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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

DIY Sheer Blooms

Hello, Imaginisce fans. 


It's Tracey here today to share with you my new addiction. 


FLOWERS


But not just any flowers.  You see, these flowers are extra special.  Not because they soft and beautiful and polka dot and sheer.  They are extra special because I made them myself.  Grin.  I get extra excited over
things like that and I'm hoping that if you are reading right now you get that and are excited too.  So without further rambling, here they are:


Each bloom is made using 4 identical sheer, polka dot blooms found in the Fashion Fabric Flowers collections. 

Materials:


-4 identical sheer flowers per flower
-needle and coordinating thread
-i-Bond glue gun
-flower stamens, found at any local craft supply shop

Step One:
-fold one flower into quarters and put a stitch in the bottom to hold it together.


Step Two:
-fold a second flower into quarters and stitch it to the first flower.  Repeat this same sequence with each of the four flowers layering them beside and on top of one another until you have desired fullness.

Step Three:
-using i-bond tool, adhere flower stamens to the center of the flower. 


Here are just a few project ideas using these flowers:


The first one I made as a brooch for my CHA apron.  I simply added a badge Daddy to the back.


Here is the same flower used on a layout.


A small and a large bloom pair nicely to create this headband.


I used the white flower and the new badge/pin combo to make a broach that doubles as a hair accessory.




These flowers really are that simple to make and that versatile to use.  I can see me making many more of these and I hope I have inspired you to try them too.

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Have a wonderful day!

18 comments:

Jean said...

So wonderful! Thanks for the instructions. I am a new follower of Tracey's and left her some love!

June Houck said...

Tracey, your flowers are fun and fashionable! Thank you for sharing.

monica said...

che bello

Darla said...

Your flowers are fabulous, thanks for sharing how to make them!

Gisèle said...

Wow, I so looooove!!!
This will help on making a fascenator for my hair for this week's tea!!
THANKS ( hugs)

CheckerBeads said...

Love them!!! Thanks for sharing.

Anne

Allison Orthner said...

Really, REALLY, no I mean REALLY cute!!! Thanks for sharing :)

Allison Orthner

Teresa said...

Really gorgeous flowers Tracey and loved all the ways that you used them!! Love the page the best!! You are amazing!!!

Kelly Massman said...

The flowers are gorgeous and the layout is, too!

Becky Dunham said...

These are so gorgeous! I can't wait to try this! I can see using them on everything!

Court said...

GORGEOUS Tracey!!!

Scrappin1 said...

These are adorable, I see a trip to the fabric store coming up in my future :)

Debbie Garcia said...

Wonderful tutorial. You always have amazing stuff on the site

Mrs Ham said...

Your flowers are stunning. Thanks for the tutorial.

mommyof5kidz said...

Holy gorgeousness! What a brilliant Idea!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!!!

Tona said...

Love those flowers & the projects you made with them are fantastic.

Cynthia B. said...

TFS these instructions - sounds easy enough, and the results are lovely!

Pammejo said...

Beautiful, beautiful flowers. TFS pammeejo1@yahoo.com

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