Sixth in the series of 8; You can see #1 and read about my plan of attack here.
In the interest of speed, I left the butterfly uncolored, but if you have more time you certainly could color it in. I do like the way it looks, however, with the patterned paper showing thru it. I distressed the edges of the paper with a pair of scissors, and tore off a little of one corner so I could put a brad for accent.
I didn't care if the zig zag stitching was a little crooked; looks like real sewing, BUT IT'SSNOT!
Credits – "Many thanks" by A Muse Artstamps; Traditional Butterfly (and retired zig zag stitching) by Hero Arts; Ink: Fresh Ink in Chocolate and Patterned Paper: Indian Summer & Basics Manila Collections by Basic Grey; Antique Copper Mini Brad by Making Memories