Sharing is pretty...
Today I’ve decided to share a list of 11 different tutorials for making and crafting roses from various materials.
Here's a picture of me waiting in the Radcliffe library for my date with a boy named J.D.
*This tutorial provided by Kate @ See Kate Sew for her win during the Knock-off challenge * Preface: I love shabby apple dresses, so I feel a little bad telling you how to knock one off.
This Mother's Day, make something beautiful for Mom. Credit: Megan Reardon
See more DIY on my "blog":http://starsforstreetlights.blogspot.com/. The skirt reminds me a lot of these flower prints by Andy Warhol-- without the color of course, but still organically shaped and random like real flowers. (See one of the pictures I added for the Andy Warhol print that inspired me :)) To make the flowers I BURNED fabric!!
This is a brief explanation for the garden skirt design. I used basic ribbon flower making techniques and the rest I just created as I went along. Hard to describe!
Admired for centuries, Kanzashi originated in Japan - worn by Maiko (Geisha in training).
here's the post i was too sick to do last week. i'm feeling better. thank you for your kind words. and no i didn't burn the toast on purpose, that actually happened (a few days earlier...i just thought it was funny and so i took a picture.) who knew that it was a perfect picture for how i would feel a few days later. but yes, a little better on the sickness...not all better. but good enough. ;) hope your weekend was nice a lovely. okay...now onto our regularly scheduled post:
Being a mom sometimes isn’t the most glamorous job one can have. Being a mom sometimes means walking around with food or boogers on your shirt, and sometimes not getting into the shower till afternoon . we’re busy driving kids to school and activities, busy folding laundry, busy wiping away tears, busy reading bed time stories, busy making it all better, busy cooking meals, busy keeping house, busy cleaning toilets.
remember a while back i made my daughter a new flower hair clip ?
something's cooking in the kitchen! can you see what it is?
it feels like it's been ages since i did a "sewing" tutorial project. i swear i've been sewing as a matter of fact if feels like i've been running a marathon at times. but nothing that i've shared i guess. so here's one that i seriously just made yesterday just because i felt like it. what you will need: *a strip of polyester fabric cut to the width of 2 inches and the length of the bolt (somewhere between 40 to 42 inches) *hot glue *lighter *felt cut into a circle with circumference of about 2 inches *a clasp pin
Back in July, Once Wed featured the Free Wedding and a lot of people left comments asking how to recreate the fabric flower garland. So, I thought I would put together a miniature version of it for everyone. It’s easy to make and can be used in so many ways… hung from the ceiling, attached to the back of chairs, aisle “rope” or laid on the table for an added element.
Fabric Flower Pin