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Crocheted Flower Scrapbook Embellishments

Do you know how to crochet?  If not, maybe your mother or grandmother does.  My Mom taught me a few crochet stitches when I was young and I was surprised to see that I still remember, albeit not that well!  Here are few photos of the ones I made.  Don’t look too closely! To help hide some of the imperfections, I stitched a few buttons to the centres.  I gave a few away and plan on using the others on handmade greeting cards and scrapbook layouts.

Making your own?  Take a look at some great links here on Triple the Scraps blog.  (Thanks FB buddy, Suzy Kingsly, for the tip.)

If you are looking to buy some, check out ones from Maya Road as well as Fancy Pants below.  They are available here.

As well, you can get some handmade ones on Etsy and DaWanda.

The beauties below are available from AnnieDesign‘s Etsy shop out of Ireland. (She also has a DaWanda shop.)

My Little Palette in Singapore sells the pretty flowers below in their Etsy shop.

Little Margie, of the USA, makes and sells the little Forget-Me-Not flowers shown below. (Be sure and check out her adorable crocheted butterflies too!)

One Life Rose‘s DaWanda shop sells crocheted leaves as well as flowers.

Looking for examples using these crocheted flowers?

Simona made a layout  embellished with a crocheted flower seen below.

Here’s an example of a digital layout with digital crocheted flowers by Amangointhemeadows.

I like this idea for storing business cards by LizzyT.  She has an Etsy shop here.

Here is a birthday card featuring a crocheted flower by PaperSpice.

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