Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Butterflies!


This is the first project I am doing for the Lime Light design team. We are making butterflies for the Holocaust Museum in Houston. This project is open to everyone so check out the Lime Light site for details. Each of us are making 30-50 butterflies and this one is my first. Just 29 to go *grin*.

8 comments:

LiveLaughScrap said...

That is gorgeous.
I love the buttons.
Lori

mudmaven said...

This is beautiful. Mind giving a hint about how you did it? I need all the help I can get making my butterflies too! Thanks. ~chris

Tertia said...

This is beautiful! I am a teacher at a school in South Africa and our grade 8 girls have a papercrafting day every year. This year we are making butterflies for the museum.

melanie said...

Thanks everyone! I cut this butterfly out using my Pazzle. It was super easy! I will be using my pazzle and cricut on all of my butterflies. It is the easiest way I can think of.

Leah said...

So pretty! I'm going to use my cricut too:)

Bram_fam said...

There is something about this butterfly that I just LOVE. Not only do I love the colors that you used, I love the way you made it. Very unique.

SparkofWhimsy said...

This is gorgeous. That overlay of the blue is such a stunning contrast and then the buttons!!

I've seen a lot of people using a Pazzle and making some really beautiful, intricate designs and the other day I saw a tutorial where they were using regular old pens and writing their fonts on paper with them! I'm wondering if it might be cooler than the cricut, lol. What do you think?

melanie said...

Spark of Whimsy, I have both and they both serve a purpose. I would not go with out either. I think the cricut is good if you do not want to be so creative all the time. Because there are already lots of things to cut. Now the pazzle is wonderful for font because you can cut any font you have on your computer. Also you can design anything and your pazzle will cut it. You are only limited by your imagination.

 
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