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Yesterday I showed you how to make this ombré infinity scarf and as promised here is the tutorial to make the matching t-shirt flower embellishment! your going to need:
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Today I’ve decided to share a list of 11 different tutorials for making and crafting roses from various materials.
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.
This Mother's Day, make something beautiful for Mom. Credit: Megan Reardon
remember a while back i made my daughter a new flower hair clip ?
Admired for centuries, Kanzashi originated in Japan - worn by Maiko (Geisha in training).
And this time we are sharing how Olga has made these gorgeous flowers. You will need: crepe paper, threaded needle, embellishments for centres (I had only white paper, so I colored it with glimmer mist) Cut 5 circles of different sizes.
Phew! This week has been INSANE. Yeah, and that makes ME insane for trying this Tutorial Week thing at the same time as moving. It's just, I thought since I had the stuff MADE, and most of the photos taken, it'd be no problem! I just didn't take into account the PHYSICAL EXHAUSTION I'd be feeling from all the moving stuff, and the emotional weariness from all of it. And I am DOG tired.
Hi friends! Today I'm excited to share a follow-up to my DIY Fabric Poppy Flower Gift Toppers that I posted this past November. For this project we'll use the same basic process that I shared last time, and then add just a few more steps to create some gorgeous Peony Accessories and Gift Toppers that are perfect for Springtime! This DIY post was sponsored and made possible by Method ..."Clean Happy." Check out their brand spankin' new 'Cleans Like a Mother Video' featuring Noah, the official spokesinger of Method (isn't he awesome), for a closer look at their playful mission:
These aren't your grandma's flimsy fabric flowers. These beautiful blossoms are tough enough to take daily abuse, which means they can be attached to clothes, accessories, even keychains. Here's what you'll need to make some yourself: synthetic fabric (wide ribbon works well, also), a pencil, scissors, a candle, a lighter, a bowl of water, thread, needle and some random beads or buttons
my recent posts have been somewhat lacking in any actual craft projects so here is an update of what i've been making lately! this is made of several layers of tinted recycled dictionary pages it is fairly thick and substantial i made it as a brooch but i'm not sure how long lasting it will be, i'm thinking of varnishing it but i really like to be able to feel the textures hmm next up is a rather girly brooch made of vintage lace and a truely gorgeous diamonte button i made these two about a week ago in a fleeting crafty moment i suddenly felt the "urge" to craft!
If only your man brought home fresh flowers for you every day?