Symmetric Butterflies

Day 3 of MFT Stamp School is all about Symmetry. I chose butterflies to create the lesson with.

https://mftstamps.com/blogs/news/summer-school-2020-day-3

Symmetry means that if I close the card in half, both halves will be exactly alike. I used Lawn Fawn stamps, Flutter By and Simply Sentiments for this card. I colored the butterflies with Copic markers. This was enjoyable to color.

12 thoughts on “Symmetric Butterflies

    1. Thanks Gayle! It has been fun. There are only 2 days left. What I like is that MFT is not a stickler on only using their product. I own few MFT stamps and none really fit the lessons.

  1. Great job Lisa! It must have taken you some time to color each of the sections of the butterflies identically. It is perfectly symmetrical, both vertically and horizontally.

    1. It was easy to color. I pulled out a set of Copic markers, called Brights, I think, all Caio ones. I started with the center, then picked a few pieces for yellow, then added the other colors. I kept to one marker color at a time going through all three butterflies. It was fun to make! Thanks.

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