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Flower Craft Ideas

| February 3, 2014 | 8 Comments

I don’t know about you, but I do love some flower crafts ideas to cheer me up. Flowers are so pretty at ANY time of year – colourful and just lovely. I often feel “guilty” though about having cut flowers (occassionally, I guess that is fine), so I like to surround myself with flower crafts instead! Once again, I have gotten together with some lovely crafty bloggers, to discuss and share some flower craft ideas with you. As always they are fun and varied and I have added links below the video with more information! Enjoy!! And bring some COLOUR back into your world!

Flower Crafts Ideas

Many of these flower crafts would be suitable for Mother’s Day, for a Summer Party or even as a gift to a friend on Valentine’s Day. Other’s may suit some Wedding Planning or are “just because” crafts!

Flower Craft Ideas Video:

Flower Craft Ideas Links:

1) Tissue Paper Flower Lollipops (20sec into the video)

2) Tissue Paper Flower Fairy Lights (1min into the video)

Flower Hair Clip craft

3) Felt flower hairclips (1min 30sec – please watch the video, not yet on the website)

4) Fabric flowers (2min 5sec )

Me and My Shadow

5) Egg Carton Daffodils (3min 30sec)

6) Fabric/ Organza Flowers (4min 35 sec)

7a) YoYo Flowers made from a circle (5min 20 sec watch the video)

Zing Zing Tree

7b) YoYo Flowers made from a rectangle strip attached to gloves (6min 10sec)

8 ) Felted Flowers (linked to felt heart craft, but same principle) and ideas to how to use them (7min watch the video v easy to do)

9) Felt ring (8min 10 sec – video only!)

10) Felt Flower Gift tags (8min 20sec)

Domestic Goddesque

11) Crocus Flower Card (9min 15sec)

12) Kitchen Towel Flowers (9min 30sec more info to follow!)

13) Hama Bead Flowers (9min 45sec watch the video!)

Flower Craft Extras:


14) Flower Collage from recycled bits and pieces

Mother's Day Cards

15) Easy Ploymer Clay Flower Cards that young kids can make

16) Fingerprint Sunflower Cards

17) Easter bonnets decorated with Tissue Paper flowers

18) Bottle Top Flowers

Crepe Paper Pomander

19) Zing Zing Tree also has these AMAZING Crepe Paper Pomander. And she promises a tutorial VERY SOON. In the excitement of the video, she forgot to show it!

Crocheted Rosette Headband Flower

20) Crochet Flower

Flower Craft Ideas

21) Cupcake Case Flower Garland from the lovely Craft Train

Flower Craft Party Ideas

22) Check out The Imagination Trees WONDERFUL Flower Party (the image shows flower cupcakes!! Yum!!)


23) Recycled cardboard box flowers, also from The Imagination Tree.

vintage flowers 040

24) Paper Roses from Poppy Chic


25)Oh and a cheeky extra.. edible Flower Cookie Pops (a no egg recipe)!

I hope this is a good selection of flower crafts for you – using a variety of materials from fabric, to paper to recycled!

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  1. Pinkoddy says:

    What fantastic ideas, thank you so much for sharing them all. I never thought about hairpins – and could make jewellery too.

  2. So many ideas! Thank you for including our garland :-)

  3. These ideas are so nice! We also just did some super easy to do flowers from egg carton – http://www.outnumbered.be/craft-creativity/crafts-egg-carton-flowers/?

  4. dkny says:

    You make such pretty and creative flower crafts. Would you have any ideas on how I could make a tulle flower on a stem that I could put some cloves or potpourri between the layers of tulle? It would be like a sweet smelling rose you could put a bunch of in a vase in your bathroom. I saw it once but I cannot figure out how to make them. I would love your input or anyone else’s.

  5. This is such a nice round up! We did our own paper flowers too and my girl demanded that we use them for a fairy crown. When we get to do it, are you interested to see it? :-)

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