Wednesday, March 30, 2016

ETI Blog Hop With Ann Butler Designs: Butterfly Party Favors Tutorial

Hi everyone! Springtime is finally here, and I am so happy to share a fun Butterfly Party Favor tutorial with you today for the ETI/Ann Butler Designs Blog Hop!

Supplies I used:
Butterfly candy mold
Glitter
Mixing cups
Stir stick

How I made it:
1. Pour equal parts into mixing cups and mix as per manufacturers directions.

2. Add some Sunshine Iridescent Powder and glitter, and mix until combined 

3. Spray release agent into butterfly candy mold. Pour acrylic into butterfly candy mold and allow 24 hours to set completely. Remove pieces from candy mold and connect to form the butterfly.

4. If there are any edges from over pouring, simply sand those off.

I love how this project turned out! These little butterflies will be cute party favors for any Springtime gathering :) I hope this gives you some ideas on how to use the Ann Butler Iridescent Powder Kit and ETI Envirotex Lite for your springtime projects.

Let's be friends!

Please check out all of the wonderful projects that are a part of the Ann Butler Designs – ETI Blog Hop:

Ann Butler

Beth Watson

Einat Kessler

Irit Shalom

Larissa Pittman

Madeline Arendt

Paula DeReamer

Steph Ackerman

Tammy Santana - YOU ARE HERE :)

Vishu Reberholt

15 comments:

Steph Ackerman said...

These are lovely Tammy.

Ann Butler said...

These are fun butterflies Tammy, thanks for being part of the hop!

Muffins and Lace said...

Beautiful. I love it.

Donna said...

Such a cute idea!

Salnclts said...

Beautiful butterflies!

Einat Kessler said...

Beautiful project, perfect for spring!

Unknown said...

Thanks Steph!

Unknown said...

Thanks so much Ann!

Unknown said...

Thanks Donna! :)

Unknown said...

Thanks so much Amanda!

Unknown said...

Thank you Einat :)

Unknown said...

Thank you Larissa :)

Vishu said...

These are so cute. Love it.

Unknown said...

Thanks Vishu!

mackyton said...

This butterfly candy is looking delicious and glad that you shared it here. I will try making it for birthday party of my son. Currently searching for best Chicago venues within our budget. He is very excited for hos special day.