Fabric Flowers

Ever wonder what to do with your left over fabric from that amazing quit, apron, or tunic shirt you were making? Or, not to great with a sewing machine, but have a favorite piece of clothing you’ve worn down and can’t bear to get rid of because of the fabric? Here’s an amazing idea! Make flower boutonnieres/bouquets! Here’s a step by step tutorial from Once Wed DIY:

acfaad423Now this is something you could totally do with a lazy morning.  And, no sewing required.  Creswell, I know you’ll truly appreciate this!

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Check out Once Wed for all the details, but here’s all you need:

Scraps of Fabric (100% cotton fabric, in coordinating colors)
Fabric Coated Wire (also called millinery wire)
Ribbon (1/4 ” wide)
Floral Corsage Tape
Mod Podge (decoupage glue)  (original formula, matte finish)
 
Scissors
Pinking Shears
Sponge Paint Brush
Wire Cutters
All of this for about $13.77… which gets you 36 flowers. Now, tell me where you can find a bouquet of 36 flowers for $13 bucks!
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2 Responses to “Fabric Flowers”

  1. Jonna Says:

    Woah. Cute! That should be the featured craft of an anthropologie club meeting! I wanna put one of those on a headband, stat!

  2. Natalee Says:

    Jonna! There is an Anthropologie headband that totally has flower similar to these on it! Let’s make a plan, Stan!

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