Needed a sympathy card and found a technique called Bokeh Background on Splitcoast Stampers. Cased the card created by Lydia Fiedler for the tutorial. She used metallic gelato, but I didn't have any so I substituted the Steel Blue Inka Gold Metallic Rub that I bought on sale months ago because it looked interesting. Her beautiful card included gelato on the stamped butterfly and the surrounding dots that are the Bokeh technique. I used the Inka Rub all over the card front because I couldn't stop playing with it.
Rubbed the blue Inka Rub on the butterfly stamp from the Unity KOM Jan. 2012 Heart & Soul and stamped it a little left of the center of a piece of SU Very Vanilla cardstock. Rubbed more Inka Rub on the card front with a folded piece of paper towel leaving some areas uncovered. As in the tutorial I used a pencil eraser in the Inka Gold Rub to stamp the dots surrounding the butterfly.
Stamped the same butterfly from Unity on a scrap of SU Very Vanilla with SU Tempting Turquoise ink and cut it out and popped it up a little off center over the Inka Rub butterfly I'd stamped earlier. Stamped a sentiment from MFT Clearly Sentimental about Sympathy and framed it and the card front with SU Tempting Turquoise card stock. Glued a piece of SU linen thread and a small SU button and drew on the butterfly antennae with Liquid Applique' touched up with a SU Tempting Turquoise marker.
I'm sorry that the richness of the color from the Rub doesn't show up in the photo. This is a lovely technique I'll use again. Thank you Lydia for the tutorial.