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 .
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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.




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!
What you may need:
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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.

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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 !

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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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Touch of Oriental Inspiration: 15 DIY Paper Lanterns that Delight!

When you think of paper lanterns, does your mind automatically go to the simple but occasionally bland paper bag kind that some people use to light their walkways in the summer, or perhaps to the more complicated kind that float in the festival of lights in Japan? Well, one of those is very easy and one of those doesn’t necessarily make the best homemade craft on a casual afternoon, but that doesn’t have to mean that making stunning paper lanterns is out of the question!

Check out these 15 awesome DIY paper lantern ideas that are fun, fabulous, and make perfect homemade decor.

1. Scaled paper lantern


This super fun and extra bright paper lantern might not actually be themed after and type of animal or creature that actually has scales, but the way these little paper circles are layered all across the surface of a paper lantern from your local dollar, decor, or crafting store mimics the way the scales of a fish or reptile do. Find out how to create the effect in detail using tissue paper on Serendipity Creative.

2. Glitter paper lantern

VIEW IN GALLERYIn our house, the crafting policy has always been that the more glitter there is involved in a project, the better! Imagine how excited we were, then, when we stumbled across this stunning glitter paper lantern design from Two Delighted! The way the light glows through and bounces off of the minute glitter pieces is certainly worth the sparkly mess that will undoubtedly result from you making it.

3. Flower and pom pom lantern


Do you love the idea of building on top of a plain store bought paper lantern but you’d prefer not to use glitter and the scaled look isn’t really the one for you? Then try on of these adorable, delicate ideas from Craftynest instead! Use silk flowers glued all across the surface of the lantern for an eye catching look or a simple length of pom pom trim wound all the way around the lantern from top to bottom for a subtler look. Try it in the minimalist white design you see here or do it in bright colours!

4. Newspaper tube lantern


Have structured and geometric decor pieces with a lot of shape always been your ideal aesthetic? Then this rolled tube lantern idea is the one for you! Whether you built it right onto a paper lantern like the ideas above or build it independently and slide the whole thing over a standing lamp, the way the light shines between the tubes, as you’ll see on Marietta, is certainly worth the time it takes to make.

5. Frilly coffee filter lantern


Is your favourite kind of DIY project the type where you get to use unconventional materials to create something new, exciting, and surprisingly aesthetically pleasing? Then we have a feeling we’ve found the paper lantern for you! Ezy Shine guides you through the process of creating a gorgeously ruffled hanging pendant that adds some whimsy to the room. We love that the fibers of the filters are light enough, even in all those layers, to let lots of light shine through.

6. Fish scale pendant lantern


Were you intrigued by the first scale design that we included on our list but you actually liked the “scale” effect so much that you want it to look like real scales? Then you simply must check out this fish scale design from Design Sponge! They’ve hand painted their “scale” pieces to look like the scales of a deep sea fish, but you could do yours green like a reptile or a dragon too.

7. Chinese New Year lanterns


When we said “paper lanterns”, did your mind automatically go to the floating lanterns in the light festival like we talked about at the very beginning of our post? Well, even if yours won’t float, nothing says you can’t create paper lanterns that celebrate a different kind of light festival, but with a similar message and aesthetic. Try making Chinese New Year style paper lanterns instead! Craft Craft teaches you how to use strips of coloured paper to make lanterns that hang or taper in different places for all kinds of fun shapes. Make a range of them and see how fun they look hanging up!

8. Embellished paper lantern


Perhaps when you pictured your paper lantern, the image in your head was more delicate and unique than some of the bright, fun things you’ve seen on our list so far? Then check out the way Glue Arts created layered paper flowers from old book, magazine, and newspaper pages! Making your flowers from paper keeps the lantern’s aesthetic consistent, while the words begin to look like prettily patterned detail.

9. Wax paper capiz shell chandelier


Do you love the idea of making yourself a seaside inspired hanging light but the fish scale design isn’t quite as casual and whimsical as you had in mind for such a statement piece? Then perhaps this capiz shell chandelier from Design Sponge is more your style! Their tutorial walks you through the entire process of making the “shells” from wax paper and hanging them in a delicate way from start to finish.

10. Paper cup LED lamp


Perhaps instead of creating a predictable paper lamp made from cut pieces of paper or a pre-made paper lamp as a base, you’d rather create a unique statement piece that just happens to be made of paper because you like the dark glow the light has when it shines through? Then you sound like just the kind of eclectic person who would love making a paper cup tower LED for their home! See how it’s done in detail on Aditi Odyssey.

