Conventional store-bought cut flowers can be an environmental nightmare. Those lovely bouquets require lots of water, fertilizer, and energy in the greenhouses and fields where they grow; travel hundreds, maybe thousands of miles in refrigerated trucks and planes to your local store. All that to wilt a few days after you take them home.
One crafty way around all of that is to make sweet bouquets of fabric forever flowers. They're a great way to use up those old fabric scraps and look just lovely up on the mantle for Valentine's Day -- or any day! We made a tutorial to help you make your own fabric flowers!