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Friday, June 1, 2012

Brown eyed Susan and the Butterflies

 Happy FRIDAY!!!  I know that so many people are thankful it is FRIDAY...  YEAH!!!  It is here ... I am glad too... as Studio L3 always puts Linda to the task of creating a challenge!!!!  This week it is an easy one for me, and also a good one... as I will be able to share this with some of my class next week...  June 9th... check it out HERE  

I do so get carried away with words!!!  Excuse me but that is just the way I am... LOL.. 


Technique 8: Repurposed Packaging
Tim Holtz: A Compendium of Curiosities, Vol. 2, page 62
 
Which you can find all the details here... on Studio L3     so check it out and join in on the fun... 
 
I decided that today would be a good day to make some birthday cards for the up coming months... so I combined a few things all together...   
 
I also used a Pretties by Bonnie flower from the DYNOMITE Daisy Collection...     and a little faerie from a magazine... love it...  
 
Linda always seems to be reading my mind about things that I need to do... so this Challenge was truly perfect for me today...  
  
 As you can see I had to take my butterflies to the next step and make them 3D too... LOVE IT... what a fun technique... have you tried it yet... 
Create it... put it on your blog and share it with all of us...  




This really should be called a 
3D card... as everything is almost 3 D on it... I even used Liquid pearls on the center of the Brown eyed Susan...  and of course I also layered it...  

Hope you are having a good day... we are going to be doing a lot of rain dances over the week-end... we need rain !!! 
 A    LOT    OF    IT   TOO...    so I guess I will be getting my exercise this week-end...  LOL... 

Thanks for stopping by for a visit... and create something wonderful today...  Love, Light and Peace... Bonnie  

6 comments:

  1. Just gorgeous! I love the butterflies. Great technique isn't it?

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  2. Love the butterflies, I made some also. Lots of fun!

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  3. Love this and so colourful. Great piece of work
    x catherine

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