This free butterfly template is perfect for making some easy crafts for kids! Butterfly crafts are always popular for spring crafts and summer crafts and it’s always good to have something to hand that’s going to make it easier for you to set up an activity. With this PDF all you need to do is grab as many copies as you’d like and you’re ready to have fun getting creative….
Advert. I’m really excited to share this easy butterfly suncatcher craft with you that I made with my kids this weekend. I’ve been working with Scotch Wall-Safe Tape on a couple of projects and this is the first one that I’ll be sharing with you, it’s simple, pretty and most importantly my kids loved making them! They look amazing up in a window with the light shining in and are a really easy way that your kids can make a decoration to brighten up a room.
Sometimes we all need to go back to basics a bit, doing the crafts that are easy to set up and don’t require us spending loads of money on materials or (even worse) having to wait for them to be delivered. This easy butterfly craft is perfect as it ticks all the boxes plus it looks really pretty too. Butterfly crafts are great for spring and summer and this is one that will look super sweet pinned on your kids wall or in pride of place on your fridge or noticeboard.
This is the second post I’ve written recently that uses packaging that I’ve had wine delivered in but hey! Crafting can be expensive if you buy loads of things in the shops, it really doesn’t need to be that way though. This preschool butterfly craft is perfect for little ones and allows them to create something really pretty themselves without too much adult intervention – as a mum I love to see what my child has made in preschool but I can normally tell straight away if someone else has done something for her! I really love to see crafts for toddlers that they have led on themselves. That said I also love to be able to put her art up on the wall…but I still want it to look nice! This cute craft ticks both boxes and if you’re doing this with older kids (my daughter is two) then I’ll be sharing a few ideas on how you can change this up to suit them too.
Two exciting things to share with you today, firstly I’ve got a little tutorial for you on how I made these fun yoghurt bottle butterflies using Yakult bottles and then I’ve got some news on how you can do some crafting yourself and be in with the chance of winning £500 Hobbycraft vouchers to fund your craft stash. How cool is that?!