Wonderful DIY Pretty Ribbon flower with pearls


This two tones Ribbon flower with pearls is so pretty ! You can make it as brooch,hairpin or other decoration, Wonderful !

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Wonderful DIY Pretty Ribbon Flower Hairband

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Make this pretty headbands for your little princess or as a gift , it’s easy and inexpensive . Here are the things you may need:

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Wonderful DIY Pretty Ribbon Flower Headband

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DIY ribbon flower headband, so pretty ! With this ribbon flower, you can use any other fashion accessories or decoration .
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Wonderful DIY Simple Ribbon Tulip Flower

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This is a ribbon tulip flower idea. It’s very simply and beautiful .
About tulip :
The tulip is a perennial, bulbous plant with showy flowers in the genus Tulipa, of which around 75 wild species are currently accepted[1] and which belongs to the family Liliaceae.[2] The genus’s native range extends west to the Iberian Peninsula, through North Africa to Greece, the Balkans, Turkey, throughout the Levant (Syria, Israel, Lebanon, Jordan) and Iran, North to Ukraine, southern Siberia and Mongolia, and east to the Northwest of China.[1] The tulip’s centre of diversity is in the Pamir, Hindu Kush, and Tien Shan mountains.[3] It is a typical element of steppe and winter-rain Mediterranean vegetation. A number of species and many hybrid cultivars are grown in gardens, as potted plants, or as cut flowers.




Floral Perfection: 12 Breathtaking DIY Fabric Flowers

Flowers have a special way of bringing joy into our life. Maybe it’s their colorfulness or the gentleness of their appearance, but something about them affects our mood and how we feel. Natural flowers tend to wilt quickly but fabric flowers can stay with us for as long as we like! If you are feeling the itch to make some breathtaking faux flowers, check out these 12 DIY fabric flowers that will leave your speechless with their beauty!

1. Sweater Flowers 


Before you run off at the mention of the word “fabric”, thinking you will need big amounts of fabric to make these florals, let us assure you that Whipper Berry has totally different plans! All you need is an old sweater and you’re ready to start making soft and cozy florals!

2. Fabric Peonies 


Peonies are one of the most beautiful flowers. Their gentle rosy color radiates a feeling of serenity and love. They are perfect for creating a romantic ambiance and if you make them yourself using fabric, you can keep them around for many special occasions to come! The DIY Mommy has a tutorial!

3. Colorful Fabric Florals 


If you love to be surrounded by colorful flowers it pays off to invest your time into making a collection of fabric florals that you can always keep at hand. They are perfect for decorating any room of the house and infuse it with colorful hues! Visit Martha Stewart to see how you can make them!

4. White Blooming Fabric Flower 


A simple blooming fabric flower can be such an important decoration piece, its white color representing purity and innocence, suitable for many special occasions! The best thing about this flower by Owl Really is that it will never wilt and always retain the blooming look!

5. Rosy Fabric Flowers 


These marvelous rosy fabric flowers by Go Make Me may be tiny but they look absolutely grand! The sparkly decoration makes them an incredible addition to many accessories, such as headbands or wristbands! They can surely become one of your most valued fashion pieces!

6. Button Fabric Flowers 


Utilizing buttons in DIY projects is an age-old practice and it has never failed us so far! You can build adorable and chic fabric flowers around tiny buttons that have a charm of their own! If you need the how-to, Crafting Chic is the place to go!

7. Fabric Flower Garland 


The easiest way to decorate with fabric flowers is to turn them into a neat garland! The one we found at Making Joy & Pretty Things is made from beautiful linen fabric in neutral colors that subtly beautifies the interior without being over the top!

8. Satin Ribbon Flower 


Choosing to make fabric flowers gives you the freedom to make them look however royal and lush you want, this glistening satin ribbon flower by The Ribbon Retreat being the ideal example of how a faux flower can feel as glamorous as a jewel.

9. Felt Flowers 


The soft touch of felt gives the petals a high tactile quality while the rose gold buttons in the middle represent elegance. Together they create a flower with a strong vintage look that is an amazing decor piece for any old-fashioned setting. Get the instructions at Mrs Priss!

10. Ruffled Fabric Flower 


Thriving Home has a tutorial for a lovely ruffled fabric flower that is best made with a vibrantly colored fabric that truly brings out its bright and joyful nature! This flower can stay in your life for years to come but it can also be a very thoughtful gift for a loved one!

11. Lace Flower 


If you have any lace on hand it’s almost a crime not to turn it into a floral! You will also need an elegant white button and the instructions from Adventures of a DIY Mom. The end result is a wonderful lace flower that carries so much elegance and charm!

12. Mesmerizing Yellow Flowers 


These yellow flowers have such a mesmerizing appeal, thanks to their bold yellow color and dynamic design! They are incredibly uplifting and cheerful, great pieces to keep around the house or use to decorate a special event! You’ll find the details at It’s the Little Things!



