Materials Needed for Egg and 3-D Butterflies:
Fabric (I chose two coordinating fabrics and a white background fabric. Feel free to use more *exciting* scraps)
Butterfly image (either drawn or snagged off of google, like mine)
Heat-n-Bond or Wonder Under
Embroidery floss, needle, scissors
Iron your head-n-bond to your egg fabric. After it cools a bit, cut out your egg shape.
Next, iron your heat-n-bond to one coordinating fabric; when it cools, peel off the paper, and iron the heat-n-bond side to another coordinating fabric. Just follow the instructions on the package, it should be simple.
On your now two-sided fabric, pin an image of your butterfly. Cut around the image. When the butterflu is all cut out, fold it in half and crease it really good!
Iron your egg to your background fabric. Place the fabric in the embroidery hoop; I wanted my egg to be off-center by quite a bit. Then put the butterflies where you want them to go, and pin them in place. I have three butterflies here. All good things come in threes. Except I don't think I ever want to have three babies at one time.
Using your embroidery floss, sew the butterflies to your background fabric.
Trim the fabric that is hanging out of the hoop. And you are done.
Although, now I really want one in blue and green.