Rich Razzleberry Beautiful Wings

Beautiful Wings Embosslit Die

Today’s card is one I have taught at a couple different card classes.  It has been very well liked!  The picture isn’t as pretty as the card is in real life.  I just can’t catch the glint of the Dazzling Diamonds sprinkled on the card.

Elegant Bouquet Embossing Folder

To make the card, I used the Elegant Bouquet Embossing Folder, Beautiful Wings embosslit Die, Flight of the Butterfly stamp set, Rich Razzleberry ribbon and Rhinestone Brads.  The “bow” I made is simply two pieces of ribbon with the prongs of a Rhinestone Brad pulled apart and wrapped around the ribbon.

The butterflies are cut out of the Cottage Walls DSP with the Beautiful Wings embosslit Die.  On the large butterfly I used a 2-way Glue Pen to trace the dry embossing and then poured on some Dazzling Diamonds.  I used the glue pen to put a small dot in the middle of each flower and added Dazzling Diamonds there as well.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this card!  Did you know I travel with my classes?  Lately I’ve had several classes where I go to the hostesses house (or workplace or church or wherever) and she and her friends get to make multiple cards and place orders.  Many have found it to be a fun night out to make 6 cards each (2 cards each of 3 designs) for the price of $8.00 and then the hostess gets to reap the hostess benefits from the orders placed!

If you’re interested in booking a party like this please contact me!  I would love to get your party on the calendar!


  1. Very elegant!! Dry embossing was my first love slyly replaced by stamping…but I think it is the most elegant. Beautiful card!

  2. Becky, this is really pretty. And, since I just received my b-fly embosslit and my rzlbry cs, I can try to make one like it! (I don’t have the right touch with the brad-around-the-ribbon technique, though.)

  3. This is so beautiful! Love it!


  5. I love your site. Thanks a lot for sharing your ideas with us. This card is indeed very pretty & elegant 🙂

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