www.callmevictorian.com I found some of the most wonderful decopauge sheets of butterflies and decided that I needed a few (they are free by the way) so head over for all things of yore.
I was interested in using the "trace and detach" feature on my Cameo. I was so excited when it worked, so then I wanted to do a print and cut, I wanted to retain the whispy feel of the butterfly and decided I wanted to print and cut it on copy paper, I gave the cut less than a 50% chance of success, lol, (oh me of little faith), the Cameo far exceeded my expectations. Look at the antennae, oh my goodness. I was so excited I cut it out twice and layered it, leaving the top butterfly only adhered at the bottom so its wings were partially extended as if just alighting to the branch. The sentiment box says, "For every butterfly there is an angel to glorify its color." I added some "washi tape" with butterflies to the bottom. Pulled 3 of my fav. little flowers out, they are so old I cannot remember the mfg. The branch is from "Memory Box" and the little butterfly in upper right is from another collage sheet from call me victorian. All coloring was done with Copic markers and a little airbrushing also.