Monday, May 31, 2010

Satin Flower tuTorial!


STEP 1: i layered the satin 3 times. Used a bowl that was about 5 1/2 inches and cut around it to make 3 circles!


there is 4 circles in this picture, but you only need 3


STEP 2: cut slits around circle


STEP 3 : cut off tips of each petal. FYI none of this has to be perfect because when you burn it you wont even tell!


STEP 4: now you are going to burn each petal. you will want to curve it like a petal and burn arount the edge. I used a lighter, but you could also use a candle.


this is what it will look like when they are all burned. if it catches fire, you can snip it off and burn it again. i liked the way they looked burnt so i kept it!


STEP 5 : take a piece of tulle the width of your flower. Tie it in a knot, take a second peice of tulle and then tie it in a knot around the first knotted piece, to make it look like this!


STEP 6 : Hot glue it to your petal!


IMPORTANT!!!!!!!

REPEAT STEPS 4 & 5 to make it look like the picture below. Also for this step i tied a third peice of tulle to make it even fuller!


STEP 6: Cut 4 petal apart from the base


STEP 7: glue them randomly like so!


STEP 8: you will make another tulle Knot like you did in STEP 5
STEP 8: bunch it so you can put a drop of hot glue on the knot!


STEP 9: glue it to the whole flower. after everything was glued on i went around and trimmed all the tulle to make it shaped like a flower!


STEP 10: i cut out to pieces of felt. glued one to the bottom of the flower, attached my alligator clip & a pin! Then i glued the other peice of flet inbetween the clip and pin to secure it!


My model was sleeping so you get me!!


I think they turned out so cute, you can wear them in your hair, on jewlery or clothes! i hope you understand everything, this is my first tutorial. im not too good at explaining how i do things. Let me know how i did!

9 comments:

Jessa Irene (Holiday-Haven) said...

Amazing! I think I am going to have to try this!!

linda said...

Very cool!!
happy crafting,
Linda
Craftaholics Anonymous

Chanci said...

So cute! And so easy I could probably do it! I j ust might have to andake you proud of ur wonderful tutorial!

RaCHELLE HuRD said...

these are ADORABLE and i can't wait to try it!!

Kimbo West @ a girl and a glue gun said...

these are so great! I want to make one RIGHT NOW! I don't have any satin though. maybe a trip to JoAnns and THEN I will make them!

Stephanie Lynn said...

Those are gorgeous! Great tutorial too! Thanks so much for joining The Sunday Showcase! I greatly appreciate it. Hope you are enjoying your week! ~ Stephanie Lynn

GirlyGirl said...

I can't wait for your girls night these are adorable!!!! Let me know where

GirlyGirl said...

sorry I am signed in on my daughters blog, mine is on hers if you click on it

Pamela said...

I think you explain very well. Even I think I might be able to do this. I need to get a glue gun. Just like Martha!