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Start (or add to!) your collection of unique and gorgeous fabric flowers! Kim and Kris from" The DIY Dish Show" will demonstrate how to make these beautiful flowers with some fabric and a glue gun! That's right - no machine sewing or hand-sewing involved!
These flowers are perfect additions to handbags, shoes, tops, jackets, headbands, hair accessories, necklaces, and more.
They cost pennies to make and are so easy to put together. These make beautiful gifis to give or to even make and sell!
30 step-by step photos
Link to bead necklace "how-to" video (as you see in the photographs)
Very easy instructions to follow
Excellent instructions. Easy to follow.
amazing amazing amazing I cant say enough about this awesome pattern!!!
Love making these!!!
Great flowers for all handmade pieces :)
Cute and fun. My daughter and I have girls night up making these and we love it.
Fun little flowers for hair accessories, etc. Intstructions were easy to follow.
Love this pattern. Super easy to make and I love the way the flowers turned out!!
I love all the possibilities to use fabric flowers, and these girls have originals that are wonderful. Simple instructions, great photos.
These are by far super easy and cute to make! I made these with my BFF when she was on bedrest for her pregnancy. It kept her mind off of things and we enjoyed time together. :-)
These cute flowers are perfect for that shabby chic look. They can be used for hair, clothing accessories, home decor and a lot more. I don't think the felt ones should be washed, so make sure to make them detachable!
Love making fabric flowers with these instructions.
These flowers are so cute! I've made several hair accessories with them and the girls loved them. Just wish the link for the fabric covered bead necklace worked!
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