Day 6 – Butterflies for a good cause

Today I am sharing this project for a good cause. A customer and friend of mine, Jodie, is an Ambassador for Destiny Rescue.

Destiny Rescue is a non-profit organisation that is dedicated to rescuing and protecting children from human trafficking and sexual exploitation. You can find out more about Destiny Rescue at

These are just some favours that I created and am donating to Jodie’s High Tea being held to raise funds for this amazing cause. The colours chosen reflect Destiny Rescue.


Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlits Dies
Butterfly Thinlits Dies
Watercolour Wings Clear Mount Stamp Set
Stampin Up! A4 Cardstock – Basic Black, Whisper White & Pumpkin Pie
Stampin Up! Ink – Tangelo Twist & Pumpkin Pie
Memento Black Ink
Stampin Up! Crystal Effects


Using your Whisper White Cardstock, stamp the largest butterfly image of your Watercolour Wings Stamp Set using the Pumpkin Pie Ink. Using the next sized down stamp, stamp this image over the top of your butterfly using Tangelo Twist Ink. Using your smallest butterfly image, stamp this over the top again using Memento Black Ink. Whilst using the Memento Ink, stamp the butterfly’s body also.

Using the smaller of the two intricate butterfly dies, line this up over the stamped butterfly and run this through your Big Shot machine.

Taking your Pumpkin Pie Crdstock, cut a second intricate butterfly the same way.

Adhere the stamped butterfly on top of the Pumpkin Pie one and adhere a rhinestone on its body close to the head. Add a little Crystal Effects to the top butterfly’s wings for some detail.

Using your Curvy Keepsake Thinlits, cut two pieces in Basic Black Cardstock and ahhere together. Attach the butterfly on top of the box.

Thank you for viewing my first series of projects you can make at home. 💜


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