Begin with a card base of basic black that measures 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" and is scored at 4 1/4". Add a whisper white cardstock piece that measures 4" x 5 1/4" and a Tangelo Twist piece that measures 3 7/8" x 5 1/8" and has been run through the decorative dots embossing folder.
Using a scrap of white cardstock, cut out the solid butterfly from the bold butterfly framelit set. You want to cover this completely with glue from a glue stick (make sure it is covered completely). You then want to cut out a basic black detailed butterfly from the butterflies framelits and attach this to your solid butterfly. Without using a dryer sheet or any of the other tricks to easily remove the detailed pieces of the butterfly, run the detailed butterfly through the big shot with just the paper and framelit (all of the pieces should remain in the butterfly) set this gently over the top of your solid butterfly and using a paper piercing tool, punch out the outside detail pieces of the butterfly (see the picture to see which ones were white). Repeat this with tangelo twist and crushed curry. You may have to readjust some of the pieces so they are right in the opening of the black outline.
Using a piece of whisper white card stock that measures 2 1/2" x 3 1/4", stamp the greeting along the bottom. Set your butterfly where you think you will put it and using a paper piercing tool and mat, just free hand punch some holes for a little path of flight type look. Add this piece of cardstock to a crushed curry card stock that measures 2 5/8" x 3 3/8". Add a 1/2 of a paper doily to the back of it and attach to the front of the card.
Add the butterfly to the front of the card and then add some rhinestones of different sizes to the center of the butterfly - I used 2 of the largest at the top, then 2 of the medium size and 3 of the smallest ones. I also stamped a greeting inside on a piece of whisper white cardstock and stamped the butterfly from the Best Thoughts stamp set.