Rumors that the Church of the Transient Butterfly was started by the Stained Glass Worker’s Guild have always been denied as the darkest kind of blasphemy by all members. “The Transient Butterfly teaches us that life is short and yet beautiful.” says the current head priest and president of the Stained Glass Worker’s Guild, Glassinda Reed. “That has nothing to do with stained glass windows except they are pretty and are required in the homes of all church members.”
Meanwhile the current archbishop of the village of Warshed Awaygin and vice president of the Garden Worker’s Guild warns of displeasing the Transient Butterfly by not having enough flowers in your garden. Implications are that the unhappy insect could choose to flap its wings at the wrong time creating an “undesirable” incident.
Members of the church do not believe in climate change as the Transient Butterfly does not like contradictions.
Too much? o.O
#clairestelle8challenge – Stained Glasss
#31DC2017 – Rainbow
- Base Polishes:
Pretty Serious’ “Doodle Bug” and Sinful Color’s “Whiteboard” (a totally crap polish, btw)
- Stamping Polishes:
Born Pretty’s white and Mundo de Unas’ “Black”
- Jelly Polishes (diluted with clear polish):
OPI’s Color Paints “Landscape Artist”, “Indigo Motif”, “Primarily Yellow”, “Chromatic Orange”, “Turquiose Aesthetic”, “Purple Perspective”
- Additional black lines filled in with acrylic paint
- Stamping Plates:
Moyou London Gothic Collection 10 (smaller windows and birds), KD-SM612-03 (butterfly), Ejiubas + @Franmendezg (building on thumb)
I’m really happy. I partially bought the Moyou London plate with the idea of stealing single glass windows from it and it totally worked. Actually, I bought both plates that I used for the stained glass specifically because I wanted to use them for it. Mwahahaaa!
Check out all the other beautiful rainbows of the #31DC2017:
Thanks so much!
These are so delicate and pretty! Love that you went with something other than regular rainbow too.
Awww Thanks so much. I just love stained glass. It’s such a beautiful art form and it’s nearly always rainbow in nature. 🙂
I really like the butterfly effect – both of them. 😉