Pretty Little Thing

I love these sweet little butterfly's. When my craft room is complete, it will adorn the wall near an inspiration board [it's all planned out in my brain]. I made this shadow box art last week with her and her while watching this. We found our inspiration here. It was really easy. You can buy the butterfly punch and frame here. We punched our butterfly's out of old Anthro. catalogs. Aren't they pretty?




And just a reminder...yesterday was Earth Day. On Saturday Easton made this sign to help our family be a little more energy conscious. Funny thing is, it's actually helping.


15 comments:

  1. How much do I love that butterfly shadow box?! I want one!!

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  2. That is lovely!!! I am so tempted to make one. How did you attatch the butterfly's to the back of the shadow box??

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  3. That turned out great. Another good choice would be to use the paper source catalogs....ooohh, thanks for the inspiration!

    I need to make some signs like that because I am the ONLY person in my house who cares about turning off lights!!!

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  4. My heart is all aflutter. LOVE IT SO MUCH. That is so beautiful.
    Easton is so on it. Good job.

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  5. I am running out to get a butterfly punch just as soon as I'm done typing this!!!!

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  6. It turned out really nice Danyelle!

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  7. That turned out really, really cute. That would look great in a little girls room!

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  8. Very cute!! Way to go Easton, I need to order a few of those signs for my house!

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  9. I love it. It looks fantastic. And the recycling of an old catalog goes right along with Earth Day. Aren't you awesome???

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  10. Those are cute butterflies.
    Bye bye.

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  11. oh man, the idea to put it in a little girls room is perfect. i love the shadow box. it turned out beautiful. love the note. i'm not sure if my boys would even notice the note. :)

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  12. I too love the butterfly shadow box. Easton's note is so cute. Al Gore would be soooo proud!

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  13. I love this! What a creative idea, using old Anthro mags. I think I would like trying on of these for my girls room.

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  14. VERY clever use of old Anthro catalogs and I love that your little boys is becoming eco-conscious. How cute is that?!

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