DIY Butterfly Art for a “Flower Garden” Girls Room

Tamara from Provident Home Design has decorated her daughter’s room with all things whimsical and girly. In fact, Tamara says she feels like she is “lying in a lovely, little flower garden” whenever she snuggles with her daughter at night. The newest addition to this girly oasis is a butterfly canvas that Tamara made for less than $5 in about two hours. While this is darling for a little girl’s room, it’s also a great way to add a touch of spring to your home décor.

butterfly art

Tamara was inspired by the Butterfly Flower Plaques from Pottery Barn Kids.

butterfly flower plaques

Find the full tutorial at Provident Home Design.

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  1. Thanks for the feature, Beckie! This was one of my favorite DIYs to do yet!:-)

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