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Holiday Decorating with "The Snow Queen" Collection

It's fun and easy to craft and decorate for the holidays with "The Snow Queen" holographic butterfly stickers by Moth and Myth! These realistic luna moon moth, ghost cicada, and butterfly decals looks wonderful on the branches of a Christmas tree. Add a shimmery touch to candles and jars with this giftable seasonal set of holo butterfly stickers! DIY holiday inspiration gift ideas.

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Moth & Myth's Simple Guide to Outstanding Product Photography

It can be a challenge as a new or experienced artist to take photos of your own work. As a tool for our lovely network of creators, we wanted to share our simple guide for shooting outstanding product photos with your phone! These are tips we've learned over time, and we think you might be able to benefit from them as well. All you need is a phone with a camera, a background, and a little patience and creativity.  LightingPick a spot that has natural lighting but not direct sun light. Natural lighting helps the color look the most accurate. A shaded outdoor patio is a great place to set up for your photoshoot! Avoid: Fluorescent, over head, and direct sunlight. Any light that skews...

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Meet the Moth: Giant Owl Butterfly

Named for their cryptic underwing pattern, the Giant Owl Butterfly (Caligo memnon) is found throughout the Amazon rainforest all the way up to Mexico. These wing patterns include eyespots evocative of owl eyes, which are believed to be a form of mimicry to deter predators. Featured in our limited ’Witching Hour’ Collection, the giant owl butterfly is perfect for the spooky Halloween season. While many butterflies are day-flying, the owl butterfly prefers to fly at dusk. Their Latin name “caligo” means darkness. While all of our paper specimens are double-sided, the Giant Owl Butterfly is one of just a few that features a distinct reverse side, which is no less striking than the owl-like underwings. Front and back of the...

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