fabric flower shop // handmade flowers

Richland, Washington

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Note from shop owner What an adventure this shop has been! I have decided to close my shop, but I’ll be back with a fabric sale and flower tutorials in Fall 2020. Thank you for your support over the years, and for making my flowers a part of your lives.

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Aug 4, 2022

What an adventure this shop has been! I have decided to close my shop, but I’ll be back with a fabric sale and flower tutorials in Fall 2020. Thank you for your support over the years, and for making my flowers a part of your lives.

Ashley Gammill

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About bagsyblueco

Sales 600
On Etsy since 2009

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Handmade fabric flowers + other delights for your home!

When I was seven, I drew stick figures and messages on construction paper and walked around my neighborhood, knocking on doors and selling drawings and delights to my neighbors.

What can I say? I have an artistic spirit.

After dabbling in different art mediums while getting my bachelor's degree in English, I realized how much I loved working with my hands and, subsequently, an overwhelming need to make beautiful things. When I graduated, I found a job which involved a LOT of spreadsheets. One winter, I began making bright fabric flowers to put around my home as a cheery addition to what seemed like a never-ending and bleak season.

I took a break from flower-making when I found out I was pregnant with twins who were born in April 2012, but once they were no longer newborns, I opened up shop here on Etsy and began selling in earnest.

My day to day life includes caring for and playing with my girls, spending time with my husband, dreaming up new flower ideas, cleaning, laundry, and flower-making.

The name Bagsy is inspired by my blue-eyed black lab and husky mix, Bagheera. Blue is my favorite color.

Thanks for visiting my shop!

Shop members

  • Ashley

    Owner, Designer, Maker

    Hi there! I'm Ashley, the creator of Bagsy Blue. I'm a wife, twin mama +1, and dog owner. I LOVE flowers, bike rides, baby curls, and peanut butter with chocolate. I currently live in Richland, Washington.

Shop policies

Last updated on January 23, 2023
It is my belief that everyone should have decor they love in their homes and wedding flowers that will last forever. I sell cheery, handmade fabric flowers, hand crafted clay ornaments, and other small gifts. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

I only use quality materials and nothing goes out my door that I wouldn't be proud to have in my own home. I am a complete perfectionist, but wouldn't have it any other way; this shop is my heart and soul, and I am so proud to make these creations for people who will love them for a very long time.

I put a lot of love, time, and effort into creating every single flower--and for that reason, they're not priced the same as fresh flowers. I'm a one-woman operation with very young kids, and in order to maintain some semblance of sanity in my home, I plan very carefully what I will offer in my shop--great quality products with the most fair pricing structure I can.

The pricing for my flowers and other designs are not negotiable; please be respectful and aware that there's a lot of work involved behind the products I offer in my shop.

Accepted payment methods

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Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits

Returns & exchanges

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More information

Last updated on May 18, 2022

Frequently asked questions

Custom and personalized orders

I definitely do custom orders! I can do custom color ways and combinations, as well as custom sizes. Send me a message and we can work out details!

Care instructions

These flowers are pretty hardy, but if they get wrinkly, wet your fingers and lightly mold petals back into shape.

If the edges fray, you can either leave them for a shabby-chic look or trim them very carefully with scissors to leave a clean edge.

If petals are lying flat, I blow on the center of the flower and it "fluffs" the petals so they won't be flat. This often gets flowers looking their best because it won't cause fraying on petal edges due to handling.


Flowers vary individually, but if your flowers are made to order (meaning they're not pre-made and ready to ship), they may take anywhere from 3-6 weeks, depending on the size of the order and how full my queue is.

Most orders won't take that long, but because I have a very young family and a busy home life, I try to be fair in the timelines listed.

If you'd like to order some custom flowers but that timeline doesn't work for you, I'm happy to do rush orders, but there is a rush fee; the fee will depend on the size of the order.

Shipping costs

The cost of shipping includes handling costs. That means materials used and time spent packaging orders as well as the actual cost to ship.


I don't have sales often, but sometimes I will have a flash sale that I'll announce on my instagram (@bagsyblueco) or Facebook page (

Sales are usually scheduled 1-2 times a year.

I price my flowers to make them worth the time I've spent and the effort in gathering materials, learning new techniques, and sending products that are the best I can possibly offer.

Occasionally, individual flowers will be priced above other products that come in groups; please read listings carefully to make sure you're going to receive the right amount of flowers. If a flower is priced higher, it takes longer to make or is made of pricier material.