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by Anthony Gomez

3 years ago

Butterflies Are Free Giveaways

Butterfly Swirls Natural TOTE Giveaway- Enter through April 27th 2018 ⌛️


Butterflies are Free Giveaway Contest 3: Butterfly Swirls Tote Bag

3 years ago

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By Anthony Gomez

Butterfly Swirls Natural TOTE Giveaway- Enter through April 27th 2018 ⌛️

by Anthony Gomez

3 years ago

Welcome to this weeks Butterflies are Free Giveaway contest, where you can enter to win fabulous butterfly prizes from our shop including raising supplies, caterpillar cages, and butterfly-themed apparel...

This week's contest prize will be :

A multifunctional tote for you or a mother's day gift!🌿🐛

This high quality tote has our colorful butterfly swirls logo securely attached by heat transfer 🔥

Get more info about the totes here:

Butterfly Swirls Natural Tote Bag

I will be giving away 5 totes, which means you'll have a good shot of landing this butterfly prize, plus see how you can get multiple entries to increase your odds of winning!

Submit entries until Friday, April 27th 🌷 at 1159pm CDT. Here's how to enter:

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Love the large floral tubes

I have been using floral tubes for the past 2 years and have found them to be very handy for keeping milkweed fresh and keeping the caterpillars up off the floor of the cage. Also like the snug tube cap which has eliminated any unfortunate "drownings".

Floral tubes

2020/21 was my first season raising Monarch Butterflies and Milkweed. It was such an amazing experience especially raising them from egg to butterfly. I grew them in big glass pickle jars, putting new milkweed in the jars everyday when they were caterpillars because the milkweed would get eaten or wilt very fast. I put netting over the top of the jars with a rubber band to hold it on. Next year I wanted to go to a bigger Monarch breeding space and the tubes will be perfect to hold the milkweed and keep it alive. I'm looking forward to using the tubes. Wish me luck!

I just recently purchased these and have not had the opportunity to use them. However, I am really looking forward to spring so I can use them!!

Too large

Too large to get through the door to outside

Mesh cage

I'm really looking forward to trying this next season.