Monday, August 7, 2017

Butterfly Card with SinCity Stamps

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of Sin City Stamps manufacturing my stamps. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more HERE!

Happy Monday!!!
Today I am sharing my Butterfly is inspired from watching all the butterflies and dragonflies that have been flying in and out of our bushes over the last few days.

I began by applying distress oxide ink on my craft sheet; misting and dabbing white card stock on to each color ink; drying between color applications.

Once the distress oxide ink is dry; stamp Sin City Stamps Grunge Background Stamps using black ink to top of prepared background paper.

Lay stencil on top of prepared stamped background; apply paste with palette knife. Dry.
Adhere to top of 4" x 5 1/2" card base.

Apply distress oxide ink on to white card stock; dry.
Stamp Sin City Stamps Small Butterfly Stamp twice to prepared background with black ink.
(Sin City Stamps Small Butterfly Stamp is available for $2.00 a piece in the store.)

Add chipboard frame to front of card.
Add one of the prepared butterflies to the insert of the frame.
Fussy cut second butterfly; add to top of frame at body.
Bend wings up to make it look like it is flying.

Adhere bow and twine to top of cards....

Along with pretty flowers.

I hope you enjoyed my tutorial on how to use Ranger Distress Oxide Inks with SinCity Stamps. Stop by the SinCity Store to not only check out my stamp collection but to see all the fabulous stamp products that are available.

Ranger Distress Oxide Inks: Peacock Feathers and Wild Honey
MayArts Ribbon Wrinkle Ribbon and Tan Twine
Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Speckles Stencil
Palette Knife
DecoArt Media Crackle Paste
Black Ink
White Card Stock
4" x 5 1/2" Card Base


  1. The card is beautiful. I like how you layered all the different mediums. I'm a Ranger fan myself but I really like the Sin City background stamp. Very cool project.

  2. Beautiful card, Pam! Great texture!