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DIY Flowers Roundup for Spring: Friday Finds

by | DIY, Spring

It’s still so cold here, but the little green shoots coming up in my front yard are telling me it’s time for spring ALREADY.  Today’s Friday Finds is a DIY Flowers roundup that features lovely beauties made from yarn, fabric, paper and flour.

A bouquet of DIY flowers roundup |


No surprise, let’s start with the crochet flowers.  Make some brooches, pillows, or crochet up a mess of the Mollie flowers and sew them together for a flower blanket.  Talk about a bed of flowers!

Crochet Flowers roundup |

5 Petal Flower

Blooming Flower Pillow

Crochet Mollie Flowers

Crochet Rose


If you’re not a crocheter, have no fear.  Fabric or felt flowers were just as well on coats, hats, wreaths, and everything else.

Fabric Flowers roundup |

Black Eyed Susan Pom Flowers

Fabric Flower Rosettes

Flower Door Number Wreath

Layered Felt Flower

Large Fabric Flower

Ric Rac Flower Pin


This set of flowers makes me want to go to the craft store and buy out the entire paper stock.  And the crepe stock.  And the tissue paper stock.

Paper Flowers |

3D Paper Wall Flowers

Paper Camellias

Printable Flower Straw Topper

Crepe Peonies

Book Page Tissue Flowers


Last but not least, after all that crafting and creating of flowers, why not stop for a snack?  Although these may be too beautiful to eat!

Edible Flowers |

Hydrangea Cupcakes

Oreo Mum Cookies


 Are you in the mood for spring?  Is it at least warm where you are?  Here are a few other spring and Easter projects to inspire you!

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  1. Kara

    Beautiful collection!

  2. Crystal

    Love all the different flowers. Pinned 🙂

  3. Kara

    So many pretty flowers! Now I’m definitely ready for warmer weather!!

  4. ChiWei

    Me too! Not so much the rain that comes in spring, but I know it’ll bring the warm weather and the flowers.

  5. ChiWei

    Thanks for the pin Crystal!

  6. ChiWei

    Thank you Kara!

  7. ChiWei

    Natasha, they are amazing! I love how you mixed the colors. Now if only my real hydrangeas grew so well 🙂

  8. ChiWei

    Thanks Steph!

  9. Cristin @ Eve of Reduction

    I love the flower on the straw – would work for a candle stick, too. So cute.

  10. ChiWei

    Isn’t it adorable? Gives me all sorts of ideas for fun printables 🙂


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