Shop unique butterfly gifts that are custom crafted just for you - from engraved cases for business cards to party flasks and attractive jewelry. Personalize a colorful butterfly gift for a woman - perfect for her birthday or a special occasion. Made in the USA.
If you're looking for the perfect butterfly gift for her - whether it's your friend, girlfriend, daughter or wife - you've come to the right place. She'll be mesmerized by the elegance of these colorful butterfly gifts - designed by artist Kyle McKeown Mansfield. Kyle's intricate etched metal butterfly design sits atop stunning iridescent colors that shimmer as you rotate them in your hand. Each item is expertly handcrafted in Kyle's California studio, which means you can count on your personalized butterfly gift to be just right. She'll be delighted every time she reaches for her engraved pink pill box, flips on her purple stained glass butterfly night light, or dashes out the door with her feminine metal cigarette case.
Looking for a stylish gift for him? You won't be disappointed by Kyle's butterfly gifts for men which come in masculine or feminine colors - whatever he likes! Find a black engraved butterfly money clip, blue and silver metal wallet or gold pill case for his pocket or backpack. He'll love knowing that you selected his favorite colors to create a special gift for his birthday.
The Inspiration Behind Kyle's Butterfly Design
Imagine delicate butterflies dancing over sprays of colorful flowers or fluttering through a deep blue sky. Create cool butterfly gifts in the colors you love - iridescent blue, intense yellow, brilliant orange and more.
"My family spent summers in the forests of Humboldt County in northern California during the 1960s. My dad was building a very unusual 12-sided cabin and my sister and I would play outdoors from sunrise to sunset. There were gorgeous butterflies that would dance above our heads as we chased them - giant yellow Swallowtails, bright orange Monarchs, and many others - that were so much more common then. Their bright colors would stand out dramatically against the dark forest trees or dry open areas of brush. My mother saved my very first drawing - a Monarch butterfly I drew with crayons when I was 3-1/2. I'm not surprised that it would be a butterfly because they were so striking." -- Kyle