Our destination this week is Burkesville, KY. We are sending our cards to Katy, sister of Samantha and dear friend of fellow Teapotter Eva (evasempermom).
I struggled a bit with the camouflage theme and after spending to much time looking at different camouflage patterns I decided to see if I could camouflage a teapot.
Ya know how you have a great thought in your head but it just doesn't work out the way you expected...well, here you go!! My butterfly teapot courtesy of DZ Doodles Digital Stamps is not camouflaged in the least...it's just draped in flowers and butterflies. Oh well!! I tried!
I'm still looking for my extra points for extra cookies cuz I did manage to get a heart in the somewhat camouflaged teapot!!!!
At least it's a cheerful teapot and will hopefully bring a smile to Katy!
TFL and I'll leave my comments tomorrow!
Date: Monday, February 13, 2012 GMT Views: 860
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Tue, Feb 14, 2012 @ 4:46 AM
So this is what has all of the butterflies flitting around in pure glee! I came running to see! Its all the rage.....will keep them out of a cage......you see...when there is a place to land and its this grand...and as well, can't you tell.......a butterfly net won't catch them yet! Snort!
Camouflaging butterflies on a teapot that in turn gets a butterly net caught up and snagged on the spout and handle is certainly not worth the time and effort of untaggling...thus the butterflies survive! Amazing you are...It warms my heart and its EPEC! I see the heart.....You rocked this challenge!
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Tue, Feb 14, 2012 @ 8:53 AM
I had to look awhile for the heart, but it was fun - like playing "where's Waldo." This is so pretty, and I think it qualifies as camouflauge. I love all the pretty 'flys and flowers on this teapot. Beautiful job!
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