Friday, April 8, 2011

Sheet Music Butterflies...

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Ooo... just as I named this post I thought... I should cut out some life sized butterflies from the sheet music... hmm...

In the meantime check out these minitures...


All you need is a small butterfly hole punch and some sticky raised foam dots...


Punch out your shapes... place them as you like... make a grid on a sheet of paper and have the horizontal and vertical lines cross where the butterflies are sitting in your layout...


Then take that sheet of grid paper that you made and place your butterflies on it to check that you've gotten the grid correct and you like how everything lines up... then place that  grid paper over whatever you are going to stick the butterflies onto... with a stickpin poke holes through the grid paper into the paper underneath... this will show you where to place your sticky foam dots that you stick the butterflies onto without you having to make on that paper...  stick on your dots and then your butterflies... pop that into the frame and BAM!.. you're done...

The lighting last evening wasn't the greatest... I got a few shots in the early morning sunshine to add:






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16 comments:

  1. I love this project! So classic!

    Found you through Funky Junk. Now following. I hope you hop over to my blog.

    ~Mikey @ Shabby French Cottage
    www.shabbyfrenchcottage.com

    (oh helpful blogging hint, drop the word verification, it causes a lot of folks to not comment. I have yet to have a problem with spam comments. . . :) )

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  2. Thanks for the advice!.. I've just made that adjustment to the comment options!..

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  3. These are lovely...you are so clever.

    Blessings Kelsie

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  4. Sweet! Looks simple to do but really packs a punch. I think we'll try this for my daughter's room... She'll LOVE helping with it!

    I stopped by from Funky Junk's Saturday Nite Special. Have a blessed weekend!

    Sara
    www.TheOtherEndOfTheCandle.blogspot.com

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  5. I have seen specimen art before but I loved that you used sheet music and mixed it with shades of pink!

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  6. Oh this is fantastic! I don't have the butterfly punch (but I probably have a friend who does!) but really, any punch would work! Love your layout and explanation of the project! Bookmarking this one --how great would this be for holiday??!!

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  7. That is lovely. You are very creative. ~~Sherry~~

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  8. Such a cute idea! I love how you mixed in some color with the sheet music!!

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  9. Very cute! I love sheet music projects.

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  10. These are so pretty! I just did a post Monday on butterflies. I love them b/c they remind me change is a good thing!

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  11. Awwww, I love it. I am a big fan of sheet music and these butterflies are so sweet for spring time! Good Work!

    Kim
    www.kim-toomuchtimeonmyhands.blogspot.com

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  12. Great job, I love the music!!!!!! Thank you for inspiring me.

    Cha Cha

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  13. OMG! This is sooo..beautiful!
    Lovely blog you got :)
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  14. just wonderful, speaks volumes about the great craftmenship and the effort it has taken to make this creation

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  15. Hi Lacey~ I love your charming project! Hopped over from Savvy Southern Style...I am a new follower!

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  16. Your butterfly art turned out beautifully! I have a butterfly punch and sometimes sew them into garlands.... now I am going to have to frame some too! Thanks for the inspiration! X

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