Friday, January 09, 2009

Done!

I really should post projects I want to do more often because it really made me make the time to do it! I'm pretty happy with how it turned out- I used Stickles glitter glue for the antennas because I couldn't make them look right with buttons, and I used Elmers Tacky glue, but I'm thinking pretty much anything that dries clear would work. Very easy and fun little project to do! For another (much more creative) go at it check out THIS BLOG. You can tell that Ginger is an artist, she used different sized circle punches instead of buttons and then made a couple little friends for it! So cute, I could only imagine doing it (almost) exactly like I saw it in the catalog!

11 comments:

Kasey said...

That is adorable! I may have to get my crafty on and copy it. Good job!

nate and amy crandell said...

yay I'm glad you posted the finished piece, it turned out amazingly CUTE!! I really like it!

stephanie said...

it's so cute, katie!

Megan said...

That turned out so cute! How big is the canvas that you bought? Did they have any square ones at Big Lots? I have a craft in mind. :)

Shauna said...

You whipped that out fast! I love it.

Ann said...

THat is so funny that you did that.

I was thinking that the butterfly could definetly be recreated by someone posessing some talent and you did it!

It looks so good, it just goes to show you that creativity is priceless!

bkbills said...

That is so cute. I'm seriously impressed!

Preston John said...

Shut up! I LOVE the way it turned out with the buttons! So cute I may have to make one like that to and have me a little collage!!! :) So cute! Go Katie! Go Katie!!

melmck said...

you win the prize for being the awesomest. and the prize for being the totally righteous-est for your help last week. i can't thank you enough for your help. can't wait till we get together again!

Anonymous said...

I love it. So symetrical, and way cuter than the one you linked to.

Hilary (Hily) Moore said...

hi katie- i found your blog from the guest post you wrote on lydsay's blog (great tips btw). i love the butterfly, it turned out perfectly!