Wednesday, January 22, 2014

"Butterfly Love" Framed Art

Happy Wednesday, Peeps!
Another snow day here in our little town today...and ANOTHER one tomorrow.  Whew!
It's absolutely bitter outside and still very icy.  I'm feeling so blessed to have time to spend doing what I love to do...stamp and create...And an added bonus is that I get to share it with all of you.

I'm practically giddy about today's project.  This one is the result of my trip to Ikea with my daughter, Brittany, last weekend.  We were looking for inspiration for my studio remodel.  While we were browsing through all of the displays, I saw a few decor pieces that caught my eye.  There was one, though, that I looked at and I said to Brittany, "You know what?  I could make that with my Stampin' Up! punches and framelits!".  So...long story short...I bought an empty shadow box frame and here's what I came up with...


I just love the way it turned out.  I have just the perfect place to hang it too.
When I look at it I think about setting your love free to spread it around the world...  I'm such a mush!
 
I'm thinking that these would be terrific gifts for lots of different occasions...Valentine's Day, weddings, baby or bridal showers, house warmings and more.  I know I'd LOVE to receive one and you could change the colors of the butterflies to match a person's decor.
 
I'm also considering selling these as completed projects. 
 Let me know what you think.
The shadow box opening measures 9" x 9" and it's just clean and simple.  
I love it and I hope you do too.
 
Wishing you a magical day,


5 comments:

  1. I absolutely LOVE this! Pink & butterflies. Perfect!

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  2. Simply beautiful!! Did you just punch the butterflies and layer them?

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  3. Yep. It was really simple. I'm usually not the "clean and simple" kind of girl. LOL I always have to add "just one more thing...". This time I'm so glad I didn't. :-)

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  4. This is just gorgeous! Thanks for the inspiration...I can see what will be keeping me busy over the Christmas break!

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