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Allison here with my Fabric Flower Tutorial using the Cuttlebug. The idea for this flower came to me one morning when I woke up. Guess I spent all night dreaming about it!Don’t know if that means I am dedicated or just plain mad!

List of Materials:
Cuttlebug, Large heart Sizzix die,Felt,Needle & thread, Rafia, Scalloped ribbon, Sheer Ribbon, Prima flower, Prima felt flower, Silk Rose florette, and Fabric Adhesive

Directions:
1. Cut three large hearts using the Sizzix die and arrange in a flower shape. Secure with a few stitches in the centre. Gather together the scalloped ribbon with thread and sew in place on top of the three hearts. These stitches won't be seen so don't worry about perfection!

2. Sew the rafia in loops in the centre - make them on the large side as you will trim them later - it should now look like this:

3. Using the thread again gather up the sheer ribbon and stitch in the centre.

4. Glue in place in the centre a medium sized prima flower(this helps to hide the untidy sewing). Take the felt Prima flower and pinch it underneath in the centre and add a few stitches to help gather it up. Stitch in place.

5. Glue the rose to the centre of the Prima flower and trim the raffia.


Would love to see what flowers you make using this technique! Tip: You could use the smaller Sizzix heart die to create smaller flowers! ~Allison



Organza Flower Tutorial by Christine Penaflor

Welcome to the Cuttlebug Challenge Spa Retreat Weekend! I'm Christine, and today I will be sharing how I created some flowers from organza fabric. I would like to give credit to Tresa Edmunds for the great instructions and inspiration for creating these flowers.

I began with some cream organza that I purchased at Joann's. I simply cut them using the Flower Layers die from Sizzix in my Cuttlebug. You can cut as many as four layers of organza at a time with this particular die (see photo 1).


Next, I used the flame from a candle to gently melt the organza fabric (see photo 2). You must be very careful with this step and not get too close to the flame because the organza is very delicate and can melt into a shrunken ball if it is brought to close to the flame (trust me, I speak from experience! :-D ). I found that there was enough heat from the flame to begin melting the organza when it was about three inches above the flame. You'll have to practice and see what works for you, but please note that it only take a little bit of heat for the fabric to begin curling. As an alternative, you can try using a heat gun to achieve the same effect.


Slowly turn the die cut fabric until all petals have been slightly curved (see photo 3). Next, layer each of the flowers on top of one another until you achieve a pleasing look. Try to not to overlap the petals for a better look.


I die cut another small flower from a piece of organza for the center layer, and I used a rhinestone brad from Creating Keepsakes to attach all the layers together (see photo 4).


You can also use glue dots to adhere each layer to one another and then embellish with a pearl center (as seen on the project in Photo 5).


I hope you take the opportunity to try this! The flowers are so very pretty and delicate and can be a wonderful embellishment on your next project! Thank you for joining me today for this tutorial! ~Christine



Ribbon Flower Tutorial by Nathalia Castellon

I love using fabric flowers on my projects. So today I hope to show you how you can create this flower with some of the ribbon you probably already have in your stash! I've provided easy-to-follow instructions below. Feel free to click on the photo and print these directions on your computer!


Here is my finished and embellished project using the ribbon flower. I added a bit of greenery and some porcelain roses to create a floral bouquet for this pewter cross. And be sure to visit my blog for even more ideas and project inspiration using this Ribbon Flower tutorial!


Thanks for joining us for today's feature on Fabric Flowers! Enjoy the rest of the weekend's Spa Festivities here at the Cuttlebug Challenge Blog! ~Nathalia


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173 COMMENTS:

Allison said...

oooh Christine and Nathalia these are GORGEOUS- guess what I'll be doing later!
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Ladies the fowers are beautiful! I love flowers so I'm gona give this a try! TFS!

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Love the organza flower!

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love the flowers. i want to try out the ribbon flower. thanks for sharing. :)

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I love the flower tutorial! They are very lovely.

