Sandwich Bag Butterflies

| March 20, 2007 | 1 Comment

If the rain continues to plague Spring Break week, you can bet your last buck that by Thursday the Dollar Store craft supply section will be packed with parents.

My pal Ange across the pond in Vancouver is a master at entertaining her 2- and 4-year-olds on soggy, cold days. So, it’s no surprise that she wins the prize for most creative (and simple) Spring craft project.

This sandwich-bag butterfly is as cute as it is easy, requiring only sandwich bags that seal, colourful tissue paper and pipe cleaners. Not even the threat of ingested glue or paint on the carpet with this one.

If the lovely butterfly ends up a winner in your house, you’ll definitely want the www.kidscraftweekly.com website in your bookmarks and its newsletter in your e-mail inbox as it’s a major score in the kiddo crafting, please-anyone find-me something-to-do with-these-munchkins department.

Craft on!

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Category: ARTS & LITERACY, Crafts

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Robin Rivers is the Project Development Director for Vancouver-based Mherge Media Group. Often can be found leaping tall buildings with the help of great friends. Predisposed to odd hats and the color orange. In love with imagination, her kids and that crazy guy who married her.

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  1. Jeri Menking says:

    What a creative idea and very original!!!!! Have never seen anything like it before!
    Jeri

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