Thursday, June 16, 2011

Handmade Thursday ~ Felt Dahlia

For this weeks handmade thursday over at white lily greens blog im showing you a felt dahlia that i made last week.
Its very simple to make and can be used as a hairgrip,brooch etc
Im just waiting on some brooch backs i ordered to attach it to, think ill order some more different less bright coloured felts to make more with :)



Do pop over to White Lily Greens blog and check out other crafty peeps creations every thursday in the link up :)


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10 comments:

  1. I love the showiness of real dahlias and this looks exactly like a real flower. So clever, would make a gorgeous hair slide. x

    @missielizzieb

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  2. Thanks liz they're very simple to make just google felt dahlia theres a few tutorials although most of them say to glue the petals i sewed them all on by hand which actually didn't take too long lol
    jane x

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  3. Just beautiful, and life like!!! Amazing creation, thank you so much for linking up!

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  4. Really beautiful. I can't imagine how much time must have gone into that.

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  5. Thanks for the lovely comments x
    As for time that went into it i kinda didn't notice as its a nice small project to do whilst watching tv :)
    jane x

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  6. oh wow what a beautiful felt dahlia you made! i would love to make a few brooches too so this is a great idea to use felt, i have to buy some brooch's backing too! lovely blog you have!

    Susan

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  7. Wowser! I think you should do a tutorial cos that is gorgeous and I'd love to make one.

    Madison xxx

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  8. Hi Madison im not very good at describing things so tend to skip on tutorials but i got mine from online theres a link on the blog http://fabricbowsandmore.blogspot.com aswell as lots of other links to beautiful fabric flowers etc x

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  9. Beautiful and I love the centrepiece - the button or little pearly things. Thanks for sharing the tute, I'm off to investigate.

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