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OH MY GOODNESS!!!!!! You ladies totally blew me away!!! WOW, WOW, WOW!!!!! Love every single one and want to play now!!!

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these are amazing!

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wow these are great I am so going to try and play along.

Prettier Stuff aka Melissa said...

I'm going to JoAnns today and I'm going to get some Organza. This is one I haven't tried yet. I'll come back and show you how they turn out.

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I will be trying this out when I get a chance. Cool ideas girls.

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BREATHTAKING, wow!!!

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`Beauty` at it`s finest...TFI:)♥

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Wow, fabulous tutorials! Thanks so much girls. You all rock!

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I love those organza flowers! I have to get some! They look fun to make.

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I have always loved making my own flowers to match my layouts! I am going to try this for sure this weekend. Thanks for the tutorials ladies.

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gorgeous! I love making fabric flowers!

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Girls, I am loving these flowers, they are all beautiful and thank you for the tutorials.

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Fabulous Tutorials! I will definitely try the organza flower ~ so pretty! Well, I'm off-a-blog-hopping now :o)

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Wow girls! these are awesome tutorials, I cant wait to try these flowers, thanks so much for the great step by step instructions.

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This is actually growing on me :) I wasn't happy with my flower at first, but I think I'm going to give it another go and shape it more when I cut it out.
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Incredible Job Ladies! These flower projects are SO beautiful! love your tut's too!

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I can just imagine adding any of these to a card, gift or even as a decoration around the house. The felt flower seems just up my alley!

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LOVE the tutorial girls!!!! I was really excited about this one, couldn't wait to see your ideas for fabric flowers! Can't wait to try some new techniques!!!
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these flowers are all so beautiful, and I especially love the organza melting technique! thanks ladies :)

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wow....beautiful!!

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Thanks for some very inspiring projects Allison, Christine, and Nathalia! I especially like the organza flower!

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I bought some organdy today but I'm having a really hard time with the heating. I'll have to keep working on it.

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I love flowers,i am insperied, thank you,ladies!

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Wow girls, these are absolutely amazing! Great tutorials too! I had a play myself using my new nesties and have posted it on my blog ;o) Definitely going to try these other techniques!
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OMGosh. I have made layered flowers before but this is an all new level! Thanx for sharing!

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Wonderful tutorials! I just posted my ribbon flowers. I had a lot of fun making them. I did decide to change a few things. I hope that was okay. I went out and got some organza and felt so I'll be trying those next. Is it okay to post a picture for each type of flower?

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Love the flowers! Thanks for the tutorials and sharing your projects. :)

Rose-Anne said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE these flowers and playing with fabric. it made me all excited when you did this.I have been working on my piece all year.I will also be pulling all my organza out of the cupboard. Love it.Thank you.

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I can't wait to try these out - ya'll are just fabulous girls!!

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I just had to try the organza flowers! They are beautiful and a blast to make! Thank you for sharing!

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I love flowers and these are awesome. I've tried the organza flowers and it was not so easy....
but I did it at last. I finished the flower with a fabric flower (with Gesso and Glimmer mist) and a little rose.
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Really impressive looking handmade flowers. Thank you :)

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What beautiful flowers and I love that I have new ideas how to use all of mine now!

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Yeah for custom made flowers!!!!

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I love these tutorials!!! Each of them are so darn wonderful!

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Gorgeous flowers! What a neat idea with organza and the candle... TFS!

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Oh my.....I have yet to try fabric! These beautiful flowers are such an inspiration.....heading to the fabric store! Thanks so much!

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Thank you so much it was soo much fun!

Christine said...

I love the organza flower. It would be so delicate and beautiful on a card. I'm off to the fabric store (hehe)!!!

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These flowers are amazing. Thanks for showing us how to get the same look. :)

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OMG...gorgeous flowers!!!! I will say that I gave it a good try.....mine is awful, but with some practice, I think I can make one that I can actually use!!! LOL

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