Butterfly Specimen art from Spunky Junky {{tutorial}}

Hello! Hello! Love Stitched stalkers readers!
My name is Halsey and I am so happy to be here today.  Don’t you just love Brittany’s blog? She totally cracks me up with her funny stories, her amazing tutorials, and I her keen eye for fashion!

When I am not chasing my Punk around or lovin’ on my Hunk I run a lil’ blog called Spunky Junky. I am a true believer that good taste doesn’t need to cost a lot of money! So I have tried to make my house a home one piece of spunky junk at a time.
Today I am going to show you how to make a butterfly specimen box on the cheap…as in super, uber cheap.
For this project I used:
paint sample cards in coordinating colors from Lowe’s-FREE
self-adhesive foam mount stickers
a butterfly punch
and a mounting board (aka the Costco cardboard insert so pictures can’t bend) FREE
I tried to pick out paint sample cards that coordinated with the colors in my home.
Once I cut out the butterflies I used the adhesive foam stickers to stick the butterflies to the mounting board.
Super cheap. Deceivingly cute.  

Thanks Brittany for so letting me crash your pad today! 

Thanks for sharing Hasley! This is such simple way to add a pop to your home decor! You could easily buy ANY punch and change it up with this project!

Be sure to leave Hasley some comment love and thank her for her darling tutorial!!

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