Old sewing patterns are awesome. They are cheap, easy to find and provide a touch and texture you can’t get anywhere else. Below are some simple steps to make a beautiful flower out of old patterns you can easily pick up at almost any thrift store, if not your own craft room. Sewing is not my gift, but I love remembering all the amazing clothes my mom used to make me growing up. She is uber talented. These flowers make me think of her. Here are FIVE ways to use these pretty little paper petals plus a DIY tutorial on how to make these fun paper flowers.
I doubt you will think of my mom when you see these flowers in your home. A better reminder is that like these flowers that never die, neither does God’s word. See the directions below.
The grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of our God stands forever. Isaiah 40:8
Supplies for Pattern Flowers: old sewing patterns, scissors, pipe cleaner, Optional slide paper cutter
Cut pattern paper into squares. I use 5X5 and 8X8 inch squares for my flowers.
Be sure to save this project for later! Thanks so much for coming over today friend. Last idea….wear it!
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