Added Apr 15, 2012
Great Yarmouth, ...
during a recent shopping trip, I discovered a pink top which I really liked. It was gathered in the bottom front with a matching flower but I found it still too pricey. Remembering a tutorial I had seen in one of the Burda magazines, I bought myself some inexpensive polyester satin and started experimenting. I had so much fun with the