Beyond Spring: 15 Flower Arrangements That Will Inspire Your Own DIY Bouquets

Buying flowers for your family and friends is a great way to celebrate a special occasion, or even just to make them feel special on a normal day. Sometimes it’s just nice to have flowers around the house for yourself! However, unless you visit a boutique florist or pay additional prices, the arrangement of your flowers might not be as pretty or fancy as you had in mind. If you’re a DIY enthusiast, however, then that’s no problem at all!

Check out these 15 easy DIY flower arrangement inspirations that will have you reorganizing and rearranging your next bouquet for the better the second it’s in your hands!

1. DIY submerged flowers

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Sometimes buying yourself just a few little blossoms is a great way to brighten up your space and your day. If you like pretty, unconventional things, you need to see Momtastic‘s submerged flower idea! Choose glasses that are the right size for each flower you bought and follow the instructions to weight each one down with flat crafting marbles.

2. Pedestal and foam flower arrangements

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If you have a beautiful, wide stand that you want to turn into an arrangement but that doesn’t hold flowers in place well, all is not lost! Your local crafting store will have foam cubes design specifically for arranging flowers. Put on in the centre of the stand and poke the end of the flower stems into it. Arrange them all the way around until the foam no longer shows and voila!

3. Teapot flowers

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Rather than using a traditional vase to hold your flowers, why not make things look a little more vintage? Placing your blossoms in a teapot is one of the easiest ways to get that look! We love these little yellow flowers in a stark white teapot on Pinterest.

4. Glass bottles and scrapbooking paper

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Sometimes the vase is just as cute as the flowers, especially if you make it yourself! Find a clean, empty glass bottle that fits a few stems through the opening and neck. Before you put the flowers in, cut a strip of pretty patterned scrapbooking paper and tape it in place with washi tape. Tie it around the middle with a piece of jute string or twine for detail and pop your blossoms in the top. Check out how Decor 8 made these pretty little bottles!

5. Rainbow water and white flowers

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If you’re looking for a way to brighten up the room but your favourite flowers are simple white ones, you can still incorporate colour in how you display them! We absolutely adore the idea of adding a little bit of food colouring gel to water in a clear glass vase and popping simple white flowers in the top, just like Paper and Cakery did!

6. Foam ball flowers

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We didn’t realize until we saw this arrangement on Pinterest how pretty it can look to have no vase or container at all! Instead, try sticking the end of each stem into a foam sphere from the craft store so you create a small floral dome that’ll look perfect in the centre of your dinner table!

7. Citrus vase


This floral decor from Pinterest just screams “summer” to us! For a little extra scent on top of the flowers, fill a mason jar with halved lemons and limes and plant your flowers in the middle. Besides smelling great, the arrangement is totally gorgeous!

8. A standing bouquet

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If you’ve chosen flowers with very stiff stems then all you need is a ribbon and a wide glass to make this adorable standing arrangement. Tie the flowers near the very bottom of the blooms and spread the stems out so the bottoms are wide enough to support the flowers on all sides and keep them standing, just like this cute bouquet from Pinterest.

9. Cocktail flower

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We love the stylish appearance of this adorably simple arrangement on Style Me Pretty! Trim the stem close to the flower’s head so it’s short enough to fit in the shallow cup and let it stick out the top like a decorative cocktail drink.

10. Flower monograms

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This particular craft from Parcel Post is actually made with silk flowers, but we think it would be absolutely beautiful with real blooms for a special occasions! Find hollow chunky letters, use hot glue to fill them with green plant foam, and stick the flower stems in the foam so they fill up the letters completely.

11. Candy arrangement

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We love this idea from Pinterest for Easter or kids’ birthdays in the springtime! Find a clear vase, fill it with colourful jelly beans, and plant the stems of your flowers right in the centre.

12. Spray painted mason jar planters

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Whether you choose to include the little bunny rabbit silhouette or whether you prefer solid colours, this spray painted jar idea makes for a cheerful and stylish arrangement. Check out how it’s done on The CSI Project!

13. Teacup flowers

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You might think tulips and patterned teacups would make a very busy looking combination, but we’re in love with the look! Check out how Slim Paley added a vintage flair this way by placing purple tulips into teacups of contrasting colours!

14. Chalkboard message herb gardens


Painting a few simple planting pots with chalkboard paint is an easy way to customize your own display. Label them with the types of herbs planted, write inspirational quotes that you’d like to see all day, or give them to someone as a gift with a loving message message on them like these ones from Pinterest!

15. Upcycled graphic tin can planters

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This great tutorial by Home Talk shows you how to create adorable vintage looking planters simply by pasting images you like onto large tin cans. We love the homey effect such a simple arrangement gives the entire room, as thought you picked the flowers straight from the garden outside and grabbed the nearest tin to display their beauty!



15 Flower Crown Designs That Will Inspire You to Make Your Own

Whether you’re getting ready for a summer wedding, planning your looks for your next music festival in the sun, or you’re just really in love with the style, flower crowns are a gorgeous trend. Because they’re hot right now you can find them in most accessory stores, but you already know we’re big fans of making things ourselves! Your flower crown might be made of material and silk flowers or you might go all out and use fresh flowers and green leaves.

