Easy Flower Crafts That Anyone Can Do

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If you want to work with real flowers, flower pots, flower baskets, and pressed flower candles are some of the crafts you can make. To make flower pots, you can add the pressed fresh flowers onto the clay while molding them. The pot can have its natural color, or you can paint it in a contrasting color so the color of the flower can stand out. Flower baskets are lovely items that you can create especially for special events. Place fresh flowers and loose petals in a basket decorated with ribbons and lace and you can decorate the handles as well with ribbons.

For silk or artificial flowers, you can create floral wreaths, centerpieces, holiday decorations such as a valentine bouquet of flowers and candies or Christmas décor. Floral wreaths can be used as decoration in your living room when placed around candles, on top of the fireplace, or in the center table. Bind the flowers together and place accents of ribbons or bows depending on your style as well. Create dining room centerpieces using silk flowers, whether by placing them on vases or creating small bundles. Holiday decorations are also best with silk flowers because you can store them indefinitely and just pull them out when the season arrives again.

For a romantic valentine decoration, arrange bundles of flowers along with a stuffed toy, preferably a stuffed teddy bear, or with candies such as lollipops or candy canes. Christmas decorations can include wreaths, Christmas tree décor, and other ornaments that you can accentuate with flowers, like poinsettias.

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