I don’t see my obsession with these book page flowers waning anytime soon! I keep coming up with so many different ways to use them—like these adorable DIY flower pins—so I’m just going to keep on sharing them until I run out of ideas. Capisce?
If you’re new to my book page flower obsession, I recommend starting here at the beginning, with a full tutorial on how to make these pretties. I’ll share some of the other crafts I’ve made with them at the end of this post.
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How to make book page flower pins:
- Book page flowers (tutorial can be found here)
- Bar pins (3/4-inch)
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
Once you’ve got your book page flower(s) made, carefully add a small line of hot glue to the back of the flower, press down one bar pin and hold for a few seconds until secure. That’s it!
I added a few pins to a plain jute tote bag (similar option here). Wouldn’t this be pretty for toting around the farmers market or a day out shopping with your girlfriends?
They’re equally as lovely adorning a scarf, and depending on size of your book page flowers, they’d make lovely lapel pins, too! How would you use them?
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I love all the ways you have found to use these pretty flowers.
Thank you Julie!
The flowers are so lovely. I love all of the ways you show how to use them.
Thank you so much, Debra!