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The Butterfly Project

In an effort to remember the 1,500,000 children who perished in the Holocaust , the Holocaust Museum Houston is collecting 1.5 million handmade butterflies.
The Butterfly Project  touched my heart when I first heard about it, so I've made a butterfly to mail when I get to the States later this week...
Sure hope you'll consider making one too. You can find more info at the museum's website
I'm busy preparing to leave this week for my trip to the USA!!! -  so won't be blogging as much for the next month, but I want to thank all of you who have decided to follow my blog...new and old!!! Thank you!!!

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  1. What a lovely project to get involved in. Your butterfly is going to be a great addition for them. All the best for your trip to the USA - enjoy, be safe and look forward to hearing something of your trip when you return....ybf ann.

  2. Thanks Ann! I'm hoping I'll have time to add a bit more before we leave on Thursday...but the push is on!

  3. Wish we had such beautiful butterflies around here. Lovely work and even more important project. xox Corrine

  4. Hi Annie,

    Thanks for your recent comments on my blog - have been quilting more than spending time at the computer, so apologies for not answering you back sooner!

    Your butterfly for the museum project is lovely - fabric collage is such a great medium!

    Hope your trip to the US is fun - let me know if you are going to be near Bradenton for a possible lunch meet-up ;-0

  5. Thank you Corrine! They're ALL around you...you just have to look for them. :)

  6. YW Susan! Thanks so much. Don't give it another thought! I totally understand because I've been doing less art and more computering but need to switch that around! I'll be bringing my contact info with me and hope we can get in touch. I'm already worn out though - just from the plans we've made!

  7. Your butterfly is beautiful! Wishing you a great trip back to the States!

  8. What a stunning creation Annie! I don't know how you dare say I'm making you tired lol your work is so much more skilful than my cobbled together 10 min bracelets etc, thanks so much for telling us about this project - I had no idea about this, will defiantly be sending off a butterfly or two, much love Jennibellie x

  9. Thank you Dion and Robin! You BOTH inspire ME!

  10. Yet another gorgeous project. Have a safe and fantastic trip and give your son a hug of thanks from all of us when you see him.

  11. Thank you waggonswest! We won't get to see our son this time around. :( But March - when we will get to see him - is just around the corner!


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