Caterpillars and butterflies of wooden clothespins


With wooden clothespins you can make all kinds of fun things. This time we do not take half a clothespin, butwhole clothespins.They stay whole, so that it remains a pincher. You can clip pictures between them or make a memo holder or fridge magnet. You squeeze them on a few twigs, on a vase, flower branch or on the lampshade. In short, clamp it anywhere you want!

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Supplies:clothespins, pomponnetjes, wobble eyes and foam rubber or cardboard hearts, chenille wire for the antennae. And, of course, scissors and glue. A glue gun glues the finest, but is not suitable for small children. Textile glue (Action) or all slime can of course also. As long as it glues!

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If you first glue the dots of two hearts a little over each other, you already have the wings. Only when they sit well together, do you stick it on the clothespin. Which side you put the head on, does not matter. Some butterflies fly up, but some also fly down:)

Lots of crafting fun!

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Below you can see a video how to easilydragonfliescreates (using the same materials):

From Caterpillar to Butterfly..

Everything you want to know - Van Mirelle/Crea with Kids 0-12 yr

Butterfly newspaper craft.

From Mirelle/Crea with Kids 0-12 yrs

Butterflies on your keyring

Butterfly crochet pattern/Axie

The peacock eye in the picture

Photos of this beautiful butterfly/Naturefreak

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