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Crafts with flowers

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Pressed flower craft: these pressed flower lanterns are SO PRETTY and so much fun to make! An easy summer craft for kids and adults, using mod podge and dried flowers. Perfect for summer weddings, summer parties, or cottage decor.

Very cute and very simple butterfly from a small piece of fabric and wire #fabricbutterfly #minibutterfly #fromfabricpiece #easydiy #recycling #diy #craft #handmade #craftmania #craftsfromwaste

Wood flowers are so easy, anyone can craft! We offer support through blogs, tutorials, and community support!

Wood flowers are so easy, anyone can craft! We offer support through blogs, tutorials, and community support!

If you have a glass mug, you must see this stunning gift idea! Are you looking for a fairly easy handmade gift for that special lady in your life? She may be a friend, your mother, your fiancé, your wife or your sister. In this tutorial I will show you..

If you have a glass mug, you must see this stunning gift idea! Are you looking for a fairly easy handmade gift for that special lady in your life? She may be a friend, your mother, your fiancé, your wife or your sister. In this tutorial I will show you..

How to make beautiful & creative candles, like a pro.

7 ingredients

Ingredients
  • 1 Orange
  • 1 Apple
  • 1 Lime
  • Dried flowers, as needed
  • Candle wax, as needed
  • Blue crayon, as needed
  • Fragrance oil, as needed
Did you know that you can dye fabric by pounding flowers? This unique craft project makes a perfect Mother's Day gift - and the kids will love creating it!

Did you know that you can dye fabric by pounding flowers? This unique craft project makes a perfect Mother's Day gift - and the kids will love creating it!

How to Press Flowers in a Book: -- In a book, between sheets of parchment paper or paper towel, lay flowers at the peak of their freshness. The flowers should be as dry as possible! -- Close the book firmly. -- Pile heavy books on top. -- Leave for 7 days- 1 month You can use these flowers in collages and potpourri baskets. If the flowers are edible, you can use them to decorate cookies or cakes!