The dimensional butterfly was created by stamping with white pigment ink on vellum, then heat embossing with Black Sparkle embossing powder by Sweet Stamps - http://www.sweetstamps.com/. Faber Castell Pitt Artist pens were used to color in the butterfly from the backside. Then I cut out the butterfly and attached it to the card with a glue dot. (This is a great little technique that was demonstrated by Sweet Stamps at the 2012 Bloomington Rubber Stamp show last weekend.)
The bottom section sports more of the tiny Memory Box die-cut butterflies as well as a stamped message from the Hot Off The Press "Birthday Greetings" stamp set and the "Chick and Butterflies" stamp from DenamiDesign Rubber Stamps -- www.denamidesign.com. The background was created with the same technique as the front of the card: Various dye and distress inks were applied with an applicator tool then over-stamped with various flower stamps. The butterfly is a solid image that was stamped in a light pink color then colored with Copic alcohol markers.
On the bottom half of this page, one of the new Spellbinders Fleur De Lis Rectangles die was used to create a frame for the stamped message and image. The "negative" space created by the Memory Box Butterfly Delights used on the previous page became the decorative strip at the bottom of this page, letting nothing go to waste!
Two more Sizzix decorative flourish corner pieces and some of the Memory Box Butterfly Delights die-cuts adorn the bottom page. The main focal piece of the bottom page was created with the new Spellbinders Splendid Circles dies. Another message from the Birthday Greetings stamp set by Hot Off The Press was stamped onto white cardstock and then die-cut with one of the Spellbinders Classic Circles Small dies. Distress inks were used to add a little color to the background of the die-cut circle.
Using Versamark ink, stamp an image on gloss cardstock (you must use gloss cardstock for the technique to work properly). Solid image stamps like the ones I used here from the Hot Off The Press "Wildflowers" stamp set work great with this technique.
Next, I used a brayer to apply ink, running it right over the stamped image. (Watermark ink acts as a resist ink, so you will be able to wipe off the ink from the stamped image later.)
This technique works especially well when done with one of the various "rainbow" ink pads that are available. In my sample, I used KaleidAColor Blue Breeze and Berry Blaze.
The butterflies were stamped with black Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black dye ink and I added some color to the flowers with Copic markers. (Alcohol markers like Copics can color just about anything - even resist ink!)