Spring is in the air! The days are warming little by little and the showers are preparing the May flowers. In the meantime, why not brighten your days with some pretty floral crafts? From paper to felt to napkins to pineapple, we have just the right flowery craft for you!
This gorgeous centerpiece is created with several styles of paper flowers (all tutorials and patterns provided for free!) and arranged into a lovely setting. Perfect for any event – garden party, wedding, or your springtime kitchen table!
This paper orchid is absolutely stunning. It’s not nearly as complicated as you might expect, and it is certain to impress your guests and friends!
These simple felt flower puffs would make adorable accessories for an outfit or a lightweight sweater.
Planning a wedding and want a DIY touch for your bouquet? These gorgeous crepe paper roses look so real people will be trying to catch their scent as you walk down the aisle!
Epitomize the fairy of springtime with a simply lovely flower crown!
These colorful felt flowers embody spring and summer, all on their own. Make several for a bright, cheerful bouquet!
Daisies are the friendliest flower, aren’t they? These paper daisies make a happy, cheerful bouquet that will last all season.
What a simple way to spruce up your bulletin board or inspiration panel! Simply glue floral buds onto flat thumb tacks. So cute!
Who doesn’t love Duck tape? Any kid or teenager will want to make these Duck tape flowers, which are even more fun when attached to the end of a pen or pencil.
This paper fan flower could become an addition to any gift wrapping or home vignette.
Feeling like a scrumptious morsel? Create stunning “flowers” from pineapple slices and use them to top your light, springy cupcakes!
Here is a paper rose tutorial simple enough for any age to create! Draw a spiral on a piece of colorful paper, cut along the line and roll it up for a sweet little rosette.
Can you believe this row of pretty posies is crafted entirely from colorful kitchen napkins?! It’s true – paper napkins and a hot glue gun is all you need!
Ranunculous flowers are some of the prettiest, most delicate of the species. This paper version could be made in several bright colors and it would be hard to tell whether or not they’re real!
What is your favorite flower? Will you be trying to recreate it with paper or felt or napkins?