When I found this paper butterfly video tutorial by PQ Crafts on Youtube, I couldn’t wait to make them. These butterflies were so professional looking but also so very easy, and they have very descriptive, step by step instructions. I recently made a portion of my bedroom into a sitting area, and I really wanted a small corner area of the room to visually stand-alone, and look like a completely separate space within the room. So the idea occurred to me that I could do that with papercrafts. I had quite a few ideas in mind that used real flowers and metal butterflies. I had some store-bought artificial flowers and handmade feather flowers and butterflies. I had plenty of artificial flowers and butterflies that I had collected from many sales at Michaels Craft Store and Joann’s Fabrics, where I also got to use my 25% off coupons from both the Michaels and Joann’s apps, so they were so cheap and I love them all so much. I was kind of worried about what kind of flowers I could make to go with my existing array of flowers and butterflies.
Materials For Paper Butterflies:
- Some paper
- A pencil
- A ruler
- A pen
- Glue (Elmer’s white school glue)
- A pair of scissors
In this paper butterfly video tutorial by PQ Crafts on Youtube, you will learn how to make decorative paper butterflies in a few easy steps. You start by drawing and cutting your butterfly pattern.
Then, just follow the simple instructions in the video tutorial to finish your butterfly.
These darling butterflies are one of the simplest papercrafts I have found, and the results are very professional looking.