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17 Flower Craft Ideas: How To Make Paper Flowers, Easy Fabric Flowers and More
These Outstanding Organza Flowers are simply lovely and you can use them in multiple ways. Once you learn how to make organza flowers, you can turn any item in your wardrobe from boring to beautiful. These flower crafts also open up tons DIY home decor possibilities. If you are looking for a decorative craft that will only take a few minutes to make, this is the craft for you. These stunning organza flowers will make any project special in a snap.
Learning how to make fabric flowers is a valuable crafting skill. Check out this video tutorial on DIY Fabric Flowers and find out how easy it can be to craft a faux bloom for your next craft project. There's more than one way to make a fabric flower, but all of the options are equally entertaining. Use the fabric flowers you've made to embellish paper crafts, clothing, accessories, and more. With so many fabrics available to you, you can craft a flower to go with anything in your wardrobe.
This Fancy Flower Pot Trim is a quick and easy way to dress up your planters. With a ribbon, some pom pom trim, and a six-step tutorial, you can turn a plain pot into a precious one. Flower pot decorating ideas don't get much simpler than this, and you don't even have to use the finished pot for flowers. It's a whimsical way to keep your crafting supplies close at hand, or you can fill it with a plant and give it as a gift.
Turn a simple piece of tissue paper into a beautiful paper flower with this collection on How to Make Paper Flowers 20 Tissue Paper Flowers. From lovely crepe paper flowers to amazing paper flower bouquets, this collection will completely transform the way you look at paper.
This flower craft is a real blast from the past. Create your own DIY fabric flowers using an old school technique when you follow this Retro Fabric and Wire Flowers tutorial. These flower crafts are perfect for decorating your home. Give the center of the flower a little bit more flair by adding some small beads. These blooms so fun to make that you might be inspired to craft a whole bouquet of them to keep in your bedroom.
Make yourself a Stamped Fabric Flower Garden that will keep you in a sunny mood all year. This easy fabric flower tutorial shows you how to make faux flowers that are totally cushy and adorable. Use a button for the center of each flower, and you'll ratchet up the cuteness of this pattern another notch. Best of all, unlike with real flowers, you aren't limited by conventional colors. If your fabric is so wild that it distracts from the button embellishment, add a small white floral punch to the center of the flower so that the button is more pronounced.
It's easy to add elegance to your crafting and sewing projects. Create a Dyed Ribbon Flower and add a whole new dimension to your next project. These DIY ribbon flowers will never wilt, so they make great gifts for friends and family members who might have trouble keeping real flowers alive. Dye these fabric flowers by hand using acrylic paint. It's so simple and quick that you might not be able to stop at just one. Luckily, they don't cost much to make, so go ahead and craft a dozen.
Do you have some old cupcake liners lying around the kitchen? Don't toss them! Turn them into these adorable Cupcake Wrapper Flowers. Great for turning into a wreath or a wall decoration, these cute paper flowers are great for kids and adults alike. Make flowers with all kinds of patterned cupcake liners for a neat and colorful arrangement that you're sure to love. You can even use the smaller cupcake liners to create tiny little budding flowers to help give your arrangement a realistic look.
This gorgeous bunch of blooms will never fade because it's made entirely of felt flowers. This Faux Flower Bouquet is a snap to make, and it doesn't need water and sunlight to look wonderful. Learn how to make felt flowers that will look elegant all year long. You'll have so much fun making these small felt flowers that you'll have enough for a bouquet in no time. If you arrange the blooms in a sphere, this craft will look fabulous from any angle.
Great for accessorizing on headbands, garlands, afghans, and more, this simple Butter Cookie Rose resembles those classic butter cookies that we all loved eating as kids. This crocheted flower pattern is simple and quick, making it great for beginners and advanced crocheters alike. Create a rose in all your favorite colors for a lovely bouquet that you can have on display all year long. Also great for using up yarn scraps, this crochet flower will not only help clear out your yarn stash, but will easily beautify your home.