Monday, March 31, 2014

The Robin's Nest Garden Blog Hop

What's In YOUR Garden?

Since it's still kind of dreary looking outside my window, I can only imagine what my garden will be like this Spring. I am imagining beautiful butterflies and brightly colored flowers. Ahhhhhhh...I can almost smell those flowers.

Today I am participating The Robin's Nest Garden Blog Hop.

http://chatteringrobins.blogspot.com/

The challenge is to make a project featuring something in your garden. I hope you will join along in the hop... there is a fabulous $15 Butterfly Kit giveaway from TRN for visiting and commenting on the blogs in the hop.

And as a special treat and to thank you for visiting my blog, I will be giving away to one random winner an bag of assorted Dew Drops! I will pick the winner at 12PM (EST) on Sunday, April 7th. You must post a comment and be a follower of my blog to be eligible.

Are you anxious to see my project yet? Well, I'm anxious to share it with you. It is a 3D Butterfly Box. The butterflies were cut using the absolutely gorgeous glitter papers from The Robin's Nest. You would never guess that the body and outline of the butterfly is duck paper!

Toodle Noodle Creative: http://rodonner.blogspot.com

Here are a few more views:

Toodle Noodle Creative: http://rodonner.blogspot.com

Toodle Noodle Creative: http://rodonner.blogspot.com

Toodle Noodle Creative: http://rodonner.blogspot.com

I used a shadow box kit from Silhouette designed by Ashbee Design. You can find the links at the bottom of this post. If you would like to see the directions on assembly of this project, you can check out the link at Ashbee Designs.

One of the nice things about this shadow box is that it does not have a solid back, so your wall color shows through nicely. I have it hanging on my craft room wall and it sure is cheerful!

One more peek:

Toodle Noodle Creative: http://rodonner.blogspot.com

Now, if you haven't already been there, head on over to The Robin's Nest for the blog hop! Hope to see you there!

Til next time, keepin' it crafty!




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