11. Cut paper pendant lights


Do you have a taste for bright colours, unconventional shapes, and modern geometric aesthetics? Do you also have either a laser cutter for vinyl and paper or a very steady hand when it comes to drawing straight lines and using an exacto knife? Then you have everything you need to make these awesome modern and super fun pendant lamp shades from Makezine!

12. Scrap paper lamp


Do you like the idea of a rounded hanging paper lantern but you’d rather have a more interesting visual texture than just the round spherical shape the store bought lanterns come in by default? Then try embellishing yours with even more paper to give it a little something extra! Painted by Prestige suggests cutting tapered strips of paper, colouring them how you please, and gluing them in layers so they hang long and look ruffled, almost like an exotic flower.

13. Thumb tack pattern lamps


Perhaps your taste in decor is a little more artistic and you love creating beautifully simple designs by hand? Then check out this thumbtack paper lantern method that resembles pointillism in drawing! We love the way Lines Across created these stunning flower patterns in a simple sheet of coloured card stock, wrapping it around their light source so that the delicate holes glow and create a pretty shape.

14. Bunting wrapped paper lantern


Maybe you’re perusing this list hoping to find a simple paper lantern design that would look perfect in a baby’s nursery, or even just at a baby shower for some simple but affordable DIY event lighting? Then take a look at the way Project Nursery wound pretty pastel and patterned miniature event bunting around a pre-made paper lamp! No matter what colours you choose, this design will look fun and festive even before you’ve turned the lamp on.

15. Jellyfish lamp


Are you still fixated on the seaside and sea creatures idea but you’re looking for something more novelty and unconventional in its design than the fish scales and the capiz shells? Then try creating your very own beautiful jelly fish paper lantern! Cut a pre-made spherical lantern in half and check out how I Need a Craft Room used different types of ribbons to embellish theirs and make it look like an amazing jellyfish floating in the sea.



Pretty DIY Garters for Any Occasion

Perhaps the most common place you’ll find garters besides a lingerie store is in a wedding catalogue, but they’re such a stunning little detail in any context that we’re kind of obsessed with how many different styles they come in. At top end stores, however, you’ll find that garters can be extremely expensive even if they’re quite plain. Now, don’t get us wrong, there’s a certain elegance in a simple garter style, but making your own gives you license to get a little more creative if you’d like!

Check out these 15 lovely DIY garter styles that will impress at any wedding or with any look you choose, no matter which technique you choose to make them with!

1. Lace and ribbon charm garter


Is part of you still considering buying a pretty store bought garter because it looks rather hard to make yourself one that features that same smooth silk and delicate lace combination? Well, we’d urge you to take a look at this surprisingly easy tutorial from Something Turquoise and reconsider before you rush out the door to the mall! You can customize the ribbon colour and the charm however you please.

2. Lace and cameo garter


Perhaps part of the reason you’re thinking about making your own garter rather than buying one is that the styles you’ve seen in stores have all been very modern and you’re hoping for a more vintage chic aesthetic on your wedding day, or really any day? Then we think you simply must check out this stunning lace, ribbon, pearl string, and cameo design from Wedding Bee! This is a great creative way to incorporate a little piece of family jewelry into your look as you walk down the aisle.

3. Ruffled ribbon garter


Are you looking for garters that are a little more sassy and stylish than the average lingerie store sells in the wedding section, but you don’t want to pay the shipping costs to order online? Then check out these ruffled ribbon ones from Free Wedding Projects! We love the floral embellishment in the middle and making these yourself means you can make them in any colour you please as long as you can find that ribbon (or similar satin or silk material).

4. Daisy trim garter


Are you more of a novelty lover than anything else, always on the lookout for kitschy things that aren’t to everyone else’s taste? Then a simple garter made from bright daisy trim sounds like it might be right up your alley! Rock n’ Roll Bride guides you through the surprisingly east process of making this one in just a few steps.

5. Shabby chiffon flower garden


Have interesting material, texture, and colour combinations always interested you but you’ve always been hesitant to really play with them and get creative? Then try following a design featured in a tutorial like this one from The Ribbon Retreat to test the waters! We love the shabby chic finish on the edges of these chiffon roses and how that contrasts with the pretty, perfect lace band.

