Not only do you get to color this in yourself (it’s free to download the template), but it can also be cut-out to reveal a fancy butterfly mask! You’ll certainly want to thank Hattifant for this one.
This popular tutorial from Home Schooling Mom 4 Two will show you how to create a fun and friendly butterfly using a toilet paper roll and colorful cardboard. Children are going to love this one!
When it comes to Halloween costumes, we think this one from iCandy Handmade takes the cake. Your child will be begging you to make these stunning butterfly wings for them!
With a paper bag, doilies, and other wonderful craft items, you too can create this fun butterfly, just as I Heart Crafty Things has done! This is also a great wet weather activity for little ones.
Speaking of cool and colorful butterfly crafts, here’s another idea from I Heart Crafty Things! We love the vibrant mosaic effect with the wings too.
Fancy incorporating butterflies into pottery? Now you can, thanks to this tutorial from Intimate Weddings featuring these stamped clay gift tags. They’re perfect!
It’s an origami butterfly using printed material! Keyka states this is the smallest butterfly she’s made yet, so why not see if you can create a tinier one by following her tutorial?
Everyone loves tie-dye, but it can be a little messy at the best of times. With these mini tie-dye butterflies from Kids Activities Blog, it uses colorful pens to create the same effect!
This DIY butterfly and book sculpture is amazing! The best part is, Better Homes and Gardens will show you how to recreate it.
Mabey She Made It has created a DIY butterfly shirt with a difference! We love this design and can see many wanting to recreate it in adult size.
Trust the team at Martha Stewart Weddings to come up with this brilliant, butterfly-filled bouquet. They’ll actually show you how it’s done, so be sure to take notes!
You can even incorporate a butterfly into a teabag holder thanks to this design from Minted Strawberry. Use different colored paper for an array of pretty styles.
Here’s another paper plate butterfly craft project, this time from No Time For Flash Cards. It’s a great way to get younger children involved in crafts.
This DIY seashell specimen art from Petal and Ply is like nothing we’ve seen before! Next time you’re at the beach, you’ll want to look out for these tiny shells.
Here’s another butterfly craft using that much-loved tie-dye effect. Red Ted Art will show you how to recreate this fun DIY project.
When it comes to butterfly crafts, you can’t leave out caterpillars too! This project from Scholastic will show you how to create both animals in the form of fun paper puppets.
Here’s a very ‘grown-up’ butterfly craft idea from Sel de Viking. Add instant prettiness to your home décor with this paper butterfly display. It’d look great as a table centerpiece too!
How is this for a unique and fun idea? The Craft Train has used both yarn and craft sticks to create these one-of-a-kind DIY butterflies. Amazing!
The Graphics Fairy is well-known for her generous offerings of free graphics and now she has a wonderful butterfly tutorial for us! This is one way to jazz-up your Christmas tree.
Light catchers are super pretty and this butterfly-shaped one from Trish Sutton is no exception! Where will you hang your crafty project once it’s completed?
This DIY woodland butterfly wreath from Up To Date Interiors is incredibly beautiful! Your front door will be the envy of the street when adorned with this craft idea.
They might look simple, but these DIY paper butterflies pack a colorful punch! You can use them in any range of craft projects too for additional fun. Check out Wonderful DIY for more inspiration.
You may have seen similar butterfly mobiles all over Pinterest by now, so why not create your own? It’s as simple as gaining inspiration and advice from Fab DIY!
If you’ve got some spare beads lying around, you may want to create one of these fabulous DIY bead butterflies by Where Imagination Grows! They’re colorful, quirky, and most of all, easy to make.
Fancy a wind-up paper butterfly that can flap its wings? It’s possible, thanks to this wonderful tutorial from You Are My Fave. Make a bunch of them as party favors and they’ll keep people entertained for hours!
Now that you’ve had your fix of butterfly-related craft projects, which ones are you willing to try? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Such a lovely collection! Thank you for including the Light Catchers that Kelly from Typically Simple shared on By Trish Sutton.
Thanks for sharing!!
Wonderful butterfly craft collection. My nieces would surely love these especially the dress costume and coloring pages. Thanks a lot for sharing. =D
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