Feature Wall Friday: Sewing Pattern Tissue Flower Wall

Today’s edition of Feature Wall Friday highlights a versatile wall from Amanda at Burlap and Denim. Inspired by an Anthropologie display, Amanda used a stack to old sewing patterns to create neutral toned tissue paper flowers.

Sewing Pattern Tissue Flowers Feature Wall

She hung the flowers on her wall with tape so that she could change it up quickly (as you know we DIYers like to do, right?).

Visit Amanda to see more images of her fun wall and to learn how to make them yourself.

Happy Friday!

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About Lindsay Ballard

Lindsay Ballard is a former college mascot turned political geek turned DIY fanatic who is conspiring to live in a Technicolor dream world. Her designs are bold and graphic, while her spirit is fun and full of color. Lindsay chronicles her projects and design ideas here at Makely, where she shares daily tutorials and inspiration. Lindsay lives outside of Austin, Texas with her husband (Tom), children (Zack and Emma) and dogs (Jack and Duke).


  1. These turned out so cute!

  2. Yes, I have old patterns and I am attracted to the look and ease of this project. I like that I could pin them on the wall and remove them without (much of) a trace. Thanks to you and Amanda.

  3. Julia @ cuckoo4design says:

    Love them! They would be great in a nursery too!