Here's a clean and simple card in both design and execution! In fact it was so easy, I did this as our make and take demonstrating that some of the Grand Nestablities work in the Cuttlebug. For this card I used the Grand Nestabilities 4, of which only the largest is too big for the Cuttlebug. But the second largest, which I used for this card, is sized perfectly for a standard card, being (folded) 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" exactly!
I cut the card from turquoise using the 2nd largest of the Grand Labels 4. I folded the card first and positioned it in the die and sent it through. You could send it through without being folded using the extended cutting pads...but I am too lazy to pull them out! The ivory card front is the 3rd largest and it can be cut normally in the Cuttlebug and then I cut it at the centre point.
The vine is one of Martha Stewart's punches which qualifies it for Scrapbooker's Paradise Playing in Paradise Punch Challenge! I often just cut off a few leaves to tuck in behind a flower, and it bends really easily to create a more fluid look. The butterflies are from the Spellbinders Butterfly Shapeability...it cut's them both at once so I layered them for a flutterby look. The sentiment is Hero Art's Find Joy and we blinged it up at the make and take...which I'm sure you can imagine added a whole lot of fab to this simple little card!
OK...that's all I have today! Hope your's is wonderful and thanks for stopping by!