Have you ever watched a butterfly just casually meandering and fluttering by - it look so peaceful, tranquil and free! They get to land where they want, smell all the flowers and just let the world pass them by. The colors of the butterfly are magnificent with seeming to be no two alike!!!!
Today, we are going to be fluttering with our butterflies and takin you on journies whether it be sniffing the flowers, watching the world pass us by or just showing off our magnicient colors!!! A nice lazy day, so, let get fluttering.....
If you stopped by to visit me today, I really appreciate it but would love for you to see all the butterflies in our hop. The butterfly journey starts with Lynne at Her Craftiness (http://slasewcraftiness.blogspot.com/). If you fluttered here by <insert previous blog here> then you are on the right mark to sniff the flowers.
We have a wonderful sponsor today for our Butterflies Are Free - Susan Bermudez, Creative Memories representative.
I am so very happy to be able to sponsor Miss Lynne's Butterflies are Free Blog Hop. I am offering $10 worth of product from Creative Memories. You can pick what you like from my website: http://www.mycmsite.com/sites/susanbermudez. Good luck and Happy Scrappin'.
To be eligible, just leave a remark on each stop along the way and if you aren't already a follower, would love for you to follow also!!!
My project foryou today is...
Here is a close up.
I used Cricut cartridges to cut out the flowers and butterflies. The flowers are from Cricut cartridge Flower Shoppe row 1 button7 at 5", row 2 button 7 at 4.63", row4 button 7 at 4", row 5 button 7 at 2.33". The butterflies are from Ashlyn's Alphabet icon key row2 button 9 at 1.17", Indie Art row 1 button 4 at 1.28", Sentimentals row 3 button 3 at1.25".
I took an ugly ornament and whited out the worse colors so they would not show through. Then I hot glued the flowers on. I then went through and added leaves between the flowers. I then glued some clear nylon thread between two butterflies. I did four of these. i made the thread different lengths. Then I hot glued the thread into place on the bottom of the ornament. It had a metal point on the bottom with a ridge. That helped to wrap the thread around it. Next i used pop dots to stick the butterflies onto the flowers. Then i cut some ribbon to habg it from the light fixture. i wanted enough to tie a bowl.
The papers are by Recollections. The ribbon is by Celebrate It Sheer creations at Michaels. The ornament is one I got in a grab bag at Michaels. the clear thread is some from my Mom's stash. It was on a wooden spool.
Thanks for stopping by and checking out my butterflies and thank you for not catching me and letting me fly around free. I would love for you to stop and visit Lisa to see what kind of butterfly enchantment that has been created for you to see next.
- Lynne - http://slasewcraftiness.blogspot.com/
- Lucy - http://love2createitall.blogspot.com
- Tami - http://tamboscreations.blogspot.com/
- Amanda - http://a-prata-design.blogspot.com/
- Edwina - http://edwinascreations.blogspot.com/
- Lisa - http://handmadewithlove-lisa.blogspot.com/
- Kimberly ~ http://scrappingrookie.blogspot.com
- Inga - http://mommahobbit.blogspot.com/
- Laura- www.lauraleesdream.blogspot.com
- Michele ~ http://chelescrafts.blogspot.com/
- Anita~ http://www.anitaandbugs.blogspot.com
- Pamela ~ http://kraftykatstampstudio.blogspot.com
- Miriam ~ http://miriamscreations.blogspot.com/