Home Decor Yarn Flowers

Home Decor Yarn Flowers

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Home Decor Yarn Flowers
Home Decor Yarn Flowers
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Create flower embellishments for cards using Bernat Maker Home Decor Yarn. This is a lovely yarn craft that is simple and fun to make. Yarn isn't often mixed with paper crafts, but the marriage of the two materials is lovely in this project. If you're looking for a simple technique to make an embellishment that will become a staple in your crafting, this is a great project to try. Add yarn flowers to all of your paper crafts, be they on cards, scrapbook layouts, planners, and more. Plus, you'll get a lot of these flowers out of just one skein of yarn!

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsYarn

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Bernat Maker Home Decor Yarn
  • Scrapbook Adhesive Sheets
  • Mod Podge
  • Circle Punch
  • Scissors
  • Cardstock
  • Card Base

Instructions

  1. To create the flower center punch a circle from a Scrapbook Adhesive Sheet, coil the Bernat Maker Home Decor Yarn from the outside into the center.

  2. Cut 3-inch strips of the Bernat Maker Home Decor Yarn (approximately 30 per flower, depending on the size of the flower). Punch a circle from card stock apply a generous amount of Mod Podge around the edge of the cardstock. Folding the 3-inch strips in half, attach to the card stock to create petals of the flower. Repeat adding two inner rings of petals by adding Mod Podge at the tip of the outer layer of petals. Set aside to dry.

  3. Adhere the flower center to the petals, remove adhesive from the back and attach.

  4. Assemble card: Adhere solid cardstock 4 x 6 inches to pattern card base (5 x 7 card). Cut 4 inches of the Bernat Maker Home Decor Yarn for the stem and 3 inches for the leafs. Adhere the leaf and then the stem to the card with Mod Podge.

  5. Punch a circle from a Scrapbook Adhesive Sheet, peel one side and attach to the flower. Remove protective paper from the second side and adhere to the card.

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I can't resist a good flower craft, not if it's been written this well. I just love when he author takes their time to include the step by step pictures on how they made their crafts, it encourages you to fill throughout a project and not leave it hanging. Please include more crafts like these in the website.

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