How to Craft a Rosy Posy


Happy Thursday, Friends! I'm popping in on Thursday instead of Friday this week to join the monthly Creative Crafts blog hop hosted by Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate and Andrea at Design Morsels. As I promised, today I'll show you how to craft a pretty rosy posy...

how to craft a rosy posy

You can craft two posies from one paper doily placemat. You'll also need scissors and glue dots or double-sided tape.

how to craft a rosy posy

Ready to make your own? Start by folding the doily in half, then cut it on the fold. Next, beginning at the corner, roll it into a cone shape, and secure at the tip, side, and back with glue dots or double-sided tape. Last, fill your posy with rosy garden blooms and herbs! 

How to craft a rosy posy

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how to craft a rosy posy

Thanks for stopping by! Next up is Mary, at Home is Where the Boat--I can't wait to see what she has to share! The rest of the Creative Craft blog hoppers are listed below:

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  1. So pretty Cecilia! What a sweet and easy way to gift flowers! So happy to be hopping with you again this week ♥

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  2. I love tussy mussies, they are such a sweet touch and using a doily to create your Rosy Posy is such a great idea! I forgot all about glue dots, those are so handy! I loved your Rosy Posies on your table this week Cecilia!
    Jenna

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  3. I love the paper doilies. They can be used for a lot of crafts. Adding the red roses into your doily cone looks so rich and beautiful. Love it Cecilia!

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  4. Cecilia, that’s about the easiest and fastest DIY ever. Very cute.

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  5. Cecilia,

    This is so pretty. I've been wanting to make for a while now.

    Enough doodling, I'm making one!

    Cindy

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  6. This is so lovely and your tutorial is great! Thanks for sharing and lovely crafting with you!

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  7. This is just darling! So smart to use glue dots...I hadn’t thought of that! Pinning!

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  8. So sweet and so simple, these were adorable tucked onto your table! Thanks for hopping with us!

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  9. Cecilia, I love this vintage-inspired, easy gift idea for small bunches of flowers! Often times, there aren't enough fresh flowers or herbs to create large arrangements of bouquets from my garden, but these would make the perfect size wrappers! I love giving fresh scented clusters of herbs including lavender, basil, rosemary and chamomile.

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  10. I love how simply you did the post without words. Everything should be so easy. The strong red and green against that white is just so pretty!

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  11. Well that is nice and simple-- something anyone can do-- even for people who may not consider themselves to be crafty! I'm going to save this for a future project I'm working on.

    Liberty

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  12. Such a pretty way of displaying flowers! I'd never heard of a rosy posy before so I'm glad to have learned something new:)

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  13. Your rosy posy is so quick and easy. The red flowers were just perfect to pair with the white!

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