Do you remember the korker/corkscrew hair bow trend that was popular a couple of years ago? I was searching the Internet last week, looking for inspiration and came upon this neat little craft.
June is the month that celebrates graduations. We often give graduates bouquets of flowers as a gift to mark the occasion. Flowers are nice, beautiful in fact, but most younger people would like the gift of cash flowers better! You know this is true! :)
I was looking at pins on Pinterest the other day and was amazed by the amount of creativity and inspiration available on the site. One of the type of projects that caught my eye, were the unusual crafts people made out of toilet paper rolls. I was amazed. There were wall hangings that looked like iron, paper flowers, little animal sculptures, and even extraordinary miniature art cut inside of a cardboard role. Wow!!!
This is a craft project you can make with your children. It is easier to make than it looks, and costs almost nothing! The hardest part is cutting out the petals and leaves. How easy is that?
Poppy's are beautiful flowers, and paper versions are so easy to make. This project has paper flowers made out of three different kinds of paper, for three effects.
Are you the type of person that loves flowers, but wishes they would last a bit longer?,
Paper flower crafts may be for you. There is an amazing choice and quality of paper available today, allowing you to make realistic looking flowers.
Who doesn't love flowers? This spiky dahlia welcomes spring into your home and lasts so much longer than real flowers! It takes one sheet of 12 x 12 scrapbook paper to make one dahlia (minus the leaves)
This paper flower project looks quite complicated but it actually quite easy to make.The cutting may seem a little difficult, but even children will be able to cut along the lines with a little help from Mom.