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Avoid Over-Spending With Simple Flower Craft Tutorials for Spring

Northbrook, IL —  It has been estimated that Americans spent around $32.1 billion on retail flowers and related goods in 2011.  According to, this amount of money is enough to fund the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for nearly seven years.  It has been predicted that this high-level spending is due mainly to expenses from Mother’s Day, wedding receptions, and other holidays. It can be assumed that the billion dollar American flower industry will only continue to grow, leaving one to wonder; how can Americans avoid over-spending?

In order to avoid spending an overwhelming amount of money on flowers each year, Americans must find a reasonable alternative to purchasing fresh flowers for every occasion. One of the most rational solutions is to make fabric flowers or flowers from paper. This handmade alternative will help save hundreds of dollars on celebrations and home decor, and because these flowers are reusable, you will not need to replace them again and again. Instead of buying fresh flowers for home decor, to decorate a wedding reception, or to make mom happy, try making your own flowers crafts.

Creating your own flowers from paper or fabric is a favorable option to help maintain a budget for every holiday; especially with the latest free eBook, 10 Free Flower Tutorials: How to Make Fabric Flowers, Flowers from Paper, and More, from This free eBook includes 10 different flower crafts, pretty enough to replace fresh flowers in the home all together. Leave flowers for your garden, and spend less when you decorate. It is the most reasonable way to avoid over-spending on decorations that will only last a few days. The editors of have collected the easiest, thriftiest, and most entertaining paper flower and fabric flower crafts in this free eBook. Plus, you won’t see your money wasted when your expensive fresh flowers die.

From fabric flowers to flowers from paper, the collection in 10 Free Flower Tutorials: How to Make Fabric Flowers, Flowers from Paper, and More will help save you money on holidays, celebrations, and other events that require floral decor.

To download a free copy of the Free Flower Tutorials eBook, simply visit:

For additional information on DIY home decor, projects or this free Flower Crafts eBook, please contact editor Jennifer Bendix.

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