DIY 3D Butterfly Ornaments with Stickers
Perfect for my needs!
I purchased these to keep about 65 kids busy while they had to sit through some adult directed material before hearing a story. It was a story about butterflies and the kids were able to participate by lifting their butterflies up by the string and letting them float around. The weight of the paper was fine and the stickers were very colorful. It helped the butterfly to stay open by using some of the stickers on the fold to connect the body of the butterfly to the wings.
April 10, 2012
My daughter and I enjoyed making these to decorate the house for her 5th birthday. Easy to assemble and fun.
March 10, 2010
Activity went over very well for our event. However, the butterfly has a tendency to come apart too easily, in my opinion. With a little tape, it would be fine. Otherwise, it was a very nice butterfly and the kids loved decorating it with stickers. Plus, it is an environmentally friendly craft.
January 15, 2015
little girls love this!
my kids did not want to put the two pieces together to make 3-d butterflies; they just wanted to color the individual pieces and hang them in their rooms. My 7-year-old spent longer on this than any other project recently.
December 21, 2014
I bought these for my 4 year old to make for her baby sisters birthday party. She loves stickers and these were a great craft for her to do. They are very cute, but they do not stay open without a piece of tape when you put the two pieces together. Also, I only got 11 1/2 butterflies - which was not a problem for me, but I can see how it could be frustrating for someone who expected or needed 12.
April 21, 2014
easy fun and creative
My kid loved this. I brought it to decorate her room in butterfly. I let her decorate them and I hang them up on the ceiling and she can show them off to her friends that comes over.
January 8, 2013
Fun for kids
Fun and easy for my preschooler and Kindergartner to decorate!
May 6, 2011
Grand-kids are butterfly lovers so this project went well. My only reservation is that the finished product was difficult to keep 3 dimensional. Perhaps heaver card board would help.
June 24, 2010