Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Rolled Fabric Flowers


Love these pretty rolled fabric flowers? 


Well they are super easy to make!
And they can be used for so many things!
Attach them to hair-clips, headbands, picture frames,
 lamp shades and so much more!

OK lets get started 

What you need
Strips of fabric I use about a 2-4" wide strip
A hot glue gun 
 Felt to use for backing


The wider and longer your strip of fabric 
the bigger your flower will be. 

Take the tip of one end and gather it together 
and loop it through to tie a knot at the end.


Pull tight


take the end of the knot
 and press it to the knot with a small dot of glue


begin to bunch and twist the fabric as you add a dot of glue every so often to keep the layering in place.
Keep twisting and wrapping around attaching with dots of glue.


Once your flower is as big as you want 
take the tail end and press to the backside with hot glue



With the backside up cut a circle of felt or fabric

Glue with hot glue in circles on one side of the felt.
Press onto backside of fabric flower.
Let Dry 


Then you have a pretty fabric flower!


I went ahead and made another one and attached it to a headband and added embellishments 

(Note my frizzy hair lol)
These rolled flowers are fun and versatile!

Leave comments for any questions and I can clarify.

Love <3 Lace 

2 comments:

  1. These are definitely easy to make. You showed me how to make them. :)

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    1. They really are! Thanks for the comment!

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