2. I removed the stencil and I added different colours of UTEE onto the card, adding each one and then tipping it off before adding the next so that my colours weren’t contaminated.
3. I used my heat tool to melt each colour, adding more UTEE once that colour popped so that I could create a coloured metal background. I did have to re-attach the stencil at one point and tap over again as the UTEE got too cold, but I’m sure you all know this technique.
4. I stamped the butterfly with Versafine ink pad and coloured with Luminarte H2O Twinkling watercolours, I was attempting to catch the look of enamelling.
5. I die cut the sentiment and flower then fussy cut the butterfly and played around with the layout but I opted to keep this card fairly simple because of the stunning metallic background.