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Saturday, May 21, 2011

Club Scrap Die Cut BlogHop


It's time for a Club Scrap Bloghop, Yeah!!!!! For my project, I used the Tim Holtz Ideology butterfly die with Milestones purple paper for the butterfly skeleton and Raku print for the filler of the butterfly wings. I also used a homemade polymer clay bead colored with Perfect Pearls and some beads and wire from my stash for the body of the butterfly.





Here is the order of the hop:


http://www.pagesofpictures.com
http://chrissiecreations.blogspot.com/
http://scraphappysistersink.blogspot.com/
http://www.capecodscrapper.blogspot.com/
http://www.creatingwithconnie.blogspot.com/
http://orezonia.blogspot.com/ (you are here)
http://squirrelyart.blogspot.com/
http://wbellino.blogspot.com/
http://craftchaos.blogspot.com/


Hop on over to Nancy's blog to see some more Club Scrap diecut creations.

17 comments:

  1. What a beautiful butterfly, Rachelle. It looks so real.

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  2. I want one! How cool! Now I really NEED a Vagabond and all the dies...

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  3. I love the colors you chose! Thanks for sharing.
    BethA

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  4. Rachelle! This is so sweet and the paper choice for it was right on!! Love the look of the Raku paper as the background of the wings! Excellent! And the polymer clay bead body and fun bead work is super clever!

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  5. Oh that Raku paper is such a brilliant choice for your butterfly wings. Well done!

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  6. Rachelle, a wonderful piece of work. I love it sitting on your rock, yuo will need to display it that way. Terrific choice of papers, and the poltymer clay body justs makes it so complete!

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  7. Gorgeous butterfly (wonder why we all have butterflies on the brain?). I love the colors you have used and the setting, on the rock, really shows it off. If looks so natural.

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  8. your butterfly is gorgeous, especially with the bead body! Excellent choice of papers too, they look great together. I think there are a lot of butterflies on this hop, we must be anxious for spring!

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  9. Fabulous butterfly Rachelle and loving the bead body, such a great touch. Enjoy the weekend, Annette x

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  10. Rachelle, this is one I'm going to have to copy for sure. What a great blend of papers for this fabulous butterfly!
    Farley

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  11. Rachelle, this is stunning! Isn't it fabulous to have such wonderful CS papers to make these beauties :)

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  12. Raku!!! PERFECT choice for the butterfly! and the handmade pearly body -- Sigh. This is a piece of art. Kudos, Rachelle!

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  13. Love how this turned out........Thanks for being a part of this hop :)

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  14. WOW - love this butterfly. It is GORGEOUS. I'm going to have to check out Raku paper (have not heard of it until today, but know now it's something I'm going to have to have). Butterflies have a special place in my heart, and this is beautiful.

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