Whew! So I decided on, cut, and assembled (oh, and wrote) all five of the camp cards in about 2 hours (okay, maybe 2.5 hours - it was a late night).
This last card is Middle Ground (page 19) of Wishes. Words from Finding the Words and butterfly from Your Own Kind of Wonderful (D1627).
Once I knew the colors of the card, I took a rectangular piece of Watercolor paper and my watercolors. I painted horizontally across the rectangle. Once it was dry (I assembled the card and others while I waited), I stamped with Black ink (you can use the Stazon on Archival Ink, but since I stamped after the paper was dry, I wasn't worried about bleedage (yes that is a word I just made up)).
There was too much white space after I adhered the butterfly on so I added some Black Sparkles (retired). The butterfly may look like it's taking off the card (it is if you were holding the card), because it is. I added thin foam to the middle of the lower wings and regular 3D foam to the top of the top wings. I glued the bottom of the bottom wings directly to the paper. Fun!
I should probably start on my summer camp cards now and put them aside so I can get some sleep before the girls leave! Wait, I can't do that... I don't know what wonderful paper there is going to be in the Seasonal Expressions 2 supplemental. Somethings are better to wait...