Bubble Wrap Birthday Card

I made a card using a video idea from Gina K Designs with bubble wrap.

https://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/wednesdaychallenge/simon-says-anything-goes-94/

I used a Lawn Fawn set called Flutter By for the butterflies. The greeting came from a Unity set illustrated by Gracielle Designs. The background is bubble wrap stamped in Polished Pink.

This card was originally created for the Challenge Your Stash challenge at Splitcoast Stampers. We always upload our cards on the 28th of the month. The challenge was to make something for Earth Day thinking of things that make our Earth beautiful. I love butterflies and Gina K had the perfect video for inspiration. I redeemed my bubble wrap from heading to the trash and using it.

It will be going to the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge as it is an Anything Goes challenge.

11 thoughts on “Bubble Wrap Birthday Card

    1. Thank you! I had to rescue it from a box. I was ready to get rid of it with the sticky back. It works well.

  1. This is a beautiful card. Butterflies certainly are beautiful, and as you recycled, you made the earth more beautiful in the making of this card. Great work on this!

    1. Thank you! I really like the butterflies in that set. I colored more than I used, so one of these days, I will be ready to use them.

    1. Thank you, Gerry. The bubble wrap was kind of fun to use. A few bubbles were popped, but you can’t really tell as the eye is drawn to the center.

  2. Beautiful butterflies and awesome color. Perfect Earth Day card by reusing your bubble wrap. You inspired me to try this technique.

    1. Thanks Gayle! It was easier than I thought. It is loud cleaning it as the plastic squeaks a lot. It does clean easily.

  3. Having tried the bubble wrap technique myself I know how much fun it is to use. You did a good job here and I love the soft pinks and the butterflies.

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