Saturday, February 6, 2010

Mariposa Butterfly Mini-Album kit

*Not pictured but included: 2 Stamp chipboard frames (1 large, 1 small); binding ring

** SOLD as of 2/7/2010. Thank you! **

Hi everyone! As you know, I love butterflies... and when DCWV introduced the Mariposa paper collection, I fell in love! What an awesome collection of nature... butterflies, birds, birdcages... and with a French twist! The glitter and colors of the paper are amazing. Anyhow, I wanted to share my love of this paper collection with you all, by introducing a new mini-album kit, inspired of course by butterflies! But there is a variety of birds, birdcages & fleur de lis in this kit.

I will only have 1 kit for sale at this time. Shipping costs are included in the price. This kit is pretty heavy as the chipboard butterflies are 7 1/2 x 9 inches large and it's packed with goodies. :-)

If you are interested in purchasing this kit, please select the purchase option at the very bottom of this post. If you are unable to purchase, the kit is sold.

If you are interested in purchasing a smaller version of this kit, let me know and we can discuss options. You may contact me at

Thanks everyone for your interest! :-)

*Important note: Purchase of shipping insurance for an extra $2 is recommended as lost or damaged kits will not be replaced. Thank you.


Kristy Hansenwi said...

Hello Arlene--I showed a friend of mine the Black and white mini kit. She loved it. She wants to make a couple (or 3) mini albums for Mother's Day. She wondered if you do special kits for someone on request. She loved that it was all there ready to go. She hasn't scrapped much so has nothing. But would love to get into it and felt this was a good way to do so. I don't know what colors or anything. And she would probably want them all the same, but would design them all a bit different. Could you email me with some thoughts on this. If you don't do this, do you know anyone that would?

Primitive Seasons said...

Hi Arlene: I have a question. I have the Mariposa paper and wondered if you used a Michael's $1 spot butterfly album or did you use a die to cut your chipboard butterflies and paper or what? Thanks so much!