Monday Makes – flower-themed crafts

261fa3894c00edce7e71a4a90f54f203If you’ve seen The Devil Wears Prada, you’ll know how unoriginal florals in spring are, but you can’t deny, it’s the best time of the year for all things flowery! With all the daffodils poking their heads out and the blossom breaking through on the trees, it’s hard to avoid flowers in this season, so this Monday Makes is full of floral craft inspiration!

Felt rose mobile – this craft can easily be turned into a garland for a spring party or baby shower.

Cupcake wrapper peonies – it’s hard to believe that these beautiful flowers are made from cupcake cases, they’re that cute! They’ll also last a lot longer.

Felt flower wreath – wreaths aren’t just for Christmas and this gorgeous pastel one proves it!

Crochet flowers – these little flowers are ideal for beginners and would be perfect as part of a larger piece of used as a coaster.

Rolled paper rose card – this card would be wonderful for a birthday message!

Flower arranging and recycling tip – this blog post has an amazing tip on how you can reuse netted plastic bags for flower arranging.

Cotton flower embroidery – in this post, you’ll learn how to embroider delicate cotton flowers. There are also links to other flowers from the series, so you can embroider a whole garden!

Silk flower hanging balls – these hanging flower balls will last you for years to come and would look great hung outside for a BBQ.

Pressed flower suncatcher – this would be a great craft to do with kids and results in a beautiful decoration for your windows!

50 easy fabric flowers – if it’s fabric flowers you’re looking for, this post has you covered. You can use these to embellish clothes and accessories, make jewellery, and so much more!

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