Butterflies on Display

Butterflies on Display

Author: Annabelle Curtis

Publisher: Tarquin Group

ISBN: 1899618279

Category: Butterflies

Page: 32

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Three centrepieces showing different habitats are cut from the book and are made first. They serve as backgrounds for a collection of lifesize paper butterflies to be displayed in an interesting and natural way. On the base of each of these scenic displays is a panel showing all the butterflies together with their names, thus making it easy to identify the paper butterflies on the model or real butterflies in your garden, in the countryside or at a butterfly farm. Complete with a minibook giving more information about butterflies, their lives and life cycles.
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