How to Make a Burnt Brown Bag Butterfly Box
Burn, baby, burn! That's what you have to do to create this repurpose craft! Learn how to make a burnt brown bag butterfly box using a vintage technique and Aleene's Tacky Glue. You'll love displaying this piece!
The technique used for this project involved burning tacky glue. Sound complicated? It's actually so easy, even a beginner can try it! Cut a butterfly out of a brown paper bag (we all have a million of those lying around the house, right?) and cover it in glue. Place the butterfly over the flame and watch it transform. Use Rub n' Buff to bring out the cool textures and you're done! How cool is that?
For a step-by-step photo tutorial of this project, check out Burnt Brown Bag Box.
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