I can hardly believe I’m back with another post today!  I got started working in the studio and finished up earlier than I thought . . . so . . . what the hell, here’s another post with a new project!

I started with a mini square frame from Darcie’s, used some extra Olde Curiosity Shoppe scraps left over from CHA and ended up with this.

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When I looked at it in the photo, I realize that it’s fairly busy with all the paper, but I still like it!

I didn’t use the acrylic piece that came with the frame, deciding instead to leave the opening so that I could add some additional embellishments.  I covered a mini bottle with Rock Candy Distress Stickles and inserted it into the opening.

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The butterfly was cut from the paper and then glued to a scrap of Studio 490 Clearly for Art, which was heated and then I could curl the wings easily.

The flowers were made with the new Spellbinder’s die template, Mini Blossoms.

That’s all for now.  Thanks for stopping by!

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Project Supplies:

Good morning!  Well, I’m finally home after 3 weeks of traveling.  After I came home from the cruise, I had one more weekend of traveling to a sorority meeting.  If I can get my butt in gear now, I’ll be spending some time in the studio.  Of course, it’s still a mess from CHA projects and the Christmas decorations are still in the middle of the basement (and Mallory’s room and the studio) that need to be put away . . . the storage closet is in my studio, so I’ve been putting everything off.

Anyhoo, today on Graphic 45 Blog they are showcasing some tags that were made by the Design Team for CHA.  Mine is there today along with Gloria Stengel’s, who has an excellent tutorial to go along with her.  Hop on over and check them out.

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You’ll find a complete supply list along with other pictures on the Graphic 45 Blog.

Well, that’s it for me today.  Thanks for stopping by and spending a little bit of time with me!

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