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20 Happy Flower Crafts for Spring

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Have you spotted the first blooms of spring yet? I have and it makes me positively giddy. I love spring! Even if you live in a place that still feels like winter, craft up one of these happy flower crafts to make spring come to you. I’m excited to add a few silk poppies to my wardrobe.

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  • Pom Pom Vines 1 of 20
    Pom Pom Vines
    Drape these around your house to welcome spring.
    Click here for the tutorial on Once Wed
  • Mexican Paper Flowers 2 of 20
    Mexican Paper Flowers
    These bright and full flowers would be great for Cinco de Mayo.
    Click here for the tutorial on 100 Layer Cake
  • Felt Flowers 3 of 20
    Felt Flowers
    Add one of these to your spring trench to kick it up a notch.
    Click here for the tutorial on Paper N Stitch
  • Flower Cone Invitations 4 of 20
    Flower Cone Invitations
    Invite your guests to a spring party with fresh flowers.
    Click here for the tutorial on You Are My Fave
  • Crepe Paper Flower Garland 5 of 20
    Crepe Paper Flower Garland
    I like the idea of doing a wall of these in bright colors.
    Click here for the tutorial on Hip Hip Hooray
  • Tissue Garland 6 of 20
    Tissue Garland
    Add some flowers to a tissue paper garland for an extra bit of happy.
    Link: Superkitina
  • Crepe Flower Crown 7 of 20
    Crepe Flower Crown
    What little girl wouldn't love wearing this around?
    Click here for the tutorial on Cakies
  • Flower Crown 8 of 20
    Flower Crown
    A perfect accessory to wear for May Day.
    Click here for the tutorial on Bleubird Vintage
  • Rainbow Arrangement 9 of 20
    Rainbow Arrangement
    I love the rainbow look of this flower arrangement. It would look so lovely set on any table.
    Click here for the tutorial on One Charming Party
  • Polish Chandelier 10 of 20
    Polish Chandelier
    This cheery chandelier would look great for a party as well as a in a children's room.
    Click here for the tutorial on Oh Happy Day
  • Felt Dahlia 11 of 20
    Felt Dahlia
    This cute flower pin would make a great Mother's Day gift.
    Click here for the tutorial on Holidash
  • Paper Flower Cone 12 of 20
    Paper Flower Cone
    These would be cute as place cards or favors.
    Click here for the tutorial on Oh Happy Day
  • Crepe Paper Flowers 13 of 20
    Crepe Paper Flowers
    Martha shares tutorials on how to make several varieties of flower with crepe paper so you can customize your bouquet.
    Click here for the tutorial on Martha Stewart
  • Painted Flower Wrap 14 of 20
    Painted Flower Wrap
    Personalize the bouquet of flowers by painting the recipient's name on the paper wrap.
    Link: Tokketok
  • Fabric Flower Garland 15 of 20
    Fabric Flower Garland
    I like the idea of making these in a variety of colors and patterns.
    Click here for the tutorial on from Sarah Nielsen
  • Floral Fabric Jars 16 of 20
    Floral Fabric Jars
    These would look so pretty with a little tea light in them.
    Click here for the tutorial on Fellow Fellow
  • Poppy Tablecloth 17 of 20
    Poppy Tablecloth
    This gets me in the mood for outdoor celebrations.
    Click here for the tutorial on Martha Stewart
  • Silk Poppies 18 of 20
    Silk Poppies
    I love this bloom belt but it would look cute as a pin or in your hair too.
    Click here for the tutorial on Martha Stewart
  • Giant Paper Flowers 19 of 20
    Giant Paper Flowers
    How amazing is this garden of giant flowers? I would want to make it a permanent fixture in my home.
    Click here for the tutorial on Design Sponge
  • Seed Packet Favors 20 of 20
    Seed Packet Favors
    A cute send off for a spring party.
    Click here for the tutorial on My Wedding

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