I have had so many requests from my customers who create cards, tags, miniatures and smaller sized altered projects and decorations to produce my butterflies in a smaller size. So now, you can get this Winter Sky Mixed Color Glitter Glass Butterflies in a sweet, small size that are perfect for scrapbooking, cardmaking, tags, mini albums, weddings or altered item applications called Reneabouquets Tiny Treasures. Butterflies are made from Reneabouquets Premium Paper and have been decorated with hand tinted German glitter glass and glitter paints. Each body has pearl accents. Each butterfly has a wire antenna in your color choice.
Gently bend wings upward upon arrival, for even more dimension.
Tiny Treasures Winter Sky Mixed Colors Premium Paper Glitter Glass
4-Small Butterflies *Wing Span-1 3/4 inch (1-pink, 1-blue, 1- teal, 1 brown)
Printed 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 resistant.
Reneabouquets Premium Paper is Engineered and Manufactured in house at Reneabouquets, by Team Member, David Harrison using the same process as Beautiful Board~ 100% Virgin Pulp and finished with an all organic coating from Renea's late, Pawpaw's secret recipe that allows the paper to take color that produces amazing, true color with amazing depth and clarity.
Reneabouquets Premium Paper has a .014 point thickness.
All Reneabouquets Premium Paper Designs are Reneabouquets Originals.
Copyright 2017 They may not be duplicated or recreated in any form.Reneabouquets Premium Paper is Exclusive To The Reneabouquets Shops.
*These butterflies are copyrighted and may not be copied, duplicated or recreated in any form. *
I have included a photo of an Altered Box, Calendar and card set created by Reneabouquets Design Team Artist~Yorlis Borja for inspiration and so that you can see what this product (pink) looks like when used on a project.
You can find the process video for this project here: