Friday, September 21, 2012

Hello Butterflies

I'm up again on the Pebbles blog today, for the weekly 'Free for all Friday' post.  I took the opportunity to pull out more of the darling Sunnyside collection and create a page about our latest annual trek to the local Butterfly show.  This exhibit has become a yearly tradition for our little family, and one that each and every member truly looks forward to attending.  I knew from the minute I saw these sweet, three dimensional, stitched butterflies that they would be just the right accessory to these pictures and memories.

Supplies used: Pebbles Sunnyside collection papers - Tickled Pink (751276), Happiness (751278), Blissful (751280), Dots (751286),  Bouncy (75126),  Sunnyside Border Stickers (732116), Accent & Phrase Stickers (732115), Mini ABC Stickers (732114), Dimensional Butterflies (747186), American Crafts Coordinating Cardstock Surf (71508)
 Don't you just love those clouds?  They were the starting point for the sky scene I created on the top third of the page.  I cut the yellow chevron paper into a sun and rays and stitched along the edges for added dimension.  The patterned clouds and aforementioned butterflies complete the cute scene.

The 'hello' word was taken directly from the Sunnyside sticker sheet, and I completed my title with the coordinating mini ABC stickers.

Check out the masking tape stickers here.  They are so realistic and are even raised where the tape appears to be wrinkled/folded.  Super cute!  I love how they look layered over each other.

Thanks for visiting today.  I hope you'll stop on over to the Pebbles blog, as well to see what other fun projects are being featured!

I also wanted to say thanks so much for all of the sweet words on my latest little announcement!  I am so overwhelmed at the creative opportunities that have recently come my way and am so thankful to be able to share that news with my crafty friends - both new and old!

1 comment:

  1. THIS is wonderful, and I feel special knowing where this is! We go every year as well :] LOVE how you made the sky scene on top && the set up of your photos, you GO girl!