Sunday, 9 November 2014

Bugs, Bees and Butterflies for Countryview Crafts

Hello everyone and lovely to have you visiting. It's my turn to show you another project for Countryview Challenges, where the theme this month is Bugs, Bees and Butterflies. Well, this time round I just had to use my favourite butterfly stamp from the Tim Holtz French Flight set. I created the little wall hanging and had great fun making it all grungy!

33 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Gorgeous piece Astrid! Have a great Sunday, Valerie

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Love this grungy look Astrid!
Gorgeous!
Happy Sunday!

Ellen said...

Pretty awesome Astrid, love it!

Hugs and have a nice Sunday,
Ellen

chrissies said...

Very beautiful Astrid-love the tear in the tag

Chrissie x

Rosie Schirrmeister said...

So very beautiful and vintage, Astrid.

Have a wonderful Sunday.

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

And grungy it is Astrid, great make..love those dramatic, almost shiny shiny browns...
Have a nice Sunday, Alie :-)

Susie Bentz said...

Lovely! Will have to find the challenge to check out the details!

Dorthe said...

It looks gorgeous, with the chrunsched up paper with the butterflies, and that "burned" look around - beautiful !!! Love the teared background tag !!
Hug ,
Dorthe-xx

Ros Crawford said...

Fabulous ... Love the design of the torn pieces!

Ros Crawford said...

Fabulous ... Love the design of the torn pieces!

Meggymay said...

Fabulously grungy. I love those stamps as well.
Yvonne

Nicole Wright said...

This is really cool! Love these grungy butterflies!

Rita said...

What a fabulous wall hanging Astrid. I always love your grungy look. Got my parcel yesterday and I'm thrilled to bits with the contents. Hugs Rita xxx

Jennie Atkinson said...

A wonderful piece Astrid - the colours and grunginess are just so fabulous x

JackieP Neal said...

even your grungy is beautiful!! xo

Lys Scrap said...

A beautiful piece, with the vintage and grungy look I love!

Juliz Design Post said...

Loving the torn design and the grungy vintage look is amazing. Looks like you set your paper on fire with the effect.
Julie x

Heather Jacob said...

wow always learn something every time I come here .... love this x

Corrie Herriman said...

Very lovely grungy wall hanging !

Corrie x

Redanne said...

Beautifully grungy and totally stunning Astrid! Anne xx

Buttons said...

Wonderfully aged. It's great to climb back into our comfort zones sometimes. Lovely work Astrid. Jenny x

rachel said...

great grungey piece Astrid - its brilliant! Hugs rachel x

massofhair said...

Stunning as always Astrid :-) xxx

mamablitger said...

Awesome and fabulous. Love your perfect grungy wall hanging. Oh gosh... I do admire your creativity.
Thanks a lot for sharing this lovely piece of art.
Hugs from Monica... Spain

Maryann Laursen said...

Absolut stunning work here as usual Astrid, I just always love your amazing work, and I sure wish, I had the same energy to getr things done, as you do. Sooo beautiful and sooo elegant. Love it.
Have a wonderful week ahead now, and loads of great fun too, I hope.

Maggie said...

Gorgeous grunginess Astrid I love it!

MaggieH

Terry said...

Astrid, I love your grungy butterflies! Such a lovely hanging! Enjoy the week. Hugs!

Pamellia Johnson said...

Another gorgeous piece Astrid! I just recently purchased the butterfly stamp and now you have really inspired me to put it to some use! So amazing! hugs :)

Anonymous said...

Stunning art, Astrid. You have a natural talent. ~ Cobs. x

artwolf2009 said...

love how it is no longer a whole tag

May said...

WoW...Love it Astrid....Hugs May x x

Anita Houston said...

Stunning and beautiful! Awesome texture and vintage feeling too!

Dianne said...

Wow fantastic design with the torn tags, gorgeous antiquing, love all the brown shades another stunning creation, thanks for sharing all this inspiration...

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