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How to make paper butterfly

Everyone is curious about decorating their homes, bed rooms, drawing rooms etc. While some buy the antiques and some can't afford these precious article for adorning their homes. So here's something which will help you embellish your dream house. Paper made article are always cheap and adds to the beauty of the rooms. What we will learn in this article is paper made butterfly. You can use any waste colorful paper for making the same like old picture calendars, glace papers, crush paper etc anything that suits you. It is really easy to make.
Paper Butterfly

Requirements:
1. Sheet of paper
2. Pencil, scale and compass
3. Scissors
4. Glue
5. Thread

Steps:
1. Take a sheet of paper and draw a square of size 5*5 cm.
2. Take another sheet and draw a circle of radius 4cm.
3. Now paste these images as shown in image 2.
4. Now fold this figure as shown in image 5 and proceed to image 6.
5. Now hold this figure from the middle and tie a thread as shown in image 7.
6. Spread the feathers of the butterfly and your paper made butterfly is ready.

Steps to Follow

You can use these paper made butterflies for decorating your walls or make any oddment as shown in image 8. So decorate your rooms according to your wish. This is really a good utilization of your time as it adds to the beauty of your home.

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