Of course you can make them whatever size you like, but I’d keep them small and group a few together on a chain.
Black acrylic paint
Polymer clay in white or light blue
for the full tutorial.
It’s very easy to make as you really only need wooden pegs, paint chips, scissors and glue/double sided tape.
This is great for kids who are learning their colours and how to match.
Click here to see Shannon from Tot School
Heidi made hers with picket fence posts but it would also make a fantastic upcycled pallet project.
You can add whatever message you like… something inspirational like “you are loved”, lyrics from your favourite song, little bits of a nursery rhyme or children’s book for a nursery, wedding vows, or even just family birthdays.
Heidi used vinyl sheets to create a stencil which is a great idea.
Anyone who reads my blog probably knows how obsessed I am with rainbows.
This combines the best of both… you get the lovely fabric flowers but without any cutting! Just choose a light-weight fabric such as voile or thin cotton in colours that compliment your theme, and use a petal or leaf craft punch to create the shapes.
Small hole punch
Green floral tape
to see how it’s done. There’s even a wee video tutorial!
They’ve shared links to nine fantastic tutorials!
Paper flowers are a lovely way of adding a bit of vintage flair to any party, especially if the flowers you want are out of season! Another great thing about using paper is that you can paint them to match any theme.
Weddings By Lilly
have even shared a few tutorials for different flower shapes (at the bottom of their post).
Foam paper in various colours
Hot glue gun
There’s something for everyone ~ perfect if you’re looking for a new project!
There are too many fantastic ideas here to show just one or two, so I’ve shared my favourites instead.