Recycled Paper Butterfly DIY Wreath


Recycled Paper Butterfly DIY Wreath

Recycled Paper Butterfly DIY Wreath
Recycled Paper Butterfly DIY Wreath

Embrace the summer and make this beautiful Recycled Paper Butterfly DIY Wreath. Making this summery piece of DIY home decor is as easy as cutting and folding old magazines. Every crafter loves recycled crafts because you can use what you were going to toss to make something amazing. In this case, this DIY wreath is swarming with colorful butterflies, with each paper butterfly made with a different color combination. Each butterfly takes less than one magazine page, so you can make a bunch to use for other projects.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGreen Crafting



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What a neat way to use up some catalogs that I have been hanging on to! The method is a lot simpler than the product looks and they're so pretty. I just have to decide how and where to use them, but I am leaning toward using them in potted plants.

#BESTIDEAEVER - I didn't want to throw away all of my old magazines and catalogs and now I have a use for them. I'll make a butterfly wreath, a butterfly mobile, and some butterflies to attach to gifts instead of using bows


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