Well actually, I probably wouldn't choose a butterfly but I like to keep my Cuttlebug Spot challenge cards all Cuttlebug if possible, so that's what you get. LOL The Cuttlebug butterfly cut and emboss set IS one of my faves, however, and I had this DCWV Mariposa stack that was just begging to be cut into. Alot of times these stacks are difficult to use for making cards, with just opposing corners having images (really meant for a layout) but this one worked out pretty well. I also wanted to try out my new Nesties Mega Ovals LG and Mega Classic Scalloped Ovals LG that I got from Glenda at Glenda's Creative Place. Trust me, if you're looking for Nesties (and actually a whole lot more) at fabulous prices with super customer service, Glenda's is the place to go. (This is a totally unsolicited endorsement. I'm just telling it like it is.) :-) Then I went looking for a folder to emboss and came across this Sizzix one I had never used and it looked to me like an iron garden gate. After embossing I inked it with brushed corduroy Distress Ink and then found a coordinating paper to cut the butterfly. The embossed mat and butterfly are popped and I used gold adhesive beads (big surprise LOL). Finally I used a Stampin'Up border punch (from Lillie) and peelie corners, sentiment and border that I got at the Scrap Expo. It felt pretty good to use 5 never used things. WooHoo! Be sure to stop over to The Cuttlebug Spot to see what winged creatures my teammates would like to be and for the chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Custom Crops, so why don't you play along?