-1 acetate sheet
-Mod Podge and sponge brush
-small hole punch
-optional: craft glue
1) The first thing you need to do is cut out some butterfly images from your printouts. I just happened to have these laying around, you don't need this many.
5) It will feel like it's dry almost instantly but let it set for at least an hour. See that milky look under the acetate? Just be patient. When that's gone you can go onto the next step.
6) All dry? All right, now you can cut out your butterflies, again, but this time going through the acetate.
|Ooooh! So glossy!|
8) Now just thread your bobby pin through the holes, squiggly side down.
|There's no need to glue. It's on there for good.|
That's it! Just a few easy steps and you can have a whole swarm, flight, or kaleidoscope of butterflies!
|Have you ever tried taking a picture of the back of your own head?|
It's harder than you would think!
I think these could come in super handy for a wedding or any other special occasion. What other insects would you try? Maybe dragonflies? Leave a comment~
I had a real live lady bug in my hair today, trust me, they're not so cute on your head.