1. Make Your Own Bunting
Store-bought decorations are usually single-use plastic. This year, why not create some simple fabric bunting for Mother’s Day? The best part: you can stash it away and re-use that same length of bunting year after year, and not just on Mother’s Day!
2. Create an Eco-Friendly Tablescape
If you’re cooking up a nice Mother’s Day brunch this year, you can really make it shine with a beautiful tablescape. Depending on how much time you have, you can sew up a table runner from fabric scraps just for the occasion or combine natural materials to make a tablescape that mom will love. Who needs pesticide-laden bouquets when you can create a repurposed centerpiece instead?
3. Sew Fabric Scrap Flowers
If your mom is expecting flowers on Mother’s Day, you can get more eco-friendly than a cut bouquet. Instead, check out this tutorial for making a bouquet of fabric scrap flowers. They’re sweet, simple, and they’ll never wilt or die.
4. Coffee Filter Flowers
Is sewing not really your thing? Don’t fret! Check out these awesome flowers made from used paper coffee filters! They’re pretty, they’re recycled, and they’re simple to make.
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