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DIY: Painted Fabric Flowers, leaves and vase.

>> Saturday, 18 October 2014

Painted fabric Flower, painted leaves and painted vase. Brilliant designer.

This is a DIY of fabric flowers for display. Take any artificial flowers of choice and assemble. Take any fabric, trace and "starch" them. Reassemble the whole pieces and it is ready.

Or, interestingly, you can paint them too. The petal, the leaves, up to your creativity. This one is my favorite, looks like a bunch of Hydrangea at first glance. Oh and the middle - buttons, artificial stamens - will do any.

Click any of the photos above for full instruction and details. (p/s: photo credits from happytogetherbyjess.com)


DIY - Two Tone Folded Roses Flowery Bow

>> Friday, 17 October 2014

So you bought a little gift or present for a friend or relative, daughter or a little sister. You have wrapped it nicely, perhaps it is not too expensive but if you can tun it into a presentable present like this, it will look expensive and nice :)

You need two DIYs here: a two-tones folded ribbon and a flowery bow. The only supplies you need -ribbons, craft glue and a scissor.

As the name implies, the folded roses will use the fold and twist techniques. And to make the flowery bows is really simple - you need to cut ribbons into different sizes, then glue them. Then glue the pretty two toned folded roses in the middle, and you aree done

Click the images to view the instructions.


Felicity Fabric Flower - DIY

This fabric flower making is pretty simple - just need a little sewing, using gathered stitches technique. Can use buttons, pearls or pinwheel in the middle, and once done can use it to decorate shirts, skirts, pants or turn it into decorative belts, headband and clips - it really means, you can adjust the patterns to meet your desirable size. Click the image below to download the tutorial.


Satin Ribbon Brooch with Decorative Beads

>> Saturday, 15 June 2013

Read this in Bahasa

I am scratching my head for the past 5 minutes or so, thinking what to write. The photos are ready, but what is there to write? Nevermind, perhaps posting the photos is for now, is sufficient.

So the made of these brooches are the satin ribbons. Except for the blue one, I choose the unshining side to because not only it is more durable, the colors are a lot natural. Some may prefer the other way around -sure, no harm.

4mm beads

To see how interesting the final outcomes would be, I use different sizes of beads, ranging from 2mm to 7mm. The smaller the size, more beads to sew on. Either way, both came up interestingly.

To read more about this product, promotion and price, feel free to visit the following link . Discount for purchase of 3 units is applicable, any design or color may apply. 

* for this one, I use the "shining side". 4mm beads

 2mm beads

7mm beads



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