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Published on 04 Jun 2013 | over 4 years ago

Inspired by the art of quilling, I created these butterflies and flowers using simple quilling shapes. This project would a perfect kid project. You can use Elmer's foam glue instead of hot glue to glue the pieces together. You can also insert a stick at the end of body for the butterfly and between a petal for the flower to create a handle for easy holding. Try making these but instead of cutting your strips 1/2 inch, cut them 1/4 inch wide. I hope you like this tutorial and thank you for watching

Materials:
Glue gun or foam adhesive
ruler and craft knife fro cutting the foam
two 2 inch wire
wire cutter
2 strips of 8 x 1/2 inch foam (upper wing)
2 strips of 6 x 1/2 inch foam (lower wing)
1 strip 6 x 1/2 inch foam (head)
3 strip of 3 1/2 x 1/2 inch foam (body segments)
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