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Colors of Spring Butterfly Wreath


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Welcome spring with this Colors of Spring Butterfly Wreath from Vicki O'Dell and Consumer Crafts.  This spring door wreath is just the thing to get your house guests in the spirit of the season.  And these beautiful butterflies add just the right touch!

Colors of Spring Butterfly Wreath


  • Bowdabra Bow Maker
  • Bowdabra Wire
  • Feather Butterflies (or other embellishment)
  • Tulle Rolls – 1 roll of each color: Sage, Pink, Yellow, Lavender, Ivory and Light Blue
  • 18 inch Green Metal Wreath Form
  • Spray paint in a light color (optional)
  • Hot Glue Gun and glue sticks


To prepare for making this wreath you will want to watch the DVD that comes with the Bowdabra so you will understand how to make the Tulle Puffs.

  1. For the base of the wreath make tulle puffs, leaving the Bowdabra string at least three inches long on each end so that you are able to tie the puffs onto the wreath form.

    Colors of Spring Butterfly Wreath

    Colors of Spring Butterfly Wreath
  2. Keep making puffs and tying them on until the wreath is full. There is probably enough tulle on each roll to make TWO wreaths. You can make one for yourself and one for a friend!

    Colors of Spring Butterfly Wreath

    Colors of Spring Butterfly Wreath
  3. Once the wreath is full, hot glue the butterflies onto the front. Use as many or as few butterflies as you like. You could also use larger butterflies, birds, or just a big bow. It’s up to you!

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If you or your hubby (or boyfriend) is handy with a saw, you could easily make the bowmaker. just takes 3 pieces of scrap plywood, 4 screws and you got it. I however would sand the plywood smooth before assembling. Hope this is helpful..........You could even make the wreath out of plywood. Just cut an 18 inch,( or whatever size you want) circle, cut out the middle, leaving a 3 inch ring and drill hole to thread the string though and tie on the back side. Sand it smooth and spray paint it a nice spring color. Have fun.

I meant drill holes.

it is very cute and springy, but way to expensive,,seems like you have to keep buying new tools to make a lot of these projects and with the economy the way it is and people out of work, doesn't seem worthwhile....

I love it!!!!

It's very cute but I'm not about to go and buy a bow maker.

So pretty, I enjoy following what is going on with you guys. I've been fighting Cancer and enjoy all of theses websites to lift me up. And I do make some of the ideas. Thank You! CaliTexGal93

This is a really beautiful wreath; however, 6 rolls of 25 yd tulle at $6.00/roll, plus the cost of the wreath form & the buttrflies--seems a very expensive, even for 2 wreaths!

I love this craft.

its very inspiring me to product some another decor for the door or window... thanks miss vicky.. I'll wait some else...


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