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Paper Butterfly

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With Easter break looming, keep the kids busy with this paper butterfly craft, for some decoration ideas and inspiration. This craft is easy to make and requires only a few materials, but does demand a little patience. The finished product is well worth it though.

Time: 30 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Assorted paper
Compass and ruler
Scissors
String
Glue, double-side tape or blue-tack
Skewers
Green floral foam and container or vase, to put butterfly

Method
Draw a 7cm and 9 cm diameter circle on paper (a big and a smaller circle) using compass.
Cut your circles.
Paper Butterfly Montage
Fold circle in half.
Start to accordion-fold one side and repeat with the other half.Do the same with other circle.
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Fold both in the middle. Tie together with string.
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Pull the creases and open your butterfly.
Repeat until you reached the amount desired.
Place blu-tack at top of skewer and press butterfly to hold. Alternatively, use glue or double-sided tape.
Place green foam in container or vase and skewer the butterflies.
Alternately, just stick butterflies to frames or any other decorations.


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