I've been hanging onto them because I can't bear to think about donating them to the Goodwill. They are from my homeland and they were a gift. I would like to find them a good home. If you think that you can provide my butterfly family with a nice and loving home and appreciate this art form from a much neglected and under-appreciated third-world country, please leave me a comment on this post only saying you'd like to adopt the butterfly family. I'm not going to require that you post on your own blog but that would be appreciated. If there is more than one comment with interest, I will do a drawing when I get back from vacation (yay! vacation!!). Last day to enter the drawing to adopt my butterfly family is Sunday, September 6th at 10PM PST. I will do the drawing on Labor Day (September 7th).
I will try to edit this post on Friday this week with better daytime pictures. My night-time pictures leave a lot to be desired! :)
Edited Saturday, 8/29 with better pictures:
Butterfly Family FrontSome folks have mentioned hanging the butterfly family and I wanted to illustrate that they stand with a little bendable metal stand. Unless you are handy and can put a hook on them, they are not hang-able (is that even a word?)
I hope the butterfly family finds a good home!
Until next time...