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Peacock Butterfly

From caterpillar to butterfly! Learn all about the metamorphosis of a butterfly.


Price:
     45$ + shipping 


You’ll receive everything in the picture:caterpillar, egg, cocoon and wings. 


My items are intended for decoration purposes. Not intended for children or infants to play with as some parts can be a choking hazard. 

***If you will be gifting to an infant or child let me know. I will use yarn for eyes instead of safety eyes; as they can be a choking hazard.***

This doll is handmade by me, Daisy Luckey, from a design and pattern by Lalylaland handmade. Lydia Tresselt / www.lalylala.com






Comments

  1. This is super cute! Thanks for linking over to the pattern, too.

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    1. Thank you! I always give credit to the designers. It’s so hard creating a pattern.

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  2. Oh, my gosh! How adorable. I wish I had the patience to knit or crochet. I tried learning how to knit and couldn't get the knack of it.

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  3. Oh my goodness those are so cute! Love that they are a soft and cuddly friend and a teaching tool at the same time!

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  4. That is just darling! As a crocheter myself I can tell how much time and attention it takes for such beautiful detail. That would make a very special gift!

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    1. I’ve made a ton of different bug lifecycles for my daughter. She loves being able to change them. We even made a butterfly dance since I’ve been teaching her ballet.

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  5. These little critters are so adorable! Such a fun idea 🖤

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  6. The Graceful SKinnyMay 21, 2019 at 7:19 PM

    How adorable!

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  7. What a darling idea! This is so precious and a beautiful way to teach this hands on without the ick. I'm not a big bug or nature mama, lol!

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    1. Me either! I hate bugs and butterflies are so delicate; wouldn’t want to hurt one.

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