The fun doesn't have to stop once you have your quilt quilted & bound... Now it's time for the flourishes & bling...
You are not just limited to finding things on sewing blogs, check out scrapbooking ones as well, many of the things translate over to fabrics quite well!
Beading - Basic Beading requires only a needle, thread and beads. There are just two stitches to learn—a stop stitch and a running stitch. Other stitches are variations of these two basics.
Want to do a quick project here's a neat one - zipper flowers from riley blake designs
Silk Lotus Flower from Threadsmagazine.com
Fabric Flowers - a tutorial is posted at the CREATE blog. It is complements of Carina Lindholm a crafter in Sweden, check out her blog, there is a built in translator.
Rolled Fabric Flowers - Simple and sweet can easily describe these cute flowers that you can use to decorate pretty much anything! Katie @ Pincushion Creations has an easy tutorial.
Fabric Pinwheel - Very simple and cute, a great addition to almost anything from Little Livingstone blog.
Rick Rack Roses - these are just too cute. You can use differect sizes of rick rack to make different sizes. Check them out here at mylifeandkids.com