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DIY Butterfly K-Cup Craft

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Don’t throw away your used K-cups!! You can re-purpose them into adorable crafts with your kids!! I know that I use a lot of K-cups as I love my coffee and my Keurig! Check out these DIY butterflies that are easy to make with a few supplies and would be a fantastic craft for you and your kids. Check out the details of this craft below and let me know if you make it.

Butterfly K-Cup Craft |

Butterfly K-Cup Craft

Materials – 
clean used k-cups
cupcake liners (I used some old Valentine ones I had in my baking cupboard) 
black Sharpie
Directions – 
#1. Spray your k-cups pink in a well ventilated area. I take mine out to our garage and I also like to paint multiples at a time. That way I have them on hand and ready to go when the kids want to craft. Let dry an hour and then check the color. Re-spray if needed and let dry again. 
#2. After the k-cups are dry, give it 2 googly eyes. I really like the self-stick eyes but a glue stick will definitely do the trick! 
#3. Draw a mouth using the black Sharpie. 
#4. Next, take 2 cupcake liners and fold them into quarters. Glue them each on the back of the k-cup giving the butterfly some wings. 
#5. Lastly, cut (2) 1″-2″ sections of the white pipe cleaners for the antenna’s. Gently poke into the top hole (bottom) of the k-cup and gently bend over.
DIY Butterfly K-Cup Craft |
Simply adorable and easy to make. This is a fantastic idea for a rainy day craft with your kids as it is simple and re-purposes items. What about a great teacher appreciation gift with a gift card and a cute poem? What ideas do you have for these Butterfly K-Cups?

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Dawn Gibson-Thigpen

Tuesday 31st of May 2016

This is so cute. when i saw the first pic it made me giggle. i love it.


Saturday 28th of May 2016

This is so cute! What a creative idea to reuse kcups!

Mistee Dawn

Saturday 28th of May 2016

Oh how cute! My daughter would love to make some of these. She loves butterflies.


Saturday 28th of May 2016

Very clever! This is a perfect craft project for me to do with my granddaughter. Thanks so much!!


Saturday 28th of May 2016

How adorable! We have so many empty Kcups hanging around here this would be such a great and fun way to recycle them.

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