This listing is for 3 beautiful Pink Glitter Glass Butterflies They make a wonderful embellishment for scrapbooking, cardmaking, tags, mini albums, weddings, party decorations or altered item applications. Butterflies are made from heavy duty, Archival Safe cardstock and have been decorated with pale pink hand tinted glitter glass and glitter paints. The body has been accented with crystals. Each butterfly has a wire antenna. Gently bend wings upward upon arrival, for even more dimension.All About Choices:Pick your antenna color from the drop down box and choose your Pearl or Crystal Body Accents from the 2nd Drop Down Box.These butterflies are not clip art images. They are an original, and unique creation. These butterflies were designed, drawn, and colored from scratch, by me, exclusively for my Reneabouquets Shop. They were then printed onto premium, heavy duty, Archival Safe card stock, meticulously hand painted with glitter paint accents for an amazing, shimmery look. They come with your choice of color wire antennas and each butterfly has pearl body accents.My butterflies are meticulously detailed with layers of mediums that give them my signature "beautiful with an edge" style. Because I care about quality, Card Stock & Papers are Acid-Free & Lignin- Free.Item includes1-Large Butterfly *Wing Span- 2 1/2 inch1-Medium Butterfly *Wing Span- 2 1/4 inch1-Small Butterfly *Wing Span-2 inchPrinted on a Professional Printer using Epson Ultrachrome K3 inks which are archival safe, permanent inks. This produces archival prints with amazing color fidelity, gloss level, and scratch resistance as well as a finish that is water and medium proof.*This Item Is A Reneabouquets Original**These butterflies are copyrighted and may not be copied, duplicated or recreated in any form. *
Pink Glitter Glass Butterflies
- *I have included a photo of a couple of layouts, and an off the page project that I did as a Design Team Member for the Scraps Of Elegance Kit Club that feature these Pink Glitter Glass Butterflies for inspiration and so that you can see what they look like on layouts, and on an altered project.