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Butterfly Pocket Pal

Make this beautiful Butterfly to pop up out of your pocket.

Supplies

Aleene's® Quick Dry Tacky Glue™
Wood pieces, assorted sizes and shapes
Paper punches: 1/8”, 3/16”, 1/4”
Black marker
Acrylic paint; Deep Green, Purple, Fuchsia
Embroidery floss (to hang flower)
Wire
Craft sticks
Craft foam; light pink, pink, green, yellow, brown, light brown
1/4" flat brush

Instructions

Glue wood pieces together. Glue the tip of craft stick to back of the figure, making sure there is space enough to insert into a pocket. Let dry.

Using ¼” brush, paint with purple and pink acrylic paint colors as desired on the butterfly, paint stick green. Let dry.

Using picture as reference, glue all trims into place:

Antennae: Wire

Trim, Flower, Leaf and Body: Craft foam

To hang flower: Embroidery floss

This craft is reprinted courtesy of I Love To Create.

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Butterfly Crafts For Kids, Early Elementary Craft, Felt and Foam Crafts

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