Here’s the whole gang on our recent impromtu smores night:
I enjoy all things crafty and have lots of DIY and tutorials on my blog. I even have a link party on Tuesdays so I can see your craftiness – then I show off a bunch of you on Wednesdays. You might know me from a few of my fabulously popular posts (click picture to check them out!):
Recently I have LOVED whipping up fabric necklaces to try to step-up my style – they’re quick and easy and give a fun punch of color to my boring tshirts – – Today I want to show you a fun technique for the middle of fabric flowers.
So the base of the flower isn’t anything new – you cut 4 circles fold each one and then fold it again so it’s a triangle, then glue all the triangles together onto a circle. This is everywhere in the blog world so I didn’t do a tutorial, but here’s what the back looks like:
What I DID come up with was that fun center – and so easy. Here’s the how-to:
–Take an extra circle and put a glob of hot glue in the middle of the back:
–Plop it down into the center of your flower and scrunch/pinch the glue area, as shown:
That’s it – it should look like this:
Put them into necklace form by using my fabric necklace tutorial. See how the folds kind of fluff up –
That’s it!! Hope to see you in my corner of the blog world sometime!