Beautiful Wings Framed Art

Beautiful Wings Embosslit Die

I’m excited to share a little peek at the new bathroom decor!  I bought new curtains the other day (at 69 cents per panel!).  They were too long so after cutting them off I decided to use some of the sheer fabric inside the frames I bought – thus the flower background.

I cut the butterflies with the Beautiful Wings Embosslit Die and added some Dazzling Diamonds to the wings and Basic Rhinestones for the bodies.  The label was made with the Four Frames stamp set which will be available in the new Idea Book & Catalog, stamped with “Create” from the Charming stamp set and then punched out with the Decorative Label Punch.  It’s being held on with some retired Bashful Blue Taffeta Ribbon.

Do you like it?  Check this one out too!

Flower Garden Embossing Folder

Once again I used the sheer curtain in the background with Whisper White cardstock.  On top of that I used a Top Note I cut out of Bashful Blue cardstock with the Top Note die and then embossed with the Flower Garden embossing folder which can be found on page 24 of the Summer Mini Catalog.  The butterfly here was cut out with the Beautiful Butterfly die and once again I used Basic Rhinestones down the middle.  The words under the butterfly are from the Define Your Life stamp set, defining “create.”

My husband hung these for me yesterday . . . I’m so excited!  The bathroom is coming along . . . Stampin’ Up! style!

Comments

  1. I’ll be sure to visit your new room on Tues. Looks beautiful!!!!

  2. I LOVE this, Becky! It’s so light and airy and I love the blue and white with butterflies. Great job!

  3. This is STUNNINGLY beautiful! Great job, enjoy your pretty space.

  4. What a great idea! These are so pretty! I love the curtains and to be able to make use of the extra your trimmed off! Fantastic!

  5. These should match perfectly! I’ll have to poke my head in and check out the finished room when I bring your tableclothes and sign back. Where do you shop that you get such good deals?!

  6. Very “creative”, but then I wouldn’t expect anything less!

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