hmmm...you can give them to alecia.. but i don't know what i'd do with them either. all i know is i love them!
LOVE THEM!!!Ideas:-Headband-Pin/clip (to put on your cardigan, purse, whatev)-Make a wreath-Sew them to the bottom of a skirt-Make a decorative pillow
Amazing! I love these!!! Christmas gifts???
thank you very much, I love this flowers !!!
Love these I want to make them in larger sizes and use them as wall art!
Looks amazing! I've seen these in stores on the front of small felt cushions... would look so adorable on a little girls bed or chair. Maybe even add a ribbon to create a necklace!
thanks for the tutorial! i'm making some to sew onto pillows
Oh, I love these! So pretty. Please post more flower tutorials!
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I think they would be really cool as a wall decoration. 3m has Velcro picture hanger things that wont tear the paint off the wall, way cool though!
Those are so cute! I made some but they weren't nearly as cute!
Oh my gosh! I need to make these! They would make adorable magnets!
I make these all the time and use them on broaches and headbands. I even made a cluster of them for a shoulder corsage on a vintage style dress with pearls and black chain.
Beautiful! I made similar flowers using your tutorial. Thanks for the inspiration.Rachelhttp://linesacrossmyface.blogspot.com/2011/10/felt-dahlia-flowers.html
I've been thinking of making a pin cushion out of a felt flower... I love Dahlias, I had them at my wedding, I wonder how easy it'd be to use this as a pin cushion...
thank you! thank you! i'm making these for my little sisters room as we speak! i love them! who knew they were so simple?!
Gorgeous!! I have been making simple wreaths (straw wreaths wrapped in yarn) and putting felt flowers on them. These lovely flowers are just the thing that will take my gifts from "nice" to "truly special".
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Waseem what is cool in your sense and why you like it?Hank Hendricks
I love the design, almost looks like peony flowers The gold color is nice too!
I came across your tutorial on Pinterest and made one as part of a candle cover. I posted it on my blog with a link back to your tutorial. You can check it our here if you wish - http://lilouwyn.blogspot.com/2012/10/candle-cover.html
So where are the original flowers you were inspired by? I'm curious, and your link doesn't work!
What ya'll need to do is give credit where the credit is due!! The woman who originally created these should be thanked for being so effing awesome and creative. They shouldn't be pinned or blogged about as an "easy" tutorial. She works hard at what she does and you should have asked her permission or at the very least gave her the credit for the "idea". Just saying :)
This is awesome!
What type of fabric is used & what are the dimensions of each.....or is there a cut out pattern somewhere? I need 150 of these to make chair sashes for my wedding!
Curious to know what the sizes of your initial circles are? Can you please provide that information?Thank you!
We have the same hot glue gun :D
mine does not look this neat lol. n00b!
mine does NOT look this neat lol! n00b
I'm going to sew them to my "gender neutral" car seat to make it more for a GIRL!!!!!!!
Hi! I love these flowers-- so pretty and simple! I made a wreath and attached some of these flowers. I linked my blog post back to your tutorial. Check it out if you like. http://babyyourbabies.wordpress.com/2014/04/18/simple-wreath-tutorial/I can't wait to check out your other tutorials!
Thank you for this tutorial. I have embroidery hoops with grey/white chevron fabric stretched in it. I've been looking for a 3D felt flower tutorial to put one (pink felt flower) on each fabric-hoop. Then I'll be hanging them in my girls' bedroom. Thanks again!
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