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Pretty and simple flowers that can dress up anything!
My local fabric shop is closing, and lace is 25 cents a meter. So why not stock up?

Posted by Grace C. from Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada • Published See Grace C.'s 2 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Cut a lenght of lace about 30 cm (12 in) long. You will need the piece to be a bit longer if you lace is a bit thicker. (Like the pink flower above)

  • Step 2

    Using a loose running stitch, go along the top of the entire length of lace. Once you reach the end, loop hte needle back through the first stitch you made, to make a circle.

  • Step 3

    Gather the flower together, and once it it gathered as tight as you want it, tie it off.

  • Step 4

    Decide which side of the flower you want to be the top, flip it over TOP SIDE DOWN and sew up the two ends of the lace nice and tight.

  • Step 5

    Take the craft glue, and apply a very thin layer anywhere you want glitter, and sprinkle on your glitter. With the hot glue, put your decoration of choice in the middle of the flower.

  • Step 6

    Once everything is dry, hot glue your hair clip or pin onto the back of the flower. They make REALLY nice facinators!

  • Step 7

    Have fun wearing it!

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Grace C.
Grace C. · Liverpool, Nova Scotia, CA · 2 projects
There are some things missing from the supplies list. You will also need-
30 cm (12 in) lace, you may need more if it is wide lace
needle and thread
scissors
beads, sequins, glitter, to decorate it
Sorry about that!
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