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February 18, 2014

Design Team: Celeste Collette Week 20 Cycle 8

Spring Decor!

Temperatures are warming up, the trees are looking more perky, and if that wasn't enough indication that Spring is almost here, our design team is beginning to create more Spring inspired projects! See what Celeste created today!

Supplies: eBosser, paint chips (different colors), glue and a picture frame
Lately I’ve been trying to decorate my girls room, it’s been a bigger task then I intended it to be. For Christmas I bought them this exact butterfly quilt for their bed

(inspiration picture)

I love those colors, especially for a little girls room. So I’ve been trying to find things for their room that will go with their bedding, but I’m on a tight budget and finding this that I like are hard. So I decided that I would make them a little butterfly picture frame that will go on their nightstand. So I headed to the store and found some free paint chips that I thought would go with the bedding and I came home and got to work.

I used the eBosser to cut out the butterflies

It literally took me less than five minutes to cut out the butterflies, I used my hot glue gun to glue them to a green scrap paper. I took the glass of my Ikea $1.99 picture frame and TA-DA I was finished!  I’m thinking that I will make a larger one with bigger butterflies to hang on their wall.

What do you think of my easy home d├ęcor idea?


Thank you Celeste! 

See more of Celeste's projects on her blog here:

What do you think of Celeste's project? It's so simple, and beautiful! 

Are you ready to for Spring? Do you create your own home decor?


  1. Beautiful! How did you get the gradient colors in the butterflies?

    1. I believe is the lighting Misty! plus she chose colors that are complimentary to give off that look as well.

      Team Craftwell

    2. Misty, it's the lighting. There's a large window in my girls room and I like how the lighting changes the colors on the butterflies.


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