6. Elastic pentagram garter


Are you much more interested in making a fashion statement garter for yourself than you are a wedding garter right now? Then we found an unconventional option that might intrigue you! Boat People Vintage shows you how to make a cute thigh harness style garter in the shape of a pentagram star, but they teach you how to use thick elastic rather than more flimsy materials like lace and silk or ribbon.

7. Dangling rhinestone garter


Are you still interested in having elements of classic wedding style in your DIY garter design, but you’d just prefer to make it a little flashier and more eye catching than the norm? Then rhinestones are certainly a great way to go! By “rhinestones”, however, we don’t just mean a few- we mean affixing an entire dangling rhinestone section to your lace band the way Shine Trimmy did here.

8. Glamorous pearl garter


Are you looking to keep things primarily on the classic wedding style side of things, with lots of white, lots of lace, and just a little bit of glamour, but you need some guidance to base your own simple style on? Then check out this simply stunning lace and pearl bead garter from The Ribbon Retreat! It’ll complement just about any style of dress, making it lovely and versatile.

9. Tulle and beads garter


Have garters always reminded you a little bit of showgirls, even when you’re wearing them as part of a classy look like you would at your wedding? Then reconcile the two style concepts by making your garter out of fun textured tulle rather than simple lace! We love The Ribbon Retreat‘s idea of adding ribbon, feathers, rhinestones, or pearls to the side to give the whole thing just a little bit of pizazz above and beyond the tulle as well.

10. Feathered garter


Did you see the small inclusion of a bit of feather above and feel so inspired that now feathered garters are the only thing on your mind? Well, after seeing this stunning feather and lace design from Bridal Musings, we don’t blame you! We love the idea of affixing the top of the feather to the lace band with a simple pastel ribbon for a bit of a colour contrast.

11. Studded roses garter


Have you been scanning this list in the hopes of finding more personal style garments than wedding things, but the pentagram design just doesn’t quite match your personal aesthetic? Then try this one that’s a little more cutesy instead! Cristina Viseu adds studs to the ribbons, roses, and heart charm to remind you that cute things can have some edge too.

12. DIY garter leggings


Is “garter” just the basic concept you’re willing to work with but you’re open to some pretty unique interpretations above and beyond that? Then check out these totally cool garter leggings by Boat People Vintage! We thin this is an awesome way to add a bit of boudoir inspired style to a modern casual outfit, putting a spin on the whole outfit.

13. Lace and rhinestone applique garter


Perhaps your inspiration for making your own garter in the first place lied in the absolutely stunning rhinestone and pearl applique you found while you were shopping for wedding accessories, but you don’t have a band to put it on and you want to do it justice? Then check out how Bridal Guide made this simple lace garter band and affixed their stunning hand beaded patch right on the front.

14. Satin bow knee high garter


Just in case you haven’t quite found the style of fashion garter you were hoping for yet, here’s one more! This double suspender style thigh harness keeps your high socks up where they should be and features an absolutely adorable little satin bow on top to catch the eye if you wear it with a dainty short skirt. See how it’s made in detail on Yumi King.

Do you know someone who has been looking for different styles of garter in stores but just hasn’t found precisely what they were hoping for yet? Share this post with them to see if you can inspire them to try making their own instead!



Stylish and Exquisite: Crafting With Glass

When it comes to making things with your bare hands, working with something like glass might not be the first thing that comes to mind. There are plenty of things you can do with glass, drinking glasses, glass bottles, and other glass wares, however, that don’t put your hands at risk of being cut (as long as you’re careful not to drop fragile things on hard surfaces)!

Check out these 15 super fun and very stylish glass projects that transform the original things from something clear and fragile into something beautiful.

1. Glass bottle centre piece


Okay, we know that St. Patrick’s Day actually just passed, but this style of glass bottle table decor is just one example of the unlimited ideas you can create. Remodelando la Casa suggests creating tablescapes involving glass bottles by dressing them up using paper, ribbons, printed tags, and paint so that they bring some personality to your table when you host a party. You can make them look however you please!

2. Wine glass lamps with shades


Are you a huge fan of the way candles glow when they’re placed on your dinner table, but you’re looking for a new and unique way to display them rather than just in your average candle holder? Then grab some wine glasses that aren’t being use and pop the candles inside! Follow the tutorial on Lana Red Studio to make a little patterned shade out of decorative paper so that glasses look like glowing lamps all the way down the centre while you and your guests enjoy dinner together.

