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Ribbon and Button Flowers

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Present moms and teachers with these adorable Ribbon and Button Flowers.  Turn them into a cute centerpiece for your dining room table or jazz up a potted plant by sticking these colorful ribbon and button flowers right into dirt.  Kids of all ages will love creating these flowers with you, so grab your button stash and some left over ribbon and get ready to create some lovely DIY flowers that are sure to add a touch of summer to your decor, both indoors and out!

Ribbon and Button Flowers

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Instructions:

  1. Use grosgrain ribbon loops to create petals and then hot glue gun buttons to the centers to add color and hold them together then hot glue the to the non pointed end of the skewer.  Flip them over and hot glue a button to the backside so that if they turn around in your garden they will still look cute.

    Ribbon and Button Flowers
     
  2. What a fabulous way to create color in fifteen minutes.  These flowers withstand the weather and last all season long.  Of course they are pretty indoors too.  You could even make a whole pot of just these and never have to water.

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Jun 1, 2013

they r truly very preety flowers hope u make more & more thing and plz send all those things to my email plz thnx !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

May 19, 2013

The ribbon and button flowers are really cute especially for a little girl's party. You can glue a barrette to the back and when the party is over the arrangement also serves as party favors. They can be wired to a stick and the stick can be wrapped in with floral tape to hide the wire.

 

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