It wasn't easy to follow Julie's mission from last week after she posted such an awesome waxed paper technique, so I decided to go with a regular waxed paper resist by using punched butterflies instead of an entire resist background. To begin, I folded a piece of waxed paper in half, laid it on a piece of card stock, and punched twice to get four butterflies. I crumpled the butterflies, uncrumpled them, and then placed them between two pieces of glossy card stock, which I covered with a piece of scrap paper and pressed with an iron. This gave me two pieces of card stock with waxy butterflies--two chances to create something worthwhile. I'm glad I had two chances because my other one didn't make me happy. With the one pictured in this post, I used Stampin' Sponges to apply Daffodil Delight, Marina Mist, Concord Crush, and Rich Razzleberry ink to the glossy card stock and then wiped the ink from the butterflies with a tissue. I tried to lightly apply black ink to the Elegant Lines embossing, but you know it's just not easy to lightly apply any ink to such thin lines. Once again, I swiped the butterflies with a tissue to clean off excess ink and then placed the rhinestone jewels on the butterflies. For the sentiment, I used My Digital Studio and the following digital content: Fantabulous You and Elementary Elegance stamp brush sets and the Flag punch. Once the design was printed, I cut it out with scissors and tied it onto the Pool Party seam binding with white Baker's twine. Easy peasy! Thank you, Julie, for another fun mission!