Making flowers from twine can take less than 10 minutes and they can be creative and fun on the same time.
I was bored the other evening while Mike was working and of course the kids were not home. Lord help me when I am a complete empty nester. I hate to even think about it. What will I do with my time? Y’all might be seeing two three posts a day from me:)
For this craft all you need is a roll of twine, a hot glue gun and either cardboard, or a poster board. Basically anything a little more durable for the center of the flower.
For this project I worked right off the roll of the twine for the flower petals. Basically, I never did any cutting or trimming until the end. The center of the flower was the first cutting off of the twine. Then from there the flower petals were all looped and glued without any cutting until the end.
I am including a short visual video of the tutorial. I believe even a 1st grader can do this project.
Cut circle center and begin to hot glue looping around to form a flower petal.
One by one, by one, by one, loop, hot glue, loop hot glue.
That’s it! You can go back and double it, and twine the center by simply wrapping and dabbing a little hot glue as you go. It’s a lot of fun and I am sure you will be whipping out twine flowers like mad!
I see some fall twine flowers in my future. I love to embellish with twine and use it often in a lot of my home decor and crafts. You can find my twine rustic spring board here
or perhaps you may like>>>my boho pumpkin sign
Just to name a few twines:) If you like twine, and the Boho look, check out 20+ ways to get the Boho look in any room
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love love love this Debbie! Thanks for sharing!!
Super easy. I will be making lots of them. Thanks
Could not tell from the video if you used 2 pieces of poster board or one – one to wrap the petals and one to make the center or did you wrap the center and flip it over to make the petals?
That is correct Linda. USED one to wrap the center and flip it over to make the petals. It’s just a plain circled center with cardboard or poster board as I mentioned. You can make a ton of them with one poster board:)
Very cute! And thank you for explaining about flipping it over for the petals. That would be cute for so many things. I think I will try it on a gift wrapped in packing wrap, tied with twine and put one of these flowers on it. Now I’m excited!
Awesome Doris! Let me know how it turns out.
Love these. Look simple enough to do to decorate jars for centerpieces for weddings or picnics.
I agree! I will be making lots more:)
These would be great for so many things! Really cute for gift wrap and mason jars and on and on! Thanks, Debbie!
So glad you all had a great trip!
Thanks so much Kris!
Sondra @ Sondra Lyn at Home
Love this, Debbie! Would be so cut on a summer birthday gift!!
Sondra @ Sondra Lyn at Home