Friday, November 12, 2010

The Butterfly Effect - Update #10

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Greetings from Butterfly Land! This week we've seen not only our first arrival of encaustic butterflies from Kim Andersen, but also our first butterfly from Italia sent in by the talented Palma Rea! Also, from someone who many of you probably already know, a beautifully crafted butterfly from Terri Kahrs, dripping in her signature colors and style. This brings our total to 66! There were also several more people emailing this week expressing an interest to join in. Can we reach 100? 200? I know it depends on new people reading about the project on different blogs or via word of mouth. Appreciation goes out again to those of you who've posted the information on their sidebars or told others in their communities.

A reminder too, to get your butterflies completed and mailed to reach us in time for the book draw on November 30th.

A big thank you to:

Terri Kahrs
Palma Rea
Kim Andersen

Morris Plains, New Jersey, USA


Snohomish, Washington, USA


For more information on the Holocaust Museum Houston, this project and  how you can become involved, or  to view the complete gallery of butterflies received to date  please click on the sidebar links.


~*~Patty S said...

All the butterfly creations are magical and wonderful and touch my heart so sweetly!
Thank you for sharing these with us all dear Trudi!

Linda M. said...

So many beautiful butterflies!

Terri Kahrs said...

I've said it before, and I'll say it again . . . Trudi, it's an honor to be able to contribute to this awesome project. Your updates are one of the highlights of my week! Have a super weekend! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Createology said...

It is always such an inspiration to see the varied and immensly creative butterflies that are made and sent to this wonderful project. Great work by everyone.

Cynthia Schelzig,Cynnie said...

Magnificent butterfly samples...what color!!!

Lynn said...

Magnificent !!!!! You must really enjoy seeing them all in person Trudi :)

Debby said...

Gasp!!!! They are all so beautiful. I would be spending hours fluttering around with all of them, as I am sure you are.

Seth said...

Wow...these are stunning!

Taluula said...

So many scrumptious and creative butterflies.

Sandy Ang said...

Terri's butterfly-girl is just incredible ! Just found your blog and love the projects here.