Each month, when I receive their merchandise and ship it to them, they also get a card kit. They can view the card here on my blog and put the card together in the convenience of their own craft space. The only thing they need to supply is the adhesive.
To create the leaves on the gold paper, I stamped the image on the right side and then stamped the leaves on the left side without reinking the stamp to give it a lighter color.
In this close up picture, you can see that the butterfly (which is an A Muse die) is layered. The top layer (smaller butterfly) is only attached at the body. Once the adhesive is dried, the wings are gently lifted up to give the butterfly some dimension.
I like to put something inside my cards, too. Here's a sneak peek...
... and here's the inside of the card
If you're interested in joining the Virtual Card Club, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll talk about the possibilities.
Image & Sentiments: A Muse Making A Difference (page 40 of the 2012 A Muse Catalog)
Ink: A Muse Cranberry and Grass (page 129 of the 2012 A Muse Catalog)
Cardstock: A Muse (Buttercup - page 128 of the 2012 A Muse Catalog), Paper Company (Boysenberry), and Papertrey (White)
Designer Paper: Dream Street Papers Pear Green Tapestry
Embellishments: A Muse Fern Organdy Ribbon (page 140 of the 2012 A Muse Catalog) and Twinkle Lime Dots (page 139 of the 2012 A Muse Catalog)