i put away my spring decorations,
and decided it was time for summer.
i learned how to make paper flowers when betsy (friend and younglives leader) taught our younglives
girls a few weeks ago.
i needed a refresher, so i looked to a few of
the great tutorials out there in blogland.
some didn’t turn out well. they went into the recycle bin.
all of the decent flowers went on green fuzzy pipe cleaner “stems”
and then into my mason jar collection.
i made 3 different sizes for 3 displays
on a bookcase and 2 end tables.
the photo effect used is “1960s” on picnik
they were fairly quick and easy to make, and cost almost nothing.
i think they make my living room come alive
with bright colors and fluffy blooms.
are you ready for summer?
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What Cute flowers! I had made some sortof like these using coffee stained coffee filters- they turned out so great!
Those are adorable! I am SO ready for summer. Here in Kansas it’s been cold and rainy the last few days. Maybe I need some cute flowers like yours to brighten the inside of my house.
Ok Becca these are too stinking cute!! I love them they are perfect and so fun!! Thanks so much for sharing!!
These are great! I cant wait for the weather in Cali to decide that its warm. Everyday it seems different. You found a great way to remember summer is just around the corner!
What a pretty colors! Eternal flowers are so much fun!
Those are very cute! I have a few spaces that could use some paper flowers.
I think that they are cute!
those are awesome, great colors. Love those mason jars, of course!:)
I’ll be making large versions of these for my sisters baby shower this week…any tips to keep them out of the recycle bin??
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Hello sweet Becca – I’m a new follower of your fabulous blog via Met Monday (catching up from last week!). I love the way these flowers turned out. I think I might give it a try! I too have seen them out in blogland and thought they were pretty. Thank you for sharing!
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Oh what a great DIY project. You are one clever and crafty girl.
I just finished a project that took 23 years to complete.
Come take a peek.
Great colors! I’m making some coffee filter flowers for my wedding 🙂 they look great
That is so cute!! And such a great idea!!
These are so pretty…Great job!!
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Sooooo pea-pinkin cute! HAPPY NTT!
Good job! love that you used them in a vase like that. I always see the big pom-poms at parties.
Love this idea!
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Very cute flowers. I’m not ready for summer yet though. . . I’m still “spring cleaning” my house, getting ready to sell.
Super cute and they do make things look brighter=0)
What a fun way to brighten up the room!
I love these! I am going to make some for my daughters party!
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These are sweet and so are you 🙂
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I don’t know what’s going on with my comments. It’s embarrassing because I’m really not a comment idiot. I’m experienced for goodness sakes! lol I’ll try this one more time.
I love the flowers! lol (big buildup for such a small comment. promise to be better next time. )
So vibrant! Love them.
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Where do I find the instructions on how to make the cute flowers in your pictures? Thanks.
yes! would love the instructions too! they’re precious!
i just searched the blogoshpere for paper flower tutorial. i don’t remember which one i used, but here is a great one for all kinds of paper flowers. http://www.lollychops.com/lollychops/2010/03/tissue-paper-paper-flowers-tutorial.html
LOVE that link! Will definitely be trying some of those! This is the one I used last night and it turned out great.
Love the splash of colour the flowers bring..would love to know what tutorial you used to make these..
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Oh they’re very cheery. How fun! And I love that end table. Lisa~