Butterfly Net…or…Bug Catcher?

I was finally able to finish my latest creation that I have been working on for over a week now. The whole project will take about 2 hours to complete and with most of that time being drying time. I decided to use mod podge on the handle to keep the fabric clean and washable. It only required about 10 minutes at the machine.

I’m pretty happy with the outcome and I will definitely be making some more of them. They are easy, fast and very cheap to make.

Although I’m pretty sure this cute little butterfly net will turn into a bug catcher pretty quick!
Whatcha think? Wanna make one?

I will have a tutorial to share with all of you next week for fat quarter friday.

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  1. Melissa @ Love Affair With My Brother says:

    I definitely want to make one! As soon as Anne saw this on the screen she started pointing and saying "want want want" over and over again! Super cute!

  2. Rachel at Sun Scholars says:

    oh my gosh, I never thought to make one of these myself. You are brilliant! And it turned out so pretty! I'm off to share this with my Facebook friends.

    Thanks for linking up at For the Kids Friday!!!

    :)rachel

  3. ZiaMaria says:

    This is so sweet, thanks for sharing, love it.

  4. Wow,it`s very cute!!

  5. How cute is that?! I may have to make one for Kadie. She's obsessed with butterflies.

  6. Art For Little Hands says:

    Such cute butterflies. The net is wonderful too.

  7. so cute! (and i LOVE miss d's dress! ;) ;)

  8. OMG! I remember using these as a kid! I loved them and love your version!!! I'd love if you linked this up to Sew Woodsy!

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    Shall I say it again???

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