I am so happy to be part of the Fourteen Days of Crafting!
I made these cute and easy flowers using crepe paper from the dollar store and hot glue, super easy!
Take your crepe paper and start to wrap it around to form your flower. Add a dab of hot glue at the bottom every couple of inches to hold the flower in place.
Begin pulling the top back a little to open the flower up. Keep going until you are happy with the size of the flower. Now you can fluff the flower out completely.
I decided to run some fishing wire through the flowers along with some fake rose petals to make a garland.
Don’t forget to check out the rest of the great ideas being shared throughout this week by these amazing and fabulous ladies.
Mom4Real, Yesterday on Tuesday, Craftberry Bush, The Polka Dot Closet, Rook No.17, 504 Main, JoJo and Eloise, A Spoonful of Sugar, and Live Laugh Rowe.
Thank you so much for stopping by today!
I am so happy it is Friday! Time to relax and hang out with family and friends, YAY! I made some paper flowers during the week using some napkins, so simple, perfect for adding a splash of color for Valentines Day.
Buy some colorful napkins in differen’t sizes, I found mine at the dollar store.
Scallop the edges with some scissors. Unfold and stack the napkins on top of each other, the smallest napkins goes last. (I used 4 napkins but you could use more or less depending upon how big or small you want your flowers to be)
Begin flipping and folding, like an accordion.
Pinch the center and Tie a ribbon in the middle to keep it together.
Begin “fulffing” the flower by peeling each layer up, carefull you don’t rip the paper.
Voila, beautiful paper flower!
I placed one on each end of my Valentine Banner.
~Have a wonderful weekend~
Angelina from JoJo and Eloise has put together 14 Days of Crafting to celebrate Valentine’s Day and I would say the first day was a huge success!
Craftberry Bush made these lovely flowers using crepe paper and water colors, simply gorgeous.
504 Main shares her tutorial on how to make this banner using fabric, buttons and ribbon.
I’m loving these mason jars filled with lots of love and candy from Mom 4 Real.
A Spoonful of Sugar shows us how to make these beautiful heart houses.
Rook #17 is giving out her fabulous recipe for these yummy chocolate dipped marshmallow arrows.
JoJo and Eloise shows us how to make this adorable applique heart skirt.
Live Laugh Rowe shares her Washi covered matchboxes…pssst….she is giving some of the tape away!
The Polka Dot Closet made some shabby fabric hearts.
Don’t forget to stop in here for a chance to win this adorable apron!
I will be sharing my Valentines project on February 6th.
~Have a wonderful day~