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Plush Flowers in Pots

By: Bird for Someday Crafts
Plush Flowers in Pots
Plush Flowers in Pots

Create an atmosphere for a cheery and inviting spring home with these Plush Flowers in Pots. Whether you need a fabulous new centerpiece for your kitchen table or you'd like one more item adorning your mantel, this spring home decor project is a perfect fit. Select the perfect colors and patterns of fabric to match your spring decorating theme. These pots are so cheery and fun, and guests will be amazed and impressed that you made them yourself.

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Time to CompleteWeekend project

Sewn byEither Hand or Machine


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I cannot get over how adorable these plump flower pots are! Inexpensive and reusable, this pattern is just the thing to use as a centerpiece for summer BBQs. Theyll keep tablecloths from blowing away in the wind while still looking as sunny as can be. You can even color coordinate the flowers so people know where to sit or personalize them as party favors.

Love the look of these puffy blooms! I could see taking the flower pattern alone and gluing or sewing a clasp pin on the back to turn one into a cute brooch to match the flower pot, or put a barrette on one for a hair clip! Or even sew some onto a dress... A little cotton summer dress for a,little girl using the same technique. Wouldn't she love matching the pretty flower in the pot? So,cute and clever!

These plush flowers look so real that I would almost put them in my garden if they wold not get wet. I love how the petals look and the middle with the polyfil to make them fluff up. Gives it a unique. This would be a great project for a pre-K or kindergarten class to do for Mother's Day and use decorated styrofoam cups instead of clay pots. Simple tutorial and it even has a no sew version too.

These are so sweet. I'd love to make three coordinating flowers to put in my window for people to enjoy for spring. I wonder if you could embellish these with buttons and ribbon? If you're a little concerned about your sewing skills, the designer has also posted a no-sew version, which is a great idea.

These are absolutely adorable!!


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