Craft Camp Day One | Butterfly Wall Art.


I love brainstorming ideas for craft camp projects. I have a handful of girls who have participated every year (my Abby included) so it's important to not repeat crafts. One thing we've never done is wall art.


For this project I printed a butterfly silhouette in grayscale on cardstock for each girl + supplied buttons in various color schemes. The girls chose the colors according to what would look best in their rooms and got busy gluing away. Once their art was completed they mounted it to a clipboard that could be hung on the wall.




I serve a snack to the campers everyday. This day I couldn't think of anything more fitting than a few homemade shortbread button cookies.

Other details from camp: 


A Craft Camp sign made from backyard twigs, cardstock scraps and a feather garland.


Hand stitched name tags.  I stitched each of the girls names to cream colored wool felt using embroidery floss. When they arrived on day one they glued their names to a thin piece of wood, embellished it with twigs and added a pin back. It was a simple way to help them learn one another's names. 

18 comments:

  1. Hanging the butterfly art from a clipboard is a great idea! And how cute is that banner and the name tags?! You've really executed the camp theme nicely.

    Also, I spy some little bamboo bowls from Garnish! :)

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  2. So cute! I wish my Emma was there.

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  3. So sweet to see the girls wearing their friendship bracelets! We made friendship bracelets on Thursday for Craft Camp!

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  4. Wicked skills! You got it going on, girl! Great job on the Craft Camp!!!

    Love, Bree

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  5. The craft camps are so fun! MY daughter love them when she was kid!

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  6. i love craft camp!
    over the top this year.
    over the top.
    love, lindsay

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  7. This is such a lovely idea - man, I want to go to craft camp!

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  8. Adorable...every last detail.

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  9. All of those special details...sigh! YOU choose great projects and the girl in me is just eating this up.

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  10. I'm really loving all of the tiny details I'm seeing. Pencils in happy tins, buttons in wooden boats...your craft camp looks magical.

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  11. those cookies are seriously impressive! Yum.

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  12. i love reading your craft camp blog posts.

    wish i could come to craft camp, or my daughter at least. she would love it! might have to borrow the butterfly idea. think it is so sweet.

    off to search for a butterfly template now ....

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  13. Wowzers! Loving all the details Danyelle! Am itching to make some button butterflies now! H xo

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  14. cute cute I loved all those ideas. I would really like to source out where those woodgrain bowls came from, can you share?

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  15. It is so nice to see these creative young people having so many ideas. The one with the pink and orange buttons in the shape of a butterfly is beautiful.
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  16. I love the butterfly craft!!! Do you have any others you could show on the website?






























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