Whimsey Stamps and purchased it right way.
After coloring it, I cut the wings to seperate them, shaped them a bit and popped them up with dimensionals.
I often purchase 12x12 paper pads, though I am not sure why. The images tend to be to big for cards and I find scrapbooking to be the hardest thing I have ever tried. Then it occured to me...I know, I am a bit slow, lol...Use the corners of these papers for a card. This paper was so pretty and had the pattern along with the image, so I decided to only use one layer of the paper. Then again, being so pretty, I did not want to cover it up either.
I noticed butterflys are attracted to flowers of the same color as they are. Probably to camaflage themselves. so this paper and coloring seemed a good pairing to me.
I added the crystals to make it look like the butterfly is just leaving the flower. I am not sure that kind of flower would be in a butterfly garden, I don't have them in mine, but maybe she/he just stopped to rest, lol
I am going to enter this card in the following challenges:
Creative Crafts: lace
Flourishes: butterflys (must leave a comment to be entered in the challenge)
Creative Belli: "C" embellishments
Scrapbook Sisters: spring flowers
Stampavie and More: spring or Easter
Your Next Stamp Challenge: sparkle
AI Factory: things with wings
Paper-Crafting Journey: up in the air, use digi
Shellys Images: anything goes
Southern Girls: use flowers (I hope the paper counts)
Digi Doodle Shop: anything goes