Check out these 15 inspiration shots of differently styled flower crowns to get your creative senses buzzing. Whether you’re gluing the blossoms to a hairband or wrapping fresh sprigs to a ribbon with crafting wire, your flower crown will look just as gorgeous as any of these!

1. Deep pink roses and berry pink lips

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One of the best ways to incorporate your flower crown into your look, particularly if your outfit is monochromatic, is to match the blossoms to your lipstick. A deep pink flower looks beautiful with a berry coloured pout!

2. Dusty orange blossoms

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Very lightly coloured flowers, like this soft, dusty orange are perfect for a whimsical summer look. Try weaving long hair up into the back of the hairband you’ve built your flower crown on for a bohemian princess effect.

3. Green ivy with white flowers

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If you’re looking for a slightly more unconventional flower crown, this one’s for you! Simple white blossoms make it look whimsical and feminine, but the larger incorporation of green ivy sets this style apart form other ones and makes it look more understated and natural.

4. Small flowers and a hair braid

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Speaking of understated but gorgeous looks, this style that incorporates tiny blossoms and baby’s breath makes a different kind of flower crown all together. Instead of gluing or wiring flowers to a hairband, use a braid as the “crown” and work the flowers and sprigs directly into the hair.

5. Loose baby’s breath

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Do you love the way that the baby’s breath in the previous picture looks so much that you wish for more? Instead of using it as solely an accent flower in your flower crown, try making it the centre of attention!

6. Thistles with white blossoms

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Here’s another one for your unconventional flower crown category! Making it with thistles gives a stronger, less whimsical look but adding a few white blossoms among the purple blooms keeps things soft enough for a wedding or special event.

7. Silk butterfly crown

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Okay, so technically this look isn’t a flower crown, but it reminded us so much of the same whimsical looks that flower crowns often achieve. Shake things up a bit by building a crown out of material or silk butterflies the way you’d normally use flowers.

8. Blossoms and lace

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If you’re looking for an even prettier look than a flower crown is already going to give you by default, try combining your flowers with lace! Let the lace run along your hairline or rest lightly against your forehead for a lovely, intricate look.

9. Matching the bouquet

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If you’re creating a flower crown specifically for a wedding, then one of the best ways of incorporating it into the look is to match it with the bouquet. The balance between the two bunches of flowers looks absolutely beautiful in pictures!

10. Flower crown tucked under

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Just because it’s called a flower “crown” doesn’t mean you have to wear it like a tiara! Try nestling your blossoms underneath your updo so the bun rests lightly on top of them instead. The look is unique but still classic enough for timeless pictures.

11. Blossoms with herbs

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Many flowers together can be a little overwhelming looking, especially if you have slight features. In order to get that same volume in your crown without letting it take over your look, consider weaving in some herb plants instead of big floral leaves.

12. Cascading flowers

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Why not consider some pretty asymmetry in your look? Letting a few flowers hang down on one sides looks beautiful, especially with some more voluminous gathered blossoms to balance the look out on the other side.

13. Pink cherry blossoms

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A simple ring of pink cherry blossoms is the perfect look for a summer music festival. It’s pretty, but it’s low maintenance and easy to make. It also won’t distract from the outfit you’ve put together!

14. Fluffy white flowers

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Sometimes big is the way to go! Large, fluffy flowers look beautiful with hair that has some volume but not enough to battle with the flowers for space. Choosing white ones looks very clean and well put together.

15. Asymmetrical berries and blooms

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If your motto is “go big or go home”, then you might be looking for a little something more than simple flowers. Adding berries to a huge blossom is a great way to mix colours and draw the eye to your face.



Gorgeous Crafts Made With Pressed Flowers

Few things look as delicate and gorgeous as pressed flowers. Even before you’ve transformed them into anything, their fragile appearance is simply beautiful. They’re also very versatile, since any type of flower can be pressed as long as you’re very careful.

Check out these 15 DIY projects involving pressed or dried flowers that make perfect wedding gifts and delightful home decor.

1. Mandala sun catchers

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Twig and Toadstool shows you hhow to carefully place pressed flowers in intricate patterns, held between two pieces of clear film by needlepoint hoops. Hang these in your window so you can appreciate their beauty every time they’re lit up by the sun.

2. Bamboo and pressed flowers bookmarks

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These bookmarks are so pretty we’d almost hesitate to use them! This kind of DIY project is the type of gift that people keep for years and hand down until it becomes a simple little heirloom. Bamboo Needle shows you how to affix your pressed flowers carefully but firmly to the surface of a cut of smooth bamboo.

3. Real floral crowns

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Did your daughter spend her childhood cutting and folding paper floral crowns, her teens weaving daisy chains to put in her hair at the cottage, and her 20s wearing fabric flower crowns to music festivals? Follow in Young Maker’s Club footsteps and make her a crown of real dried flowers for her wedding day. Because the flowers are dried, she’ll be able to keep it forever.

4. Pressed flower monograms

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People love monograms and gifts that are customized to them. These pressed flower monograms in frames are the kind of craft that will look absolutely gorgeous anywhere in your home. For each member of your family, try choosing a different type of flower! Get the tutorial from Kin Community.

