These fabric flowers are easy and quick to make.
Begin by cutting out a circle of card. I drew around a bottle of glossy accents for my circle! Make a small hole in the centre of the circle.
Cut a length of thin fabric, this is a good way to use up all of your off cuts of fabric. Thread the end of the fabric through the hole in the circle and glue it down this will be the back of the flower.
Add glue to the front of the circle. Twist and keep twisting the length of fabric and press it down into the glue keep twisting and turning the fabric around to form the circle. When you have reached the end of the fabric fold the length underneath and glue to to the back of the flower.
You can make any size of flower and by using all of your lovely fabric off cuts you can create an amazing array of colourful flowers!
Don't forget to enter this months Challenge Flowers Twist Stiching Real or Faux. You could be the next Mixed Media Mojo Diva, and have your own Guest Designer Post!
Love the way you made the flowers Jannet! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
What a great technique Jannet, thank you for sharing it, love your fabric flowers! Deb xoReplyDelete