with water and set it to dry before I stamped the antennae and sentiment on.

I did a little background stamping and then just added a few things down on the side.  I used my retired SU stapler but you could really use any stapler you have!

And that's it.  Might want to grab this one before it's gone!

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