Pretty Flower Crafts That Will Never Wilt


Chrysanthemums, the colorful mainstay of fall, grace the center of a burlap runner, in a fall-inspired ombre palette. Pieces of tissue paper punched into scalloped circles are layered and scrunched to shape each flower.

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Baker’s twine and buttons combine to form adorable blooms.

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Create your own take on distinctive ornamental allium blossoms using dip-dyed cotton swabs and plastic-foam balls to make these shapely purple flower heads.

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Replace seeds, water, and sunshine with embroidery floss, perle cotton, and linen to create an embroidery hoop duo featuring lavender stalks and a wispy crop of dandelions.

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Perk up the edge of a shelf with a simple crochet-flower garland. Make each lacy flower using cotton yarn in bright colors, then join the flowers to a simple chain-stitched chain.


Carnations are a florist’s staple, and these fabric renditions are just as cheery as their organic counterparts. Each bloom on this necklace consists of imperfect fabric circles that are tightly packed together and glued to a felt backing that’s finished with a chain.


Sweet and simple in lazy daisies and cross-stitches, this felt headband attaches to an elastic headband.

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