Friday, March 10, 2017
Spring will be here in less than two weeks! It's time to get those springtime crafts going and break out the pretty pastel supplies. Today I'm rounding up some of the prettiest items around, from Sugar Pink Boutique. This is one of my favorite online sources for pretty trims, colorful beads, beautiful embellishments - it's like a candy-store of craft goods!
Earlier this week I shared my Easy Ribbon Waste Makeover Tutorial, which used some vintage style floral scalloped edge ribbons from Sugar Pink Boutique.
It's a great place to find goodies decorating a Easter baskets, wreaths, table decorations and everything else that needs a touch of spring decor, so here's a little taste of some of the prettiest items to inspire those sunny crafts.
This sweet Miniature Easter Egg Garland would look so cute on an Easter egg tree, draped on a chandelier or wrapped around a boxwood wreath:
Or these loose Glittered Mini Pastel Easter Eggs that can be attached individually to accent decorate or used together as a vase filler:
There are also loads of springtime ribbons for embellishing baskets & gifts, trimming tea towels and tablecloths, and making hair bows, like this Cotton French Style Bunny Ribbon:
this Sky Blue Felt Floral Ribbon:
this extra wide Easter Pastel Striped Grosgrain:
and, my personal favorite, the Pink Tulip Cut-Out Trim. This satiny, shaped ribbon is really unique. Since it doesn't fray, it's easy to cut apart and use the flowers individually or in ribbon form.
Or dress up some gift plants, table decorations or straw Easter hats with some millinery Forget Me Not Flower Bouquets. They're also the perfect size for making accessories for American Girl dolls or pairing with stuffed bunnies & chicks:
Everything comes beautifully packaged too. When my ribbon parcel came, they were tied with little bows, like a crafty gift just for me:
And Sugar Pink Boutique is also back on Etsy to make shopping even easier. Happy Spring Crafting!
Sugar Pink Boutique is an advertiser at Sew Can Do. This is a sponsored post, for which I received compensation. The opinions are completely my own, based on my honest experience with the items referenced.