Recycled Paper Butterflies


Recycled Paper Butterflies


Recycled Paper Butterflies
Recycled Paper Butterflies

These Recycled Paper Butterflies are a great way to reuse a few stacks of your extra, unwanted paper. You can make these pretty butterflies from a page out of an old magazine, wrapping paper, or even your junk mail. When you follow this easy guide, you can fold together this paper craft in no time at all. These decorative butterflies are also very lightweight, so hanging them on your walls is a cinch. 'Tis the season for green crafting, so start using up your recyclables with this stunning spring craft idea.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts



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I woke up this morning while it was raining so with the outdoors plans cancelled, I need something to keep me busy. I love how colorful these butterflies look and how the tutorial helps you to follow the steps. This is a great way to recycle some old magazine pages sitting in your garage.

These are absolutely perfect to enliven my bathroom! I have one that I bought, but I like the looks of these better. I have to read through the directions again, but none of it looked complicated except for folding the wings and I didn't quite get that. Once I try it, it will probably be simple, though.


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