You may be thinking that yellow is such a flat color–au contraire my friend. There are so many rich shades of yellow to play with and put together that the color itself can be paired with so many other color combinations. Yellow is the in-between color on the rainbow. Teal and yellow, yellow and purple, lavender and canary, orange, yellow, and regency … the possibilities are endless. Fabric flowers are the cutest thing to accent your home decor and wardrobe. Once you get the pattern or method down for quilting, sewing, or crafting, you’re going to be making more just just sunflowers!
It’s hard to imagine anything sunny, bright, or warm when spring showers refuse to go away. The weather has gotten past the point of a refreshing shower to just being straight icky all the time. I think I saw a blue sky yesterday. What is a blue sky? I thought it changed to a permanent gray color where it cries a lot, like my soul is currently doing as I await for clear skies. I never thought I would say that I miss Missouri. The scorching temperatures that make you feel like you’re getting a tan just sitting in the car. Thankfully, there are ways to bring a little sunshine into your home. With Kansas being only a half-hour drive away from my home, that means sunflowers are in abundance. Sunflower crafts are so much fun to make because of their intricate petals that overlap around the brown center.
Don’t worry. The sun will be back soon. In the meantime, try these sunflower craft ideas, and you won’t be disappointed with how happy they make you.
Sunflower Craft Ideas For A Rainy Day
Sew A Dresden Sunflower from Nancy Zieman
Sunflower Wreath from Trendy Tree
Ribbon Sunflower from Paper Pleats and Ribbon Roses
Cute Felt Sunflower Pillow from Fab You Bliss
Sunflower Bookmark from Make It Easy Crafts
What do you do to brighten your home?
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