Registered: March 6, 2005 Location: The pulse of Michigan Posts: 156
Mon, Apr 04, 2005 @ 8:04 PM
I will try to explain this...here it goes: I cut the frame out of white and taped another piece of white on the back of the frame but only tape it on the bottom...connect the frame to the green on the sides and bottom only leaving the top open. On another white card stamp the butterfly. Cut out the same sized piece of window paper and put over butterfly image. Line up carefully and stamp another butterfly onto the window paper. (use staz-on only) As that is drying, color the butterfly on the white card stock...when all dry, put together with eyelet and ribbon or just a ribbon... Now go back to your frame and slide the window butterfly infront of the extra white in the frame, the colored butterfly will hide behind. When you pull on the ribbon the window and colored butterfly will come together...Magically turning to color. Whew!
Registered: September 21, 2004 Location: Carlisle, PA Posts: 1123
Tue, Apr 05, 2005 @ 6:02 AM
Here are some directions from HGTV chock-full of measurements and everything.
http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/crafting/article/0,1789,HGTV_3352_1944842,00.html Great job Clary - I tried one of these a while back and though it's tough - it's very rewarding :)