Thursday, April 22, 2010

Each Morning that greets me....

Today I don't have a card for you, something a little bigger than that (!) I have just finished reading a book by Paul D Tripp called 'A Quest for More' and the final chapter had the most awesome poem written on the last page. I just had to create a framed version of it. I typed the poem out in Word and printed the poem out on SU! Whisper White CS. Then I lined up the poem with a QuicKutz Cookie Cutter Die and ran it through my Epic Six. My selection of Bo-Bunny Flutter Papers was still in a jumble on my desk so it seemed most natural to use it to clear a path to a clean(er) desk again. Of course, I couldn't resist using my new butterfly punch and some pearls too!

Here is a close-up of the butterfly :

For those of you interested in the text of the poem, here is a close up of that too :

I hope you enjoyed a little change from the usual card today!
See you tomorrow,
Paper : SU! (Chocolate Chip, Whisper White), Bo Bunny (Flutter Butter DP)
Accessories : Marvy Embossing Butterfly Punch, SU! Scallop Border Punch, KaiserKraft Pearls, Prima Flowers, QuicKutz Cookie Cutter Scallop Die


  1. WOW Sarah! This is just gorgeous!!!! It's so pretty. The pearls on the butterfly are just perfect. Wonderful project.

  2. What a lovely idea to frame a poem, now why don't I think of projects like this (I always end up making cards)? Love your butterflies with the pearls too! Nicely done!

    Thanks for playing along with our Stamps R Us blog challenge this month!


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