Butterfly Scents

Skill Level: Beginner

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  • FloraCraft® DryFōM®:
    • 2.4" x 3.75" Mug Plugs - Green
  • Spanish Moss
  • 6.5" Bisque Ceramic Vase (Unglazed)
  • Acrylic Paint:
    • Light Purple
    • Pastel Green
    • Baby Blue
    • Cream
    • Warm White
  • Acrylic Spray Sealer - Matte
  • 12" x 12" Butterfly Scrapbook Paper
  • (1) Lavender Flower Bush
  • (2) Purple Wild Blossom Bush
  • (1) Lavender Daisy Bush
  • (1) Babies Breath Bush - Cream
  • (1) Pansy Bush - Purple


  • Scissors
  • Masking Tape
  • Heavy-Duty Floral Cutter
  • Paper Towels (To Protect Work Area)
  • Tacky Glue
  • Flat Stain Paint Brush


  1. Prepare the work area with plastic garbage bags or paper towels before painting. Wash the pot and wipe with a paper towel. (No need to wait to dry before painting.)
  2. Mix each color of paint with white in a ratio of 2/3 color and 1/3 white—paint bands of color on the pot according to the photo.
  3. When the paint is dry, spray with matte sealer and let dry.
  4. Place floral foam into pot. Note: flowers should be inserted from tallest to shortest. Trim “lavender” stem to 18″ and insert into the center back of the floral foam.
  5. Trim one wild purple blossom to 14″ and the other to 10″. Insert both into the center of foam on either side of the “lavender” stem to create a graduated arrangement.
  6. Trim the stem of the baby’s breath to 12″ and insert it in front of the arrangement.
  7. Trim daisy stem to 9″ and insert in front of the arrangement.
  8. Trim the pansy stem to 7″ and insert it in front of the arrangement.
  9. Apply glue to foam and cover with Spanish Moss.
  10. Cut butterflies from vellum. Fold butterflies along the center of the body. Use glue to randomly attach butterflies to flowers and pots.

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