Paper Butterfly COLLECTION

With this 3D decoration set you will have a swarm of lovely butterflies in your home to brighten up any place, like a baby room. Easily decorate your wall, door, lampshade, picture frame, cupboard, cabinet or anything else.
They are very easy to use: simply take them out of their sheets, add on the glue dot and stick them any place in the (baby) room! 🙂

This 3D paper decoration kit contains 24 easy to use insects & adhesives. There are 5 different kinds in variable sizes varying from 6 to 10cm wide. They come in 3 glossy metallic gradient colors!

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Get creative with this 3D paper Butterfly Collection!

An overwhelming swarm of beautiful butterflies! This is home decoration in a very animal friendly way. All our paper creations are made with FSC-paper. And so is this 3D paper Butterfly Collection.

Assembling this 3D paper Butterfly Collection is like a mindful journey. It will keep you busy with an amazing creative result. The feeling of joy when you are ready with assembling this beautiful Butterfly Collection is great!

The Butterfly Collection contains:

  • A template with 24 butterflies.
  • Adhesives to create your own swarm.

Butterfly facts:

There are over 20.000 butterfly species known in the world. Their scientific name is Rhopalocera. Did you know that butterflies actually need to maintain a surprisingly high body temperature if they want to fly around? The body temperature needs to be around 30°C! If it is too cold, the butterfly will be rendered completely immobile. To maintain a high body temperature they warm up by sitting in the sun, staying still on vegetation with their wings spread in direct sunlight. Their wings contain a network of small capillaries and this activity heats the blood in butterflies’ veins, allowing for transport of warmed blood throughout their small bodies.

Butterflies don’t have just two wings, they have four; two hindwings and two forewings. Butterflies have senses of taste, smell and touch and their taste receptors are actually located on their feet.

They only live for a few weeks. The average lifespan of an adult butterfly is roughly three to four weeks. In some cases the entire life cycle can last anywhere between two and eight months. At least one species of butterfly lives for approximately 24 hours, while some migratory butterflies, like the North American Monarch, can survive for nearly eight months. There are a lot of different sizes amongst them. The Giant Swordtail Butterfly, as its name implies, is one of the biggest butterflies in the world!

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