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So here is my project that I did. I started out doing one thing, but then I had some complications, but I think it came together pretty good. I'm eager to get started on some more bug projects, and maybe next weekend during the other half of Grillin' n Chillin' I'll be able to post another buggie project I have been working on.
So the whole thing about Grillin' n Chillin' is that its that time of year where we enjoy the warm air and the sunshine, and gather outside to have some fun with our family and friends. Of course, when that happens, often the bugs come to join us, some fun, and others not so much. So I decided to make a card for just an everyday note to any friend or person that you might want to stay in touch with.
The card was from some card stock I had laying around, and the rest of the paper was from my scrap pile too. I used the Create-a-Critter cartridge and also the Doodlebug cartridge for the picnic basket. The blanket paper was something I found in a grab bag from Hobby Lobby, and I loved it but did not know where I would ever use it, but I found a place... now I'm eager to see where else I can use it!!!!
Here are some close up pics of the caterpillar and the butterfly!
Now part of this Bug hop also included a search for some tiny creatures that you might find at a picnic or near your grilling center of your home... and congrats!!! You found the new creature!!!
This one is for the girl's with flowers and sweet birds. The Lillian kit by Crate Paper includes 12 sheets of double sided 12" textured papers. Each original design offers a unique and timeless pattern with a coordinationg design on the back. The Lillian kit also includes 57 glitter diecuts, 4 glitter borders, and 3 alphabet stickers. I found this wonderful site called Crafty Steals and they have some great deals!!! Anyway, this collection that I found awhile ago is full of great things, and I am sure you will love digging into it, even if you do not have a little girl... which I don't, but I love using it for my cards for friends and such. At any rate, the rules to be in the drawing are to leave a post on my blog. I would love if you would follow my blog, but I understand the need to keep your blog list to a minimum. At any rate, leave a comment and I will use random.org to help decide who the winner is. Good Luck and have fun. Hope to see your projects over at BugBites