To begin, cut two of the CottageCutz Bella Butterfly (Profile). To get this old vintage rose color, I used a light gray cardstock and distress inked it with Victorian Velvet distress ink. Isn't it cool! Then paint the two butterfly pieces with glitter glue and sprinkle with plain white Martha Stewart glitter. Let dry and put the two pieces together with pop dots. You can shape the wings once it's dry to look like this. The Laughing Cow Cheese box was painted with two coats of white acrylic paint. None of the labels were removed. The paint covers those labels nicely so you do not see them.
For the roses, I used a medium flower punch for the small roses and a "Whale of a Punch" flower for the large rose. I punched them out on the light gray cardstock and distressed with Victorian Velvet distress ink. They were painted with crystal effects and sprinkled with Martha Stewart Coarse Glitter. The Bella Springtime Wreath was cut from the gray cardstock as well and distressed on the outer edges then attached to the largest Spellbinders Nested Circle die cut. This was attached to the largest Spellbinders Nested Scallop Circle die cut and attached to the top of the box.
To decorate around the outer edge use tinsel trim which can be purchased at Michael's. The Roses have been mounted on top of the Bella Leafy Branch. Pearls were added to the scallops around the die cut.