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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Shabby "Butterfly Garden" Switchplate!

Hello everyone!

I'm sharing a little project I made today! I was pretty tired of the plastic boring light switch plate I had in my craft room and I found a pretty wooden one that I could alter from my local 
Craft Warehouse!
$1.99!!! Not too bad huh?:)

So....looking at this all day, was old!
 Look how boring!
 I took the wooden one and went to town with it!

I recorded this project and taught myself a new editing program (A lot of work editing, just so you know)! So I hope you enjoy this project and the video tutorial! 

Enjoy the video and detail pics that will follow!











I love it on my wall now! I had to make a few adjustments since the switch opening on the wood plate was bigger than the one on the plastic plate...I just added some paper to the back of the wooden plate:) It's all good though! I LOVE it!


See:) 
It's close to the framing but it fit!

Products used from Wild Orchid Crafts:

If you have any questions regarding this project, email me or leave a comment below with your contact info!:)

I appreciate your support, thanks so much for peeking in! Have a great day! xo, Jules

6 comments:

  1. omg! I LOVE IT!!! I'm gonna have to do that to the one in my living room! OHHH LOVE IT! SO pretty love the colors you used also. My walls are about the same color as yours...oh tfs!! xoxoxo Elsa

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  2. Oh wow! What a beautiful work of art! Thanks for sharing. I guess I'm going to have to order some of those flowers!

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  3. really Cute Jules! I can't do anything to mine. I get bored too easy so it has to be boring. LOL Have a Happy New Year!

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  4. This is gorgeous Jules! What an amazing idea! I want to do one for every switchplate in my house :)

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  5. You ALWAYS create such Beautiful Masterpieces!

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