DIY Flowers to Combat March (Snow) Showers

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This has been one of the longest winters ever! This season, we set new records for cold temperatures and snowfall across the country … and there’s really no end in sight. It’s time to start channeling spring and crossing our fingers for warmer weather. Since it’s too cold to get out and garden, why not create your own flower crafts? These handmade designs never wilt or die, making them a great alternative to the real thing! Say goodbye to winter blues and hello to summer sun with the free craft tutorials featured in FaveCrafts’ recent eBook, 17 Flower Craft Ideas: How to Make Paper Flowers, Easy Fabric Flowers and More!

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This eBook is filled with projects for every kind of crafter. If you love paper, fabric, or yarn, you’ll find a project that fits your style. Also, there are a ton of crafts for beginners and kids. Basically, this is a one-stop-shop for all things flower crafts.

 

Fabric Flowers

Got scraps? We’ll we’ve got projects just for you! Don’t throw away those oddly shaped leftovers from your last craft project. Instead, save them and use them to create the flowers in this free eBook. You can make embellishments, accessories and so much more with only a few inexpensive supplies. Try out a project and see how easy these crafts are; before you know it, you’ll be hooked on these fabric craft ideas!

flowers2 DIY Flowers to Combat March (Snow) ShowersStrip Fabric Flowers

Sheer Spring Flowers

Ribbon Flower Pins

Coffee Stained Roses

 

 

Paper Flowers

It’s time to change the way you think of paper crafts. Be honest – do you imagine preschool crafts with glue, scissors and a piece of bright-colored construction paper? Well, leave those ideas behind, because these paper flower crafts are anything but juvenile. You can use everything from crepe paper to recycled newspaper for these fabulous florals. As with the fabric crafts, dig into your scraps and discover how much you can make with a few odds and ends. Give someone you love a paper bouquet or add a flower to something you already own – you’ll love the look of these inexpensive DIY designs?

flowers7 DIY Flowers to Combat March (Snow) ShowersFaux Calla Lily

Funny Flowers

Crepe Paper Rose Bouquet

Blooming Scrapbook Flowers

 

 

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For all of these crafts and more, download a copy of 17 Flower Craft Ideas: How to Make Paper Flowers, Easy Fabric Flowers and More – it’s free!

 

 

 

 

 

What is one craft you plan to make this spring?

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Comments

  1. These flowers look professional and they’re so cute for spring. I’d love to see what kind of crafts similar to these could be used for weddings.

  2. What a great way to liven up what has been a dreary start to spring! And with the price of real flowers being so high, these ideas are even more valuable.

  3. Natalie Neiman says:

    Flowers are a great way to brighten up a room, but it is always a depressing sight when they begin to wilt. I’m going to make these paper flowers so I can have floral decorations that don’t end up in the trash can. Roses are my favorite, so I’ll have to try out the rose bouquet. Even though there’s little sign of spring outside, at least having these flowers will make me feel like spring is here!

  4. Always looking for projects.Enjoy working with children.Making homemade gifts that the family really love.Am on a very limited budget so anything I can win would be certainly appreciated and well used.

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