First children bend in half a piece of a creative wire. Then they catch by a bent end of a wire a centre of a piece of blotting paper in varying colours. Blotting paper should be squeezed in the middle – two wings are formed. Next a creative wire should be twisted (it should fix blotting paper) in order to form a head of our insect. The remaining two pieces of a wire are tentacles. The last task is to cut out and glue on the wings two triangles of coloured paper. A name of this butterfly species is derived from specific signs on their wings.