5. Pressed flower phone case

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The Etsy Blog shows you how to make a breathtaking phone case from pressed flower petals and stems, and it’s certainly a prettier accessory than anything you’ll find in a store. Just be sure to seal the surface thoroughly so the edges of the flowers don’t come loose and peel.

6. Pressed flower luminarias

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Picture it: these gorgeous little luminarias lining the walkway from the ceremony to the beach reception at a gorgeous outdoor summer wedding. The best part? DIY decor like these usually helps you save at least a little bit of space in the wedding budget! See how they’re done on A Practical Wedding.

7. Pressed pansy coasters

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Martha Stewart recommends colourful little pansies to create these darling coasters for your home. Using pansies of different colours and sizes and arranging them in different designs  and patterns will make your DIY set particularly beautiful.

8. Pressed flower pendants

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Imagine how gorgeous one of these DIY pressed flower pendants would look resting right above the pearl or jewel encrusted bust of a wedding gown! Boho Weddings shows you how to press the flowers and place them behind a glass marble to create a pendant setting.

9. Pressed flower Easter eggs

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Are you looking for a more adult way to celebrate Easter and participate in annual traditions than drawing on eggs with crayons and dunking them in messy dyes? Try this gorgeous method of pasting pressed flowers to an egg’s surface instead. Get the details on Lauren Conrad.

10. Pressed flower candles

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Because wax becomes malleable when it heats up, the pressed flower candles are surprisingly easy to make! You’ll find a step by step guide to create your own on DIY Cozy Home

11. Paper and pressed flower bookmarks

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Choose a decorative craft paper, or even a paper that is simple but thick and good quality, to serve as your backing. Arrange and stick down your pressed flowers and laminate them. Punch a hole in the top for a ribbon and voila! Learn more on The Garden Glove.

12. Pressed flowers in glass

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arranging pressed flowers in a frame that features clear glass on both sides will look absolutely gorgeous no matter where in your home you display them in your home. Your friends will be shocked when you say you made such beautiful art yourself. Check out the details on Garden Therapy.

13. Rose petal tea tray

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Do you have a gorgeous vintage china tea set but nothing cute enough to serve it on? Pressed flowers are the perfect solution. xoJane teaches you how to make this delicte little tea tray that looks amazing even if you don’t spend a lot of money on the tray itself.

14. Pressed flower jewelry box

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Once again, this is the kind of project that, if made well, is pretty enough to be passed down in years to come. Free People shows you how to arrange the flowers in the little window just right.

15. Pressed flower greeting cards

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Martha Stewart reminds you that even the simplest pressed flower crafts look stunning. This is the kind of greeting card that people with save slipped in hard cover books rather than throwing away in a few weeks.

Have you made other breathtaking pressed flower art that we simply must see? Tell us how you did it or link us to pictures of your work!



Wonderful DIY Pumpkin Seed Flower Decoration

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These pumpkin seed flowers are cute and beautiful, they are nice home decoration . I have never know about making a flower using pumpkin seeds , this is a very creative idea, and it’s very simple .
For making pumpkin seed flowers, first cut discs of card sheet, then glue the pumpkin seeds in concentric circles with the help of a hot glue gun , don’t forget to leave a circle empty in the center for the seeds to come. Then spread some hot glue over the center and quickly put peppercorns in mixed colors over it and wait for it dried ( I would like to put a family picture in the center ) . You can make a loop of ribbon and hot glue it to the back of the flower for hanging. That’s all ! Be sure make as many as you like and hang them on your wreath or garland. Enjoy ~~
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You might also like these Gorgeous vintage dictionary pages paper flowers ! It is a simple and artful way to add a personal touch to a gift or home decorating  . And it’s a good idea to recycle your old books.

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DIY Pretty Satin Ribbon Roses – Free Tutorial

Artificial flowers and becoming more popular than ever before as the world looks for more eco-friendly and longer-lasting alternatives to the real thing. When it comes to roses, we think we’ve found one of the most incredible craft projects we have ever featured — it will show you how to make a whole bunch of these elegant and stunning roses using little more than a few satin ribbons!

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These are the kinds of little treasures you’ll find a thousand and one uses for day in and day out! We personally like to use them as decorative touches for bags, hats and on soft furnishings all over the home. What’s more, combine a couple of these roses with a hair clip or pin and you’ll have yourself a gorgeous accessory that’s not only wonderful to look at, but unique to you and you alone!

Really – these are the kinds of treasures money alone cannot buy!

Great as Gifts

Of course, we’re all about sharing the best things in life with as many people as we can – these satin ribbon roses making the perfect gifts for so many special occasions. As table decorations for a wedding or perhaps used to make any bridesmaid’s dress than little bit sweeter, you’re guaranteed to find a good home for as many of these as you care to make!

Here are the things you’ll need to get started

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That’s really all there is to it – check out the tutorials and images on this page for all the information you’ll need to start making marvelous and magical ribbon roses today!



