this is so precious! i like the butterfly you picked. it reminds me of a project that I did, that my art teacher blogged about: http://www.amarettogirl.com/blog/2010/2/10/butterfly-magic-paper-art-inspiration.html
Two things: I love your fake specimen, and I blogged one of your prints at http://theanimalarium.blogspot.com/2010/02/sunday-safari-lovebirds.html (sorry for the late notice, and a belated happy valentine's day)
Con este post me recordaste mi época de estudiante y ayer rescaté del fondo de un armario de casa dos cajas entomológicas: una con mariposas y otra con escarabajos, libélilas y demás especímenes, que guardo como un tesoro y que voy a colgar en el estudio en cuanto terminemos de redecorarlo.
Por cierto, la composición final es muy bonita. Te felicito.
This is a clever idea - just love it. I remember when my son made a bug collection for a school project years and years ago. Yours is sweet I love the displays your arrange. Lots of interesting collectibles.
You've got a lovely blog. I'd love to follow you, - but I'm fresh blogging and don't understand where to find the sign up. - Is it the e-mail update? Because I'd like to follow on blogspot and not in my private e-mail. - I'd love to step by again :)
Hey, i'm Ploy from Thailand. I've been visiting your wonderful blog for a while and i wonder you did all the paper yourself if so please tell me how because i wanted to do the fixed size of paper that strong enough to make water colour work of it.