6. I am adding this recycled bag flower from “Growing Up Creative.” I know, I said no kid stuff. But, I snuck this in because it was eco-friendly. Tali suggests spraying some perfume on the flower when it is completed. Maybe, to keep the flower squeaky green, spray essential oils or a natural perfume that your mom will love. Also, if you don’t have a pipe cleaner hanging around, use a twist tie and a twig.
7. “Maya*Made” uses a shredder scissor to create an indoor garden. Recycled newspaper, maps, and vintage sewing patterns all get snip, snip, snipped. All of Maya’s tutorials are wonderfully green and creative.
8. “Alpha+Mom’s” plantable flower paper is gorgeous. You may want to grab a child for this one too.
9. Folded and Sewn Ribbon Rose from Divan Niekerk
10. Felted Knitted Flower from Susan B. Anderson