Do you have a party or a shower coming up that could use a little flair? For my last Spoonful Lab, I created these Flower Name Tags, and I know the guests at your next gathering will love them. Follow along and I’ll walk you though how to make them step-by-step.
The first thing I did was create some yo-yo flowers out of a fabric that caught my eye! If you don’t know how to make a yo-yo, I show you how in this yo-yo pillow post.
Once I had a collection of yo yos, I simply sewed a button to the center. This step was important because it tightens the yo-yo down, so it doesn’t puff out like a balloon.
I then had fun embellishing! I used my hot glue gun and glued my yo-yo flower onto a petal off a fake cheap flower to give it another dimension and pop of color. I then glued a little burlap leaf onto that flower.
It was that easy! I hot glued a little pin and a piece of paper (with the name) to my flowers to make fun name tags. You could do this too or if we use our imaginations, I know there are a lot of other uses for this type of flower!
You could glue them to dowel rods to make a bouquet, glue them to little pins or clothes pins, sew them onto a pillow, or make a collage of them to make a piece of wall art. I love when one craft can be taken lot of different ways.
These little name tags were so fun for my Spoonful Lab attendees. If you love making your parties special too, you can check out the bookmark name tags and bow tie name tags I have made for some of my other Spoonful Labs.
I am so excited to share more pictures with you from my last Spoonful Lab soon! I hope you are having a great week and get to create something!