Butterfly Baby Photo Prop: Pattern


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Baby Butterfly Photo Prop Pattern

An Original Pattern by Tanya Naser. Copyright © Tanya Naser 2012. All Rights Reserved.

Purple Butterfly Wings crocheted by Christy: http://www.facebook.com/christyscountrycreations

Photo taken by and used with permission from Clare Impressions Photography: http://www.facebook.com/ClareImpressionsPhotography

I’ve finally finished the long awaited butterfly and I owe a huge THANK YOU to my wonderful testers who patiently waded through all the frogs with me and ironed out all the wrinkles!

I’m really pleased with the way this one turned out. It started as a monster and now it’s simple enough for really anyone to tackle. I hope you have as much fun turning your kids into butterflies as I did!

Butterfly Baby Photo Prop: PDF PATTERN: $5.50.

Available as an instant download in any of my online shops.

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Also available on Craftsy is the Butterfly Baby COCOON ONLY. Perfect for those who are looking to whip up a gorgeous gift for a shower or new baby!

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5 thoughts on “Butterfly Baby Photo Prop: Pattern

  1. Alexa October 9, 2012 at 9:38 pm Reply

    Do u have a how to video that helps explain how to make this im a little confused after making the first MC then when it comes to making the circle things

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  2. At Last Christina Smith Photography June 14, 2012 at 10:27 am Reply

    I was wondering if you could help explain how it attaches please? It looks beautiful!

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    • Marissa June 14, 2012 at 2:52 pm Reply

      Thanks for the question!

      The prop is designed to lie flat so there really isn’t a need to attach them to the cocoon. Also, it’s designed for a wide range of children. The cocoon is meant for small babies but these wings would work for older children up to three years of age–they are quite large and dramatic!

      You could add a couple of buttons however and simply button them to the cocoon if you’d like :)

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  3. Divine Debris Jewelry June 9, 2012 at 8:01 am Reply

    Those wings are absolutely gorgeous.

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