3. Marbled tumblers


Perhaps you have some glasses you’re not using right now because they’re very plain and you’d like to shake them up permanently so they’re more fun to put out on the table? Then coloured polish marbling is probably the technique that will let you have the most fun while upcycling glass ware simply and beautifully! Martha Stewart guides you through the process of creating lovely swirling colour patterns.

4. Glass bead wrap bracelets


Drinking glasses aren’t the only things you can make using glass pieces! Many people sell reclaimed glass beads for DIY jewelry making so you can create stunning pieces like this rustic Boho chic leather wrap bracelet. The Philosopher’s Wife shows you the technique for stringing the beads along the thicker leather pieces this way.

5. Pastel chalkboard mason jars


Does your family eat delicious jams and other glass jar packaged things at a crazy fast rate, giving you a collection of empty jars that seem too good in their quality to get rid of? Then get crafting with them! There are nearly unlimited things you can make from empty glass mason jars, but given our current obsession with pastel colour palettes, we quite enjoy this pretty chalkboard storage jar collection by Something Turquoise.

6. Painted golden confetti and streamer glasses


Have you always love the way fancy glasses with gold leaf painted detail look when you’re served using them in restaurants? Did you know that, with the right paint and a steady hand, you can make those same glasses at home, but control what kinds of fun patterns you create them in? Check out how it’s done on Sweet Little Sparrow.

7. Copper dipped flower vases


Unconventionally shaped glasses are fun in your cupboard, but if you find that they don’t get used their often, why not repurpose them rather than getting rid of them? Homey Oh My suggests painting them with lovely copper chrome finish paint, arranging them how you please on a length of matching painted particle board, and gluing them in place. Use this storage piece for desk and office supplies or makeup brushes!

8. Gold polka dot champagne glasses


Perhaps you have a nice set of crystal clear champagne glasses but you can’t help feeling they could use just a touch of extra style to match the rest of your formal tablescape? We felt the same thing about ours recently but even in our embellishing we wanted to keep things quite subtle. That’s why we liked this lovely golden polka dot tutorial from List Inspired!

9. Heart etched stemless wine glasses


If you’ve never done glass etching before, it can seem like a daunting technique to learn because the finish is so fancy, but it’s actually much easier than you might think! Start with a simple shape rather than complex lettering or very intricate designs if you’re worried. We love this simple heart design from Love Maegan, which gives your glass wares a friendly style and detail without being too hard.

10. Stenciled glass bottle seat markers


Maybe you like the misted glass effect that the etching technique leaves on the glass but you’d rather have a negative image and work with colours instead of just raised white images? Then try stenciling with glass-friendly paint instead! We love these glass serving bottles that have been stenciled with tables numbers for a big event. Check out how they’re made on Almost Makes Perfect.

11. Frost stenciled martini glasses


Perhaps you loved the glass frosting technique and aesthetic but hearts just don’t really suit your kitchen’s current decor scheme and you think you might be ready for a design that’s a bit more challenging? Then check out these awesome dotted circles by Sand & Sisal! They’re whimsical enough to suit any season.

12. Chalkboard drinking jars


Remember those glass jars we were talking about earlier? Well, this alternative idea from Modern Weddings Hawaii still uses chalkboard paint just like our other suggestion, but they’ve stuck to the classic black kind rather than going pastel. They’re also kept the paint on the outside so the jars can be used for drinking without worry about ingesting anything. Use the chalkboard heart to label jars with guest’s names at events!

13. Painted glass desktop organizer


Freutcake has a great idea for old glasses of all shapes and sizes, but it’s not drinking from them. Instead, give them a shiny new coat of paint and arrange and stick them onto a matching base in an uneven, care-not kind of way. The finished product is great for storing all kinds of things in any room of the house you please.

14. Wood and glass box night light


Do you remember throughout the 1990s when many homes had walls with grid shaped glass inserts shaped like squares? We lived in more than one house that featured a wall like this and we’ve always thought those glass pieces would be great for crafting. Looks like I Love to Create agrees! Just in case you happen to have one of those lying around, here’s a tutorial that will help you turn it into a cute night light or side lamp with a little bit of handiwork.

15. Pretty paint dotted glasses


Do you like the paint dotted looks you’ve seen on the list so far but you think you might prefer them if they were a little more “messy creative” and colourful rather than being more “subtle glamour”? Then check out this bright, cheerful coloured fingerprint look from Popsugar! We’re pretty sure these will look stunning and fun no matter what colour combination you decide on.