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How to DIY a flower crown for your wedding day! | Brides.com

How to DIY a flower crown for your wedding day! | Brides.com

DIY Origami Lotus Flower | iCreativeIdeas.com Like Us on Facebook ==> www.facebook.com/...

DIY Origami Lotus Flower | iCreativeIdeas.com Like Us on Facebook ==> www.facebook.com/...

paper flowers ( perfect for indoors especially if you have a cat that eats all of your indoor plants -_- )

paper flowers ( perfect for indoors especially if you have a cat that eats all of your indoor plants -_- )

Dress up a pair of metal Hobby Lobby angel wings using flower and ribbon.  Video found here http://southerncharmwreaths.com/blog/diy-angel-wings-flower-swag/

Dress up a pair of metal Hobby Lobby angel wings using flower and ribbon. Video found here http://southerncharmwreaths.com/blog/diy-angel-wings-flower-swag/

Use bubble wrap for floating flowers

Use bubble wrap for floating flowers

Paper Camellia Tutorial - by Lia Griffith

Paper Camellia Tutorial - by Lia Griffith

DIY flower link on the other pins from Martha Stewart

DIY flower link on the other pins from Martha Stewart

DIY Floral Crown | Make your own cute floral crown with this easy tutorial!

DIY Floral Crown | Make your own cute floral crown with this easy tutorial!

UO DIY: How to Press and Frame Flowers - Urban Outfitters - Blog

UO DIY: How to Press and Frame Flowers - Urban Outfitters - Blog

Get the flowers long before April even has a chance to shower. To get started on this craft project perfect for brunches, baby showers, spring themed get togethers or just because, pick a few of your favorite blooms. Then, find some twine and tie a double knot at the end of each stem and repeat fastening the other flowers. Once you have about six finished strands, knot them to a twig or branch. Finally, hang and enjoy! Click through to find even more homegrown inspiration!

Get the flowers long before April even has a chance to shower. To get started on this craft project perfect for brunches, baby showers, spring themed get togethers or just because, pick a few of your favorite blooms. Then, find some twine and tie a double knot at the end of each stem and repeat fastening the other flowers. Once you have about six finished strands, knot them to a twig or branch. Finally, hang and enjoy! Click through to find even more homegrown inspiration!