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Seussian Flower Bouquet

Seussian Flower Bouquet Make a whimsical bouquet worthy of a children's book when you follow this Seussian Flower Bouquet tutorial. This project is broken down into 12 separate flowers, so you can make one of each bloom or a whole bunch of your favorite design. Each of these Dr. Seuss craft ideas is an exercise in imagination, which means that no craft supply is off limits. Ribbons, sequins, beads, and other embellishments make this bouquet totally unforgettable. Best of all, it stays in bloom all year.

 

Tie Dye Roses

Tie Dye Roses These Tie Dye Roses are great for beginners as well as for people who are on a tight budget. Instead of spending money on roses that have been dyed fanciful colors, you can learn how to tie dye flowers at home. Put a few of these bright blooms into a vase to make a stunning centerpiece that will impress visitors. Unless they touch the petals, your family and friends won't believe that these roses are real.

 

Lucky Wish Paper Rosette

Lucky Wish Paper Rosette Make a wish on this Lucky Wish Paper Rosette! Great for St. Patrick's Day decorating, this precious paper flower tutorial is perfect for sitting on your desk or dresser and brightening your day. If you're feeling especially creative, you can create a whole garden of these paper flower patterns and instantly liven up any room in your home. Perfect for displaying on a mantel or in a bay side window, these cute flowers will have you ready for spring in no time!

 

Blooming Irish Flower Pin

Blooming Irish Flower Pin Get in the spirit of St. Patrick's Day with this Blooming Irish Flower Pin. Great for showing off your Irish pride, this ribbon flower is great for accessorizing your jacket, purse, hair, or scarf. Even if it isn't St. Patrick's Day, you can make all kinds of colored roses with this easy-to-follow tutorial. Great for turning into more than just pins, this adorable Irish rose a wonderful way to add a touch of green to your outfit.

 

Dyed Ribbon Flower

Dyed Ribbon Flower 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.

 

Faux Flower Bouquet

Faux Flower Bouquet 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.

 

Pink Flower for a Goddess

Pink Flower for a Goddess Learning how to make a flower is a lot more simple than you might expect. With a bit of silk fabric, you can create a beautiful Pink Flower for a Goddess. To make this flower truly yours, you may use any type of fabric or color you desire. These flowers also make lovely DIY wedding centerpieces to create while you are waiting for the big day. This Pink Flower for a Goddess will brighten up any room or celebration. Show the world you rules with this beautiful flower craft.

 

Quilt Scrap Flowers

Quilt Scrap Flowers Don't throw away those old tattered quilts. Instead, use them to create your own Quilt Scrap Flowers. Create one or design an entire bouquet and place them in a vase. Once you learn how to make fabric flowers, you'll never buy real blooms ever again. Scrap fabric crafts also help you save money on fabric and other supplies. The worn rustic look and vintage feel are a real throwback to the good old days.

 

Cupcake Wrapper Flowers

Cupcake Wrapper Flowers 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.

 

Sweet Scrapbook Flower Pots

Sweet Scrapbook Flower Pots Celebrate the beauty of the written word with these Sweet Scrapbook Flower Pots. Break out some spare scrapbook pages and use them to dress up plain terra-cotta pots. If you don't have any decorative paper on hand, dig through your recycling bin for inspiration. Newspaper clippings work well for this unique flower craft. The finished pots can be used for everything from office supplies to silverware. Set a few of these pots on the dining room table for a rustic yet trendy look.

 

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