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Spring Floral Tablescape

Crafting Time:
  • Varies
Skill Level:
  • Beginner
Project Courtesy of: Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores
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Description

Floral Name Cards

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Floral sprays
  • Twine
  • Name cards
  • Floral sheers
  • Scissors

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Cut sprays in desired length.
  2. Cut Twine in desired length.
  3. Drill small hole in name card.
  4. Thread twine through name care.
  5. Tie twine and name card onto floral spray.
  6. Write name on each card.

Centerpiece/Wildflower Look

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Piece foamcore 20" x 2"
  • Scrap foliage
  • Small piece Styrofoam®
  • Long greenery stems (2)
  • Full-size pink rose stems in bloom (2)
  • Rose-colored zinnia stems (2)
  • Queen Ann Lace stem
  • Lavender stems (4)
  • Mini pink wild rose stemss (2)
  • Green foliage stem
  • Wild daisy stems (3)
  • White flower stems (2)
  • Grey foliage bush
  • Battery-operated candles
  • Wire cutter
  • Glue gun/glue sticks

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Glue scrap foliage on top of foam core to cover.
  2. Glue small piece of Styrofoam® in center.
  3. Trim long stems of foliage. Insert into each side of Styrofoam®. Glue in place.
  4. Trim full rose stems. Glue in place.
  5. Trim zinnias. Glue in place.
  6. Trim Queen Ann Lace. Glue in place
  7. Trim remaining stems and glue in place.
  8. Bend long stems if desired.
  9. Add candles.

Embroidered Napkins

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Gold fabric
  • Gold thread
  • Sewing machine
  • Embroidery hoop, 6"
  • Embroidery thread, white
  • Embroidery needle
  • Water-soluble marker
  • Scissors

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Cut the gold fabric to 21" square. Turn each edge under 1/4" and iron flat, then turn under 1/4" again, and iron flat.
  2. With sewing machine, sew along each edge to finish the edges of the napkins.
  3. With a water-soluble marker, trace out the desired initials onto the corner of the napkin. Secure the napkin with the initials centered in the middle of the embroidery hoop.
  4. Cut a length of embroidery thread. Separate out three strands of thread. Fold the three strands in half and thread the ends through an embroidery needle. Pull the needle through the back of the napkin, leaving the thread loop at the back. Create a stitch, and on the back side pull the needle through the loop, pulling tight to secure the thread. Embroider with a split stitch around each letter.
  5. To create a split stitch, create a base stitch. Then pull the needle from the back of the fabric to the front through the middle of the base stitch. Pull the thread to the back of the fabric creating another stitch. Repeat for each stitch around, pulling up through the middle of the stitches created.

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