Monday, November 15, 2010

Butterfly Wall Art

I love Sarah's blog, Cozy Cottage Cute.  She is super creative and has so many great ideas to share.  While browsing through her blog I was inspired by this post.  I decided to create my own for my daughter's room.  I purchased Martha Stewart's butterfly punch for about ten bucks on Ebay.  I used leftover scrapbook paper and recycled an old frame.  I was unable to locate the foam dots so I just glued them in place.  If you overlook   some of the crooked butterflies because of course I eyeballed it and didn't use a grid. I think it turned out pretty darn cute!

This is an updated version I made for my daughter's friend!  Thanks again Sarah for sharing your grid!


  1. Very nice! I don't have a daughter, but I've been eyeing one of these for myself!

  2. I LOVE this. And the butterfly is PERFECT for a girl's room.

    I like the paper, the frame and the idea. I love it all!!

    Did you daughter like it?


  3. I personally don't get riled up over the tiny, tiny details. I think it looks great! I want to paper-hole punch something.

  4. I agree, it is pretty darn cute.

  5. Looks great Brandi! I like Sarah's blog too, and this butterfly art is on my to do list as well! :)

    Wanted to thank you for stopping by my blog! I have the pink chair I found at the Goodwill sanded and ready to prime and paint, but the weather around here has held me up just a bit. I might venture to my Dad's shop to finish it up!

    Thanks again! I will be sure to post the chair as I finish it up!


  6. It looks fabulous. So cute and fresh looking!

  7. Hey sis, finally got a chance to stop by. I love your blog, it's so creative and none of your creations looks too intimidating to try. You've inspired me to create some wall art myself. Great work keep it up!


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