Sunday, October 31, 2010

Butterfly Migration to Canada

Don't worry this migration isn't a strange anomaly.
The butterflies I speak of are suppose to fly to Trudi's Studio in Canada. Trudi is collecting as many butterflies as she can from her artistic friends. She takes photographs of them and then posts them on her blog. She will eventually re-package them and ship the large butterfly collection to the Holocaust Museum in Texas. The Museum is trying to collect 1.5 million butterflies. I am honored to have been invited through Trudi to participate in the Butterfly Project. My butterflies arrived at Trudi's around the same time as my friend Cindy Adkin's butterflies arrived, our butterflies helped our group collection to reach 50. Trudi has featured Cindy's butterflies and my butterflies together on her blog this week. Visit Trudi to see our group collection and to find more information about the project.
 There is still time for you to participate in the project and join our migration!


  1. Hi Linda,
    I'm so happy that our butterflies "landed" at the same time at Trudi's!
    And also, I hope you had a very happy birthday!!! (I fixed the link on my post...thank you for telling me about it!)

  2. Just had a look at your butterflies Linda and you've done so well with them! They are just gorgeous! Well done.
    Also wishing you a very Happy, Happy Birthday! xoxo

  3. Love your butterflies, this is such a fabulous project.

  4. I hadn't heard of this project, but it sounds like a lot of fun to make them and for such a good reason. I like the one you pictured today too.

    Thanks for the post about my dog's Halloween costume today!

  5. Hi Linda,
    I just came over to say "hi" and hope you're having a good day!!!


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