Butterfly Pop Through Technique w/Stampin’ Up’s Springtime Impressions

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Butterfly Pop Through Technique w/Stampin’ Up’s Springtime Impressions

One of my very dear friends, Sherryl Bigelow sent me a card using this technique, I’m not really sure what to call it except super cool. I’ve used the Classic Label punch to cut out a rectangle for the Butterfly to fit through so when you open the card, magically the butterfly is on the inside.  I was so tickled when I got the card I just had to copy it, thanks so much for making my day Sherryl!!! Sherryl used a smaller butterfly that has been discontinued so when I put this in an envelope I’ll fold down the wing on the right side so it will fit.

I just love the new Designer Series paper, the 6 x 6 Garden Impressions paper is gorgeous and this is one of the selected DSP that qualifies for the buy 3 get 1 free sale for the month of July so be sure to stock up.

Card Recipe:


  • Shaded Spruce card stock 8½ x 5½, scored at 4¼
  • Garden Impressions DSP 5¼ x 4, scrap for butterfly & side bar inside the card
  • Silver Metallic cardstock scraps for butterfly and border at the bottom
  • Pacific Point scrapes for circle behind sentiment & strip along the border
  • Whisper White Cardstock 5¼ x 4~inside
  • Soft Sea Foam – sentiment

Stamps and Thinlets:

  • Stitched All Around stamp set, sentiment
  • Stitched Framelits, sentiment~save 10% when you buy the bundle
  • Stitched Framelits, circle behind sentiment
  • Springtime Impressions Thinlits~Butterfly
  • Delicate Lace Edgelits
  • Classic Label Punch


  • Pacific Point ink pad
  • Shaded Spruce ink pad
  • Versa Mark ink pad
  • Clear Embossing Powder


  • Stamparadus
  • Big Shot
  • Stampin’ Dimensional’s
  • Snail Adhesive
  • Tear N Tape
By |2018-06-27T16:52:32+00:00June 26th, 2018|Thank You, Trends|Comments Off on Butterfly Pop Through Technique w/Stampin’ Up’s Springtime Impressions

About the Author:

I am a proud mother of 4 and even prouder grandmother of 5. I started "stamping" over 25 years ago and stopped stamping about 10 years after that because I was so frustrated with my results. Enter Pinterest. Inspired by Pinterest and Youtube I got involved again and oh man am I obsessed! I fell in love with Stampin' Up products after seeing all the amazing cards on Pinterest. I chose Stampin' Up because I love how simple it is to make a gorgeous card with all their coordinating colors and products. Hope you enjoy my website.
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