10 Ways to Incorporate Butterflies Into Your Home Decorcraftyamy
I recently told you that I love The Inside Source for the latest trends in fashion and home decor, and I often use that inspiration as themes for craft and DIY projects. This week their Home & Garden section features a “Butterflies Take Flight” article that inspired me to do a butterfly home decor roundup. I’ve always had an aversion to butterflies (I picture pastels), but these projects made me rethink my viewpoint. They are modern and pretty (like this butterfly wreath)! Click through the jump to see them, then let me know if you would have them in your home.
Wall Art 1 of 9Make the "canvas" with scrap wood or a pallet - the rest is just paper and wire. You'll get to do some drilling in this project!
Download the butterfly template and get instructions at Today's Nest
Cute Cloche 2 of 9Use paper butterflies and a glass dome to recreate an expensive home decor piece.
Learn how to make it at Sweet Paul
Flutter Pillow 3 of 9Add felt butterflies to pillows with simple sewing - or use fabric glue for a no-sew option.
Get the instructions at Better Homes and Gardens
Specimen Art 4 of 9Use paper butterflies to substitute for the real thing - attach them to a frame using craft glue.
Learn how to do it yourself at Young House Love
Vinyl Records 5 of 9Make butterflies for your wall by heating vinyl records in the oven and then cutting them - fashion into a butterfly shape and let cool.
Find out how to do it yourself at Threadsence
Paper Wreath 6 of 9This wreath was made with a common and surprising material: paper bags.
Find out how it was made at Bump Smitten
Table Linens 7 of 9Print clip art butterflies onto iron-on transfer paper, then decorate table linens for your next party.
Get the instructions at Martha Stewart
Wall Display 8 of 9This amazing piece was made with old frame molding and other recycled bits and pieces.
Learn more about the project at Lucy Designs
Pretty Mobile 9 of 9You can use up your fabric scraps for this mobile, which would look great in a baby's room or on an outdoor porch.
Get the how-to at Craft Stylish
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