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Tuesday 30 March 2021

Butterfly Challenge - K is for Kite Fold Version 11

This is a Kite fold card - the current theme for Mrs A's Butterfly Challenge  and I will link the card there. I have used Kite fold, Kombu Green and butterflies and hope this counts...

 Mrs A gives instructions for Kite fold cards here and the challenge has the following associated wheel. 

This is variation 11. 

The wooden butterflies were part of a prize from Mrs A!

Open the kite and there is space for a message message.

The patterned paper I used was a double sided one from Stampin Up. I couldn't decide which to use so I made my card 'ambidextrous'!

The sentiment is a stamp from a set by Joy Clair, Happy Easter, stamped in black on some of the yellow card and trimmed.
I added faux stitching with a Micron pen around everything!

I always think of March having windy weather - kite flying weather - and so I am also linking this to

 Leigh's  Spring hop Day 24 March 30Spring-blog-hop-2021

Happy Crafting!


  1. Just stopped by from the Butterfly Challenge... and am now your latest follower! TFS! Kathy A at myasperations.blogspot.com

  2. Gorgeous colours. Fab card. Hugz

  3. Ha, what a brilliant idea and I love how you have called it ambedextrus. So glad you tried the second fold. Thankyou for coming and spinning the butterfly wheel again. Hugs Mrs A.

  4. Another fab kite, love the leave background!

    Val S - LeighSBDesigns DT

  5. Gorgeous kite card, love that it's 2 versions in one!
    Thanks for playing along in LeighSBDesigns Spring Blog Hop!
    Stay Crafty and Stay Safe!

  6. LOVE this special kite fold card!!!


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