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Sweet Butterfly

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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This is a sweet alternative to a regular birthday card. Older kids will be able to draw and cut out their own butterfly while younger ones will enjoy decorating a cut out made by a parent.



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Time: 10 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Cardstock
Hard wrapped lolly
Felt tip pens
2 googly eyes

Method
Lay your lolly on the card so that you can judge the size.



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Draw the wings, leaving room for the head to stick off the top.



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Cut out the butterfly shape.
Decorate the butterfly with bright felt tip pens or indulge your creative side by painting, sticking on shapes or using glitter glue.



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butterfly, card, lolly, sweet, preschool, toddler, googly eyes


Make a small slit between the wings at the top and bottom.
Insert the stick of the lolly through the two slits.
Glue on a couple of googly eyes and your sweet butterfly is ready to fly.



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butterfly, card, lolly, sweet, preschool, toddler, googly eyes


Categories
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Greeting Card
#Butterfly
#Fun Food
#Birthday Card
#Easy
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