Fantastic Floral Projects

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Fantastic floral projects from four talented bloggers are being featured this week! You’ll get lots of inspiration from these flower ideas, and also access to tutorials if you choose to make anything for yourself or others.

Welcome to the weekly Home Matters Linky Party #393! A great place to come, share your blog posts, and make new friends. We are so glad you are here with us each week.


photo collage of featured floral projects


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Donna @ Modern On MonticelloFacebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram

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Mel @ Decor, Craft, DesignTwitter | Pinterest | Instagram

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Allyson @ Southern SunflowersFacebook | Pinterest | Instagram


Before we get to the features, I’m adding my own flower project to the mix for additional inspiration for you ~ DIY floral basket arrangement. Hop over to my post to see how easy it is to make this gorgeous arrangement!

floral projects - basket arrangement of flower peonies and lavender


Julie, from Sum of Their Stories, has stitched up such a pretty peace quote embroidery design. I like her idea of framing it in a hoop instead of a frame. Julie has provided a free download for the floral design, and she also has tutorial links for the various stitches that were used. Check out that unique spider web stitch!

Lisa, from Fresh Vintage by Lisa, repurposed vintage pillowcases by making them into covers for hangers. She shows us how she made patterns to get the covers to be a perfect fit for the clothes hangers. Now you know what you can do with the pretty floral linens that you always see in antique stores!

Floral Projects - repurposed vintage pillowcases as hanger covers - designs are pastel embroidery

MaryJo, from Master”pieces” of My Life, has the perfect alternative to having to hand wash crystal and fine china after having a luncheon or dinner party.

She’s sharing how we can instead create a beautiful faux disposable tablescape. Hop over to her blog to see how she successfully pulled off using her lovely floral paper products in her table setting!

floral projects - tablescape with yellow and peach paper plates and acrylic glasses

Christine, from Christine’s Crafts, shows off her cute embellished tote bag project. She provides a tutorial for how to make the yo-yo flowers that are attached to her bag.

Yo-yo flowers are so fun to make, but watch out because they can be addicting, too. Pull out your fabric scraps and get busy!

floral project - navy and peach yo-yos attached to a natural tote bag

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Allyson is the founder and content creator of Southern Sunflowers, which shares tutorials for DIY crafts and decor on a budget.

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12 thoughts on “Fantastic Floral Projects”

  1. Thanks so much for featuring my peace embroidery, it made my day to see that 🙂
    The spider web stitch is so much fun to do, simple too which is a bonus!

  2. Allyson,
    Thanks again for hosting this charming party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it I truly appreciate it!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

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