Robert T. Rhode painted
this pair of moths with watercolor. Print them and use scissors to cut
them out. Glue or tape them to scrapbook pages, packages, or notebooks.
For a more natural look, cut the top wings off, slant them downward, and
glue or tape them as shown in the third painting (below). As Robert has
raised many broods of promethea moths for fun, he is well acquainted
with them; in fact, living moths posed for his paintings. He recommends
Bug Life Cycles for accurate
information about, and excellent photographs of, promethea moths.