Brighten Your Home: Unique Flower Crafts

Did you know it’s National Craft Week? It’s time to celebrate with three of our favorite flower crafts. Brought to you from some of the best blogs from Martha Stewart to ______. These fun floral crafts are going to brighten up your home and entertain you all night long! After you give these crafts a go-around, let us know how they turned out by posting a picture on From You Flowers Facebook page. Until then, happy crafting!

Martha Stewart Flower Vase Craft with Buttons

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Martha Stewart Button Flower Vase

Looking for a simple craft with dramatic results? You found it! This button flower vase is a piece to talk about, and all you need is a large glass vase, a smaller vase, a lot of buttons and some stunning flowers. Get all the details at Martha Stewart online.

 

 

 

 

 

Christmas Paper Flowers for Wrapping

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Paper Folding Flowers – Gift Toppers

With the holiday season coming around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about holiday decorating and holiday wrapping! Who doesn’t like to be the person who makes people ohhh and ahhh over their creative wrapping? These beautiful paper flowers will be the talk of the Christmas party as they make each gift they are a piece of art. For a step-by-step instructions check out foldingtrees.com.

 

 

Martha Stewart Paper Flower Cone Craft

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Flower Cones – Door Decorations

Create a flower cone in the season’s colors to welcome visitors to your home. This unique floral creation you will be able to create a vibrant welcoming with Autumn flowers, paper and some ribbon. What can we say? Martha Stewart really is the queen of crafts with this idea.

 

 

 

 

 

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