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Pretty Butterfly Flower Vase

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Using ribbon, beads and dimensional butterflies you can have this vase from Beacon Adhesives made for yourself in no time. Once the vase is finished you can add your beautiful flowers to it for a great centerpiece.

Materials:

  • ZIP DRY PAPER GLUE
  • FABRI-TAC
  • Acrylic vase, 6” X 4”, or size of your choice.
  • Dimensional butterflies, one large and four small.
  • Large yellow rickrack
  • Blue and purple dotted ribbon, 1⁄2” wide or narrower.
  • Yellow gingham decorative paper
  • Blue paper
  • Square blue beads or beads of your choice
  • Scissors, paper cutter, ruler

Instructions:

  1. Cut a 5 ½” X 3 ½” rectangle of blue paper and glue to the front of the vase with ZIP DRY. Cut a 2 ½” X 3 ¾” rectangle of yellow gingham paper and glue to the center of the blue paper.
     
  2. Cut the blue dotted ribbon in lengths of fit around the gingham paper edges and glue with FABRI-TAC.
     
  3. Cut and glue the yellow rickrack around the blue paper with FABRI-TAC.
     
  4. Put ZIP DRY on the back of the large butterfly and gently press into the center of the gingham paper. Repeat for the smaller butterflies and place on ribbon corners.
     
  5. Glue beads to the rickrack corners with FABRI-TAC.

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