What do you call a group of Butterflies?

What do you call a group of Butterflies? Some people call a group of butterflies a Kaleidoscope, but at Stampin’ Up! we are calling it a Butterfly Bouquet! Yes, you’ll get a kaleidoscope of colors and butterfly species, AND you’ll get a sneak peek of new products from the 2021-22 Annual Catalog AND a few exclusive products during the Butterfly Bouquet Promotion now through May 3rd (or while supplies last). Let’s take a look:

The Products…

Butterfly Brilliance Cling Stamp Set 155092
The star of this product suite is the Butterfly Brilliance Cling stamp set, order #155092 which is a Sneak Peek from the 2021-22 Annual Catalog. This is a 1 piece stamp set so you can stamp a whole kaleidoscope of butterflies in just one pass!
My tipbuy 2 stamp sets; one to keep as is, and the other to cut apart so you can just stamp one image if that’s all you want!
Brilliant Wings Dies # 155523
The Brilliant Wings 12 piece Dies # 155523 brings this whole product suite to life! Another Sneak Peek from the 2021-22 Annual Catalog. The dies include a detailed butterfly die and a solid outline die for each butterfly stamp. The outline die coordinates with the Butterfly Bijou Designer Series paper so you can cut out the printed butterfly images from the paper. You can overlay the detailed image over the solid butterfly for a 3D effect.
Butterfly Bijou DSP
EXCLUSIVE to this promotion (thru May 3 or while supplies last) is the beautiful Butterfly Bijou 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper #156824. You’ll get 48 double sided sheets (8 each of 8 different designs) of butterfly patterns in shades of aqua, pink, and yellow or watercolored patterns that coordinate beautifully.
The Natural Touch Specialty Designer Paper # 156825 is another EXCLUSIVE product to this promotion (available on through May 3rd or while supplies last). Two 12″ x 12″of the Natural Touch Specialty Paper will add lovely texture to your creations. The pale woodgrain is versatile enough for any project and any time of year. You can stamp on it, emboss it, and use it with dies. Use large pieces of it as a background or cut out pieces to use as accents.

Take a look at some sample cards…

So, let me ask…what do you call a group of butterflies? I’d call it a limited time offer that you don’t want to miss! Order your Butterfly Bouquet bundle today! You can order the whole collection here.

Then, when I ask what do you call a group of butterflies? You can call it your own!

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About Nancy Gleason

I love being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator! My blog contains everything you need to help you in your paper-crafting journey; whether you are just starting out or are a seasoned traveler on the paper-crafting highway.