Wonderful DIY Tissue Paper Flower Gift Top

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This tissue paper flower  is so pretty  .It’s similar to tissue paper pom poms, but much easier and quicker.Give your gifts that extra special touch with it.

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Wonderful DIY Ribbon Rose Hair Clip With Peal

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Make this pretty hair clip with ribbon and pearl for yourself and your little girl ! It’s also a great gift idea. Enjoy !

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Wonderful DIY Topiary Flower Flying Cup Decor

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This topiary flower flying cup decor are so unique and pretty! Whether you display living room or dining room, table or window , they grab attention and lend beauty to any room.




Wonderful DIY Beautiful Chiffon Ribbon Rosette

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Make your beautiful ribbon rosette in this season! Pretty ribbon flowers can be used to embellish all kinds of things such as tote bags, headbands, hair clips, shirts, brooches, scrapbooks and albums, gift toppers, etc. They can be made from assorted trims like chiffon,organza, velvet, satin, grosgrain, pleated…you name it, enjoy!
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Wonderful DIY Pretty Flower Hairpin

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These are so pretty flowers ! add them to your any fashion accessories, or just decoration ! Easy and fun to make, hope you have a happy try !



Wonderful DIY Twine Flower with Cardboard

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Twine is a wonderfully versatile craft material that you can use to hang mobiles, string ornaments, wrap vases and bottles, tie packages, make banners, and form pompoms – and these are just a few of its countless uses.
If you already own a Bow and flower maker tool, then you probably already tried making twine flowers. But in fact, for these little cuties, you don’t really need a special tool.
Making twine flowers is something you can do with older children, those who are already quite dexterous and able to sit down for long periods. If you think the process may be too tedious for the kiddos, set up the cardboard-and-pin guides beforehand and immediately engage them in looping the twine.
Use these twine flowers as gift or loot bag toppers, greeting card accents, scrapbook embellishments, and party decor. Make several to form wreaths, table arrangements, and wall art. The possibilities are endless!

Materials you will need :
Twine (jute or cotton)
Cardboard (you can also use old boxes, illustration board, Styrofoam, etc.)
Multicolor pins
Craft needle
String (you can also use ribbon, cord, a strip of fabric, etc.)



Wonderful DIY Spring Flower Cake Pops

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Wonderful cake ! I love flowers, I love this flower cake more ! I can’t wait to have one ! It also will be a great sweet gift for my mom, what do you think ?

What You’ll Need:
Your favorite cake recipe, baked in a 9×13 pan (will yield about 40 cake pops)
Frosting (canned, homemade buttercream, or homemade cream cheese)
Colored candy coating wafers
Premade, precolored fondant
White sprinkles
10 lollipop sticks
Cookie sheet lined with waxed paper
1- to 1-1/2 tablespoon cookie scoop
Food processor, stand mixer, or large bowl and spoon
Cake pop stand or plastic foam
2-inch flower cookie cutter
Hole punch
Hot glue gun
Hot glue sticks
Green ribbon
Decorative vase and gravel (optional)
recipe : Karyn Granrund



Wonderful DIY Lace Cuff Bracelet from Paper Roll

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I can’t believe this pretty Lace Cuff is made using a toilet paper roll as a base! This vintage style bracelet is so beautiful with all the elements such as lace, pearls, feather and ribbon flower. You can customize the ornaments to create your own style. It would be an eye-catching accessory on your wrist to highlight your fashion style.

Click HERE for instructions from “Bubblynaturecreations”



Wonderful DIY Lovely Hair Accessories from Bottle Caps

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How to make a cute bobby pins hats by reusing bottle caps? Just need a few minutes . Give a special touch to your elegant look by creating these tiny hair accessories. It is very simple and easy to do. Check out the directions and the video below.

You will need:
– bobby pins;
– bottle caps;
– cardboard (you can use cereal cardboard);
– krylon fusion in black or whatever color you like;
– tulle;
– plastic lids;
– feathers;
– spray paint;
– scissors;
– small ribbon flowers;
– hot glue gun.

1. First you take the cardboard and cut out circles from it. The circles should be about 1/4″ to 3/8″ larger than the circumference of the lid.
2. Now you have to glue the lids to the center of the cardboard circles.
3. Spray them in your desired color (the color used in the tutorial is black) and then leave them to dry.
3. Glue the ribbon around the bottle cap then take a small piece of tulle and glue it on.
4.Take a small flower and glue it over the tulle and glue the bobby pin under the cardboard.That’s all , enjoy !

Youtube: http://bit.ly/1rkYa9j



Wonderful DIY Crochet Ballet Slippers

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VIEW IN GALLERYballet-shoes-fThese crochet slipper patterns are fun to make and will keep your feet warm! In early summer or Autumn, sometimes it is a little bit cold at night here, so a pair of warm and comfortable slippers would come in handy. The slippers are decorated with ribbon flowers that make them have a beautiful look. Enjoy !

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Cute DIY Outfits for Ballet Class

Since we’re such DIY and crafting enthusiasts, however, you can bet that we take ballet class as an opportunity to get creative in other ways too, putting our fabric working and sewing skills to good use to make ourselves and our kids adorable outfits and accessories for ballet class whenever we can. Of course, we know you shouldn’t wear anything that hampers our movement or interferes with our dancing, but we don’t see any reason not to look cute while we move as well, even if we’re a little sweaty by the end!

