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Simple pulled blossoms

Simple pulled blossoms

Pulled blossom Simple pulled blossoms     You will need:   Petal paste Cornflour bag Craft knife (sharp blade) Piece of dowelling sharpened to a point cocktail stick wires Glue of choice stamens (optional)   Take a small pea sized ...

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Fluffly Flower Tutorial

Fluffly Flower Tutorial

Fluffly Flower Tutorial I know that there are about a bazillion flower tutorials out there, but I thought I'd share my way of making them.  It's really quite simple. Start out with about a 4" square of fabric – this ...

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Easy Paper flower tutorial

Easy Paper flower tutorial

Step 1: Draw a spiral on a 4×4" square sheet of paper Step 2: Cut out spiral along lines you have drawn Step 3: Begin rolling up the spiral from the outside Step 4: Keep on rolling until there's no ...

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Fabric flower tutorial

Fabric flower tutorial

A few people asked how to make the flower on yesterday's fabric origami box. This is an easy craft project that's a good way to use up scraps. Use these flowers to make hair pins and boutonnieres, top gifts, decorate ...

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Flower Pens

Flower Pens

I know these aren't anything new, but I needed some new pens for my classroom, and I am tired of them disappearing.  I made some flower pens a few years ago, but over time, they ran out of ink.  I ...

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Flowers (a triadic colour scheme)

Flowers (a triadic colour scheme)

I really don't have much to say about these beads. Other than that I love to "collect" Czech and German pressed glass flower and leaf beads. There are so many shapes, colours and finishes to choose between and I love ...

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Pointed Flower Tutorial

Pointed Flower Tutorial

    Pointed Flower Tutorial               Here is what you will need: Scraps of Fabric Scissors Needle and thread Hot Model glue and glue gun scraps of felt  Fabric covered button supplies (or you ...

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