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Woot! I did it!

I finished my butterfly!!!! Woot!!!!! I’m ridiculously happy with it- I think it’s great, and since I’m going home soon, I’ll be able to find a nice frame and frame it soon 🙂

Here it is in all it’s un-ironed glory:

butterfly7

In case you can’t read the writing, it says ‘The butterfly counts not months but moments and has time enough’ … ‘Just like the butterfly, I too will awake in my own time!’

I’m ridiculously happy that it is now finished, and soon I have have it up on my wall 🙂

What to do now…what to do now? What do you do immediately after finishing a (relatively!) large project? I don’t feel like starting anything big again right now, I think I’ll stick to cards for a while 🙂

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Comments on: "Woot! I did it!" (8)

  1. creative pixie said:

    Beautiful. I’m sure you feel that you can achieve anything now (that’s how I feel after a big project comes to an end). How about doing a taster of new craft, feed off all that crafty excitement. Jean

  2. Gorgeous! I love that saying too. Job well done, it looks fabulous x

  3. Congrats on a beautiful finish 🙂

  4. That’s a beautiful and inspirational piece! And the timing for finishing is perfect for spring.

  5. This is so beautiful! It’s such an amazing feeling finishing a project you’re really proud of!

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