As suggested at the challenge site, being organised is important. I'm lucky to have a permanent workspace and I'm pretty well-organised. I knew in my head what I wanted to do and had my stamps, papers and embossing folder to hand.
I don't usually combine challenges but have done so once already this week and here I am, doing it again. Maybe, like a lot of things, it gets easier the more you do it! I did like the sketch at the Technostamper Monday Lunchtime Challenge, which I've looked at over the last few weeks (since seeing it mentioned at Wee Inklings) but never played at before.
If I had not been racing the clock, I would have coloured the cut edges of the white panels. As it was, I had the pearls handy in case there was time to put them on the butterflies but would ideally have cut another butterfly and layered them.
Still, I'm pretty happy with this effort, which took 7 minutes 51 seconds from cutting the card base and panels to adding a plain white insert and a punched butterfly on the inside.
Update: Delighted to get a top 3 pick at Monday Lunchtime Sketch Challenge.
and also Top Pick at As You See it Challenge 77
Card: Bazzill Pansy (all my Elegant Eggplant was used), SU Perfect Plum and Whisper White
Stamps: Hero Arts Spring Gems, Clearly Besotted Many Mini Messages
Ink: Elegant Eggplant
Other: SU Decorative Dots embossing folder, SU Elegant Butterfly and Bitty Butterfly punches, Pearls, dimensionals.