Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Design Team: Home Decor - Butterfly Frame

Jules has made a lovely home decor piece for her first project this month.  She used a photo frame and removed the glass then added some Bazzill Bitter Chocolate to the back of the frame for the base.  Using patterned papers from the Authentique 'Gathering' collection, she cut butterflies using her Cuttlebug, layering each patterned paper together.  They were then sewn together before being added to the base.
Jules added a sentiment from the Authentique Excerpts sheet to the bottom of the butterflies to finish.  The colours in this patterned paper collection are lovely and rich and are shown perfectly in this creation.

To get further information on how Jules made this project, visit her blog at www.scrappingmojo.blogspot.com   If you leave a comment on this post I will enter your name into the draw.  Usual rules apply though.  Thanks for stopping by.

8 comments:

  1. Yet again another beautifull decor item! I really like this, I love the colours. I like the multiple layered butterflies, it really makes them stand out. x

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  2. Hi Jules thank you for creating this lovely decor piece. I am sure anyone receiving one of these as a present would be well pleased! Ann x

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  3. This is a great decorative project with lovely papers for the butterfly lover and there are so much of us about. Have a lovely day. Laura

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  4. What a beautiful project Jules , those butterflys are lovely one of my favourite dies they always look well on projects. The rich colour of the background sets them off really well. This would make a great xmas pressy and the sentiment is perfect for the project.

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  5. Very elegant Jules - really like how the butterflies stand out, great project

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  6. Well!!!! I would never have thoght about doing that with a picture frame, thats another project on my Christmas pressie list,lol.... I might get all the things done for next Christmas lol... thanks Jules for giving me another idea..

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  7. Jules what a brilliant project the butterflies show off the lovely papers. will have to have a go at this. Thank you for sharing

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  8. wonderful butterfly display, nice how it doesnt harm the real thing =) thank you for sharing.

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