Here's where I found a tutorial, having spotted another blog using the technique and giving the link to the tutorial (sorry, I can remember who it was, but thank you so much!). There are others on YouTube as well if you search but I like the one I've linked into.
- 5.25" x 5.25" white card stock
- Cuttlebug 'Swiss Dots' embossing folder
- backing paper from a lovely pad by Teresa Collins called 'Sweet Afternoon', sent to me by our snippets playmate Mary Mac (thank you again Mary!)
- re-inkers in TH DI colours, 'Milled Lavender', Tumbled Glass' and 'Spun Sugar'
- baby wipes and an acrylic block
- butterfly stamp and sentiment from the SU set called 'Butterfly Prints'
- SU 'Bashful Blue' to stamp the sentiment - it's not as pale in real life as in the photo :)
- SU punches, one for the butterflies (but you could fussy cut) and one for the sentiment
- snippet of pink ribbon from the ribbon box
The main thing to remember is that the stamp should have a solid image - I've got a maple leaf stamp lurking somewhere that would look great in Autumn shades.