The butterfly paper from GCD was one of my favorites, and this is what I did with some of it:
I thought of making a paper flower bouquet, but after looking at all the butterflies, I decided to do this. For the box I used an empty japanese tea box, which I had saved because it was a nice heavy cardboard. It already had a nice yellow rim on top so this paper from Crate was perfect for covering it. I used the turquoise ribbon and felt flower from my kit to decorate it. I then cut a block of florist foam for the inside. I attached wire to my cut out butterflies with a hot glue gun and stuck them in the foam. I cut up some white tissue with my Martha Stewart fringe scissors and crumpled it for the filling on top. Right now it's sitting on my desk, so when I look at it, I forget about this cold and all the snow we have here.
I found these old photo booth photos in a box the other day, so I had to scrapbook them. I don't even remember when the kids posed for these! I wish we had done this more, they are so funny to look at, now that the kids are grown up. It's funny to see what faces they made, when given a limited time to pose. I wasn't sure how I was going to use the pompoms on a string (Glitz) that were in the kit. One fell of the end, so I used it as the center of my pinwheel flower(cut from my Slice), and I tied the string around the photo and paper. The cards were cut out from a piece of Crate paper, the little brown birds are Studio Calico rub-ons.
Take care and have a great weekend!