I could not have found a more perfect and girly way to celebrate the nation’s birthday. How cute are these DIY Mini July 4th Floral Tattoos? Fun, right? These temporary tattoos are great to share at your annual parties and BBQs or even to add to little gift bags. Totally easy to do. The main things you need are printable tattoo paper, Silhouette Studio (or other software), these cute florals and a printer. Read on for the full tutorial!
Hello and Happy Monday! It’s Presidents’ Day here in our neck of the woods, and pretty darn cold. So since I had my clothespins out, I thought a quick DIY was in order to pretend it’s warm outside. These wooden flowers on clothespins will be so cute on your pretty packages and gifts. They can even be used to accessorize your table settings. This is my first attempt at playing with balsa wood. And, like my approach to most new… Read more »
Hello! Continuing with my simple flowers series, I thought I’d share my most recent project – paper flowers with circles. In case you missed my previous 2 posts in this series, check out my diamonds and hearts. These circle flowers are so cute. I found the perfect paper at Michaels for them – it’s called Fiber Tissue Paper (by Celebrate It). It feels like fabric, so I could not resist. Any tissue paper will do, to be honest. I just… Read more »
So, I was playing around with white versions of these paper flowers I made a while back, and came up with these fun flower toppers and ornaments. If you squint, they can be passed off as 3d snowflakes? Thoughts? Anyway, it’s all about creativity. However you decide to place or arrange your flowers will be fun and pretty in any setting. These can also work for napkin rings.
Happy Friday, Folks! With all the leaves flying around and no more pretty blooms outside, I needed to create some paper flowers to end the week. I thought I’d challenge myself by creating flowers with simple shapes (like my heart inspiration). Today’s focus is on the diamond. I used the Polygon tool in Silhouette Studio to create the basic shape, then rotated copies. Added a little circle in the middle for the string, cut on cardstock, et voila! Want to… Read more »