I also used the circle punch to create the outline for my butterfly:
This took a few tries, but once I finally got it down, it was easy-peasy. Fold your circle in half and trim a V at the top, a smaller v at the bottom and a rounded v shape in the middle. I hid the crease in the circle by covering it up with some bling - but I've seen them stitched, and hidden with pearls and buttons, too.
I came across this awesome Rockabilly Specialty paper packet from Stampin' Up as I was digging through my stash that ended up working great with this pic. I originally bought the papers for my Disney album, that still, 3 years later, sits undone. Ah the life of an unchronololgical scrapper! LOL! Turns out, the papers will also work great for Andrew's rock star layout - he got a guitar for his big 1-0 birthday recently. Since I don't scrap in order, you'll probably be seeing that layout soon. ; )
The glitter paper was from a birthday present from my dear friend Christine - it's from Marcella by K, as is the red bling for the butterfly and the title stickers. The fun swirl stickers are Sandylion. The distressing ink was Close To My Heart.