I used floral wire and curled it...it felt very butterfly antennae to me. I love these pictures of my daughter so very very much!
The journaling says:
Emma's little fluttery friends were ready to be released. She was a little sad, but mostly excited. So we drove to a mountain trail to release them into a field of white flowers. We also brought a little bottle of sugar water to put on Emma's hands in hopes that just maybe one of the butterflies would visit for just a little longer. I helped Emma unzip the little butterfly tent and had her reach inside and sure enough one of them landed on her sugar coated hand and began to eat. This was the smaller of the bunch, the one who hatched first, the one who made a huge fuss during transformation. Emma named him Show Off. So Emma and Show Off spent several minutes together. He ate off her hand, and landed on her shirt, causing fits of giggles...and then after a few minutes fluttered away into the flowers. There was a moment when we could see all 5 butterflies drinking from the flowers at the same time. Emma said goodbye and teared up a bit. But she knew it was best this way. She was very happy she had that special moment with her favorite butterfly.