Do you love the idea of making your own clothes for ballet class just as much as we did but you feel like you could use a little bit of inspiration and guidance while you go about it? Then check out these 15 awesome tutorials, designs, and ideas that will help you get started!

1. DIY chiffon wrap skirt


Have you long admired the silhouette created by the classic wrap style ballet skirt and wanted to wear one in your own classes as well, but you can’t help wishing you could get one in more interesting colours than the solid black or ballet pink ones you always see in stores and photos? Well, whenever we experience that in basically any context, we realize that our crafting skills are what will save the day! That’s why we were so happy to follow along with this DIY chiffon wrap skirt tutorial featured on Spoon Flower. Ours is purple with butterflies!

2. Sewing slipper elastics


Perhaps you’re not actually interested in making yourself extra accessories for dance class because you prefer that minimalistic sort of silhouette when you dance and you don’t want anything to hamper your movement, but you’re still looking for sewing tips for dance class because you’d like to learn how to sew the elastics on your ballet shoes properly by yourself? We learned that skill as teens and we also quickly learned, from experience, that there’s a very correct way to do it for maximum comfort. This awesome elastic sewing tutorial from Dave Tries Ballet lays it all our for you just right!

3. Elastic waist and ribbon tutu


Around this time of year, recital time is fast approaching and everyone in the dance class world is browsing costume ideas, choosing design details, and trying to finalize stage looks. We always find this really exciting for a number of reasons! We adore any type of costume design any time of year, but we also love that ballet recitals are such a great opportunity to practice making gorgeous costume pieces ourselves. That’s why we’re always on the lookout for different tut making tutorials! Last year we made our daughter a beautifully simple, romantic style tutu with an elastic waist that let her slip it on and off quickly to make changing between her multiple recital numbers as simple as possible. This tutorial from The Girl Inspired helped us a lot!

4. DIY pancake tutu


Are you absolutely interested in making a tutu for yourself or your child but you’re just not sure that the draping romantic style is the shape you really want to go for? We love all shapes of tutus, but there’s definitely a nostalgic beauty to the classic straight style that some people often refer to as a “pancake tutu”. These might look a little more intimidating to make than the kind where the tulle simple drapes in whatever shape it pleases, but this tutorial from The Sorry Girls will help you along the way while you make your stiff, cheerful looking tutu.

5. Doll’s ballet outfit


Are your kids actually still a little bit too young for formal ballet class but you know they’re ready and raring to go because they already love dancing so much? Then perhaps making their favourite doll an awesome ballet outfit that looks just like the one they’d love to wear on stage someday will help keep them motivated and loving dance until they’re finally old enough to enter classes themselves! Blue Whimsy shows you how to make it happen.

6. Tips for rhinestoning simple dance costumes


Do you already have a dance costume ready to go but you find that you keep looking at it and thinking that something is missing? Well, whenever we think that, we usually find that rhinestones save the day! Rhinestoning a costume might sound simple, but there are certainly a few tips and tricks that will make the whole process quicker, neater, and easier! That’s why we love this tutorial from BDancewear.

7. Ballet inspired dress


Are your littlest kids completely obsessed with the idea of dancing ballet so you’ve put them in classes, but they keep asking you to help them look like a ballerina every other day of the week as well? Then perhaps a few ballet inspired dresses will keep them happy and let them feel their ballerina fantasy as they go about their day! Sure, you could probably find tutu-like dresses in stores, but if you make it yourself you can have them them pick the colours and they’ll be ten times happier with the final dress. We’d suggest following this adorable, straight forward pattern featured on It’s Always Autumn.

8. Classic tulle knotting and ribbon tutu


Whether you’re making it for a ballet recital outfit, casual Fridays in ballet class, or simply as a ballet inspired Halloween costume or fancy dress party, learning how to create a simple, classic knot tying tutu is a great skill! It sounds quite easy to do, and it really is, but that doesn’t mean you won’t need a little bit of guidance as you make it. Check out the helpful tips in this cute tulle and ribbon tutorial from DIY Network.

9. Long romantic style tutus


We’ve already shown you a beautiful tutorial that involves making a romantic style tutu, but what if the image you had in your mind for your recital number was more of a voluminous gown than a classic tutu? Well, creating a tutu as a first step is a great way to get that volume, but that doesn’t mean you can’t also make an overskirt to get yourself that gown aesthetic you want so badly! Natalie Danza guides you through the process of making the stunning silk version you see above.

10. Little DIY wrap skirts for kids


Are you still thinking about how much you love the wrap skirt idea but you know your kids would love to wear one too? Well, if you’ve got experience sewing already then any tutorial will work for you and you can just adjust the measurements and steps to a smaller size, but we know that not everyone is prepared for that. That’s why we were so glad to find a tutorial that teaches you how to make a kids’ sized skirt specifically! Find out how it’s done in a surprisingly simple way on Elegantine.

11. Simple pinched practice leotard with sleeves


As much as we love making and designing our own tutus and costumes, we find that the thing we always need the most is regular practice leotards. We don’t like to repeat leotards without washing in between but washing and wearing takes a real toll on the fabric and wears bodysuits out easily. Constantly buying them, however, can get very expensive, which is why we learned how to make our own! Thanks to tutorials like this one from Hips and Kicks we now have a whole array of simple practice leotards in whatever colours we please, ready to grab before class no matter how much or little time we’ve had to do laundry that week.

12. Tie-dyed point shoes


If you’re going to create and design yourself a stunning recital or competition costume, are you intent on going all out and leaving no detail behind? Then we’d suggest thinking about how your dance shoes play into the overall look! Because pointe shoes are so expensive, we’re often inclined to leave them untouched and go with a simple, classic aesthetic in that regard, hoping their natural ballet pink will suit whatever outfit we choose just fine. Last year, however, we realized that our shoes were very worn and the year end recital would probably be their last hurrah, so we customized their colour with fabric die and incorporated them right into the look! Just in case you’re as intrigued by the idea of dying your pointe shoes (or other dance shoes) as we were, here’s an absolutely stunning looking tie dyed shoe tutorial from Little Mavericks.

13. Elastic waist lace skirt


Just because you’ll be performing in a full tulle and silk skirt on the night of the recital doesn’t mean you have to wear the full piece each and every time you practice the choreography or rehearse the number! Besides the fact that this might damage the skirt before show night, it’ll also make you hot. Of course, you should absolutely rehearse at least a few times with the full costume to make sure it works with all your movements but until that’s ready, try making yourself a pretty practice skirt that’s around the same lace but lighter to wear for long periods of time! We absolutely adore this simple DIY lace practice skirt outlined on Love Maegan.

14. Simple colourful circle skirt


Are you very into the idea of making yourself a cute practice skirt but you just haven’t seen a kind that quite strikes your whole fancy yet, even though we’ve shown you a few different kinds? Then here’s one more for your consideration! We absolutely adore this flouncy short circle skirt and how cute it looks twirling when we dance, which is why we’ve made about seven of them. We also like how easy they are to slip on and off! Find the full instructions for making one of your own on Ballet Scoop.

15. Knitted stirrup leg warmers


It’s been all well and good for us to show you all these different ways to combine your love of dance with your DIY fabric working skills, but what if you’re not really a sewing enthusiast but you’re still determined to make yourself something useful for dance class? Well, if you have any skills in the yarn works department, then leg warmers are an amazing and totally useful project! We have actually knit ourselves several different colours in these fantastically simple leg warmers with stirrup feet that let you still grip the floor as you dance while you’re wearing them. Find the pattern on Lion Brand Yarn!



Say it Out Loud: Adorable Homemade Birthday Banners

When it comes to decorating for a birthday, we love getting creative with it and using our DIY skills. There are just so many awesome things you can make to really brighten the place up and get everyone in the mood for celebrating! We really enjoy finding new and unique crafty pieces to make whenever we throw our kids, friends, or other loved ones a party, but there’s one more traditional thing that we always include, simply because we had one every year growing up and now it’s become an integral part of the birthday party experience. In short, we’re massive fans of bright, colorful birthday banners!

Sure, you can buy all kinds of cute birthday banners in stores, but we always find things more satisfying when we make them ourselves. That’s why we’ve been on the hunt for fun new banner styles all across the Internet lately! just in case you love birthday banners too and would like to try some new styles or designs, here are 15 of the best banner and bunting ideas we came across in our search!

1. Pastel polka dot banner


Are your kids’ favourite colours mostly soft, cute colours that all go very well together? Do you love dressing them up in bold, cheerful patterns to reflect their bubbly personalities? Then we just know you’re going to adore this pastel polka dots banner idea from Rain on A Tin Roof! We can’t get over how lovely the idea of coordinating both the party décor your child’s outfit to their favourite colours is.

2. Name and photo train banner


Perhaps you’re the kind of nostalgic parent who loves nothing more than going through photos of your kids, relishing every captured moment and sharing them with family and friends whenever you can? Then we’re pretty sure we’ve found just the birthday banner idea for you! Simply Real Moms suggests printing a photo from each month of the later year and making those into a banner that celebrates the way your child has grown. We think their train idea is totally adorable, but you could use this basic photo idea and display then in whatever design you please!

3. Mini standing pom pom banner


Perhaps you’re not actually hosting a whole, full-sized party but rather just a dinner for a few friends, so you’re not going all out with decorations but you still can’t resist the idea of a banner to make a friend feel appreciated? Then perhaps this smaller, cake topper sized banner would be the best idea for you! We love the way Mothers Niche made it from kebab sticks, string, crafting paper, and adorably colourful pom poms for flare.

4. Ribbon and felt letters milk jug banner


Did the idea of making a miniature birthday banner really appeal to you because you can perfectly picture your kids helping you make a smaller version a little bit easier, putting it where they think it’s best displayed, and proudly showing everyone at the party their work? Then here’s another idea that uses all kind of neat crafting supplies to keep them interested! A Bird and a Bean suggests using paper letters and a ribbon on kebab sticks or paper straws for the banner itself, propping it upwards in upcycled glass milk jars filled with crafting sand for stability.

5. Picture and party hats banner


Were you very pleased with the idea of using photos of your child as part of your birthday banner design but your favourite pictures are always the ones where they’re making the silliest faces? Then here’s an alternative idea that lets you highlight that a little bit more! We love the way In Colours cut out pictures of their baby’s expressions and put little birthday hats on each one, making a bunting that’s full of giggles and smiles.

6. Year 1 photo banner


Perhaps the birthday party you’re organizing is a really big deal because it’s a first birthday, so you’re trying to keep the décor specific to how particularly special the occasion is? Then here’s another photo-centric idea that’s perfect for nostalgic parents who can’t believe how fast the year flew by! Check out how Semi DIY made this “year 1” themed banner in just a few simple steps.

7. Glitter letters and scrapbook paper banner


Would you prefer to stick to simple letter and a bunting flag style banner because that’s the kind you always had as a kid and you just appreciate the basic aesthetic? Well, we can’t say we blame you because we love how customizable that base idea is, but just in case you’re still feeling in need of some guidance, here’s a clear, concise tutorial for making sparkly letters and patterned bunting flags on Simply Soiree.

8. Vintage inspired paper and metallic painted letters


We know that not everyone themes their parties specifically, but even if you’re not going with an overall theme, you can totally still have fun choosing a colour scheme and aesthetic for your party and décor! When we try to establish a particular atmosphere for any special occasion, we find a banner or bunting very helpful for driving it home. That’s why we loved this vintage inspired bunting flag idea from Pink Bows & Twinkle Toes so much! We can’t get over how well contrasted but also fitting them metallic painted letters are up against the old fashioned patterns of the bunting paper.

9. Snowflake banner for winter birthdays


All of these flowery, brightly coloured banner designs are all well and good, but what if the person you’re decorating for has a winter birthday and consequently adores snow and cold weather as a result? Well, we’re pretty sure if we had an extra reason to gather all out friends and celebrate together in the middle of winter, we’d be huge fans of the season too! We can’t get over how cute this snowflake birthday banner design from Titu 123 would look at a winter birthday party.

10. Pretty ribbon banner backdrop


Along with your birthday banner, were you actually hoping to cover the place with all kinds of cute banners, buntings, and hanging décor just to really spiff it up? Then here’s a great idea for not only making your walls look a little more cheerful, but also for giving guests a cute place to take whimsical party pictures against an adorable backdrop! Check out how Dear Lizzy used a simple length of string and some long strips of ribbon. You could also use cut strips of spare fabric in your favourite colours!

11. Sparkles and streamers banner


Perhaps you already bought a cute birthday banner with sparkly lettering because you’ve never been great at neatly drawing or stenciling words, but you can’t help but feel like it’s just missing a touch of flare for your tastes? In that case, we thin you’re the perfect person to be giving this cute streamers idea a try. Check out how From Bare to Bold embellished their sparkly banner in an awesomely crafty, very celebratory looking way that’s surprisingly easy.

12. Minnie Mouse banner with bows


Are your kids the kind of creative minds that love to let their imaginations run wild, particularly when it comes to characters and movies from Disney? Then we just know you’re going to love this simple cut and paste silhouette bunting design featured on Pinterest! They show you how to trace the shape of classic Disney mouse ears and add adorable little bows to turn the silhouettes into Minnie Mouse. Draw or paste a letter on each set of ears and voila; a happy, Disney inspired birthday bunting!

13. Lace doily letter background banner


We’ve talked a lot about colour, pattern, and sparkly, but what if your favourite thing to make décor pieces with, no matter how permanent or temporary they are, is actually texture? Well, whether it’s physical texture that you can feel or visual texture that just keeps the eye interested, we’re totally with you on that concept. That’s why we loved this paper lace doily banner idea from Let’s Make It Lovely so much! Check out how they placed a paper doily behind each letter to make sure it really pops out in a readable way, rather than getting lost in the pattern of the bunting flags.

14. Mini boxed birthday banner


Perhaps you’re not actually hosting a party at all but you still want to make a friend feel very appreciated and loved on their birthday, so you’re looking for a greeting with an extra bit of flare to include with the gift you got them? In that case, we have a feeling we’ve found the perfect bunting tutorial for you. Instead of walking into your home and finding their birthday greeting across the wall, they can open a little box and find their very own miniature bunting right there in their hand! Check out how easily this cute greeting can be made on Shelley Makes.

15. Burlap and clothespin banner


Have you actually carefully built up a more rustic chic aesthetic in your home because you and your family live a quiet country life and you always love the idea of extending that scheme into the party décor whenever you spiff the place up for special occasions? Then here’s a design and tutorial that’s absolutely perfect for you! We love the way See Vanessa Craft pasted a layer of cut burlap on each bunting flag underneath the letters, really making them pop but also reinforcing your rustic chic sense of style.