What a crazy weekend! Two of the sites where I hang out, KB & Friends and Scrapbookgraphics, were both hosting special events for Digital Scrapbooking Day. There were chats, special challenges, and gifts galore. It was a lot of fun, but by the time it was over, I was exhausted.
Kim Gabriel and I hosted a special Frameworthy challenge and chat at SBG on Saturday night. Our inspiration piece was one of Andy Warhol's butterfly pieces. I've got to admit, I was familiar with Warhol's pop art, but who knew he did pretty?
Here's what I came up with, a piece of mail art with all kinds of flying and butterfly references. Be sure to check out the awesome airmail stamp in the corner.
Background and postcard from the SBG Gratitude kit; butterfly photo from stock.xchng; winged woman from Art E-Zine; butterfly stamp from my own Winged Things brushes; air mail stamp from Maya's Weird is wonderful; postage stamp from Outside the Margins; and postmark from Nancie Rowe Janitz's Bits of History brushes. Font is Jane Austen.
The large butterfly brush in the background is from my own Winged Things brush set. I gave it out at the Frameworthy chat, but if you've read this far, I think you deserve your own set. (I'm sorry, this link has been disabled.)