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Kansas State Flower

Updated: Jun 12, 2023

It's time for another beautiful state flower, and today, we are celebrating the great state of Kansas with a fun project to renovate your everyday shoes! Follow along below!

First things first, let's download your project instructions!

Kansas Wild Sunflower Snazzy Sneakers
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These embroidered sneakers are a fun way to show off your style and unique taste, making them perfect for everyday wear! Use this idea to spice up your senior year photoshoot, cheerleading tennis shoes, gardening sneakers, or boost your grandkids or children's confidence by adding a little pizzazz to their shoes for the first day of school!

If you embroider your shoes, snap a quick video or picture to send it to us! We would love to feature you on our Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, or TikTok!

Download the Kansas Sunflower Design Here:

Download all past designs in the link below:

Don't forget to join our Facebook Group and share your creations:

Now, let's learn some fun facts about the Sunflower state, Kansas!

Fun Facts About Kansas:

  1. Kansas is really is flatter than a pancake. Scientists proved it when they compared the topography of Kansas against that of a pancake from IHOP.

  2. In Derby County, Kansas, a law is in place that makes it illegal for any person to hit or punch a vending machine when it has stolen a person’s money.

  3. In Kansas, it is illegal to hunt whales, even though it is located in the middle of the country with no coastline in sight.

  4. The tallest waterslide in the world is at the Schlitterbahn Waterpark in Kansas city, Kan. It is taller than Niagara Falls.

  5. Second only to Texas, there have been more meteorites found in Kansas than in any other state west of the Mississippi River.

  6. Kansas in one of the two sources of helium in the U.S.

  7. The first national hamburger chain started in Kansas when Walter Anderson opened the first White Castle hamburger restaurant in Wichita in 1921.

  8. The largest ball of twine is in Cawker City and it measures over 38 feet in circumference and weighs more than 16,750 pounds.

  9. In Topeka it is illegal to sing the alphabet on the streets at night.

  10. Opened in 1857, Hays House, in Council Grove, is the oldest continuously operating restaurant west of the Mississippi River.

That's all for this week! We hope to see your beautiful creations throughout the week on our Facebook group, using our Floriani State Flowers! Until next time, Happy Creating and Happy Sewing Everyone! Thank you for supporting our Floriani Sketching Across America State Flower Series! We appreciate everyone so much!

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It says “Download the Great Rhododendron Design Here.” Should be sunflower.

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