Hey GirlMoguls, it’s Daisy here with another fun craft. This one is so simple you can probably do it all on your own – and it will make some great gifts. We’re going to make our own summer flower sachets.
First you need to pick some flowers or herbs. Lavender is a great plant to use – you can even buy dried lavender at a craft store if you don’t have any growing at home.
Next strip the stems off the blooms and then set your flowers and herbs to dry in the sun. You can place them on newspaper or on a mesh drying rack – just be sure to anchor them down so they don’t fly away in the sun.
Once the flowers have dried, pack them into a small, airy fabric bag and you have homemade potpourri sachets. Mesh bags can often be found online or at craft stores, or you can make your own out of old nylon stocking
Then you can pass out the backs as gift for your friends, stash them in your drawers or closets or even hang in them in your locker at school.
Hey GirlMoguls! It’s Daisy here, your DIY girl. You know I’m all about fashion (reluctantly) and DIY projects. I love adding my personal touch to anything, from mailboxes to clothes! So, I found this cute kit you can get in order to add your personal touch around the house. They are called PopFlowers, and basically include materials to make a personal, handmade bouquet. You can put them anywhere, from a parent’s office desk to your kitchen table to your hair as a cute accessory!
What I liked about this kind of project is that there is something unique about it/ They are not just pieces of paper you put together to look like a flower. They are very stylized, which is why they’re called PopFlowers. They ar e inspired by 1960’s pop art and artists like Andy Warhol. The flowers look whimsical and fun, which makes them a great looking present or accessory. I totally love the style, and think you will too. The kits are also affordable, as the prices start at $17.99.
These kits let you make your own eco-friendly no maintenance bouquet from die-cut stems. They even customize orders so you can make your dream flower! You don’t have to water them, or give them sunlight. They’re everlasting all on their own. I decided I can use the versatility to put them on my school pens, and chain them together to decorate my room. Check them out at www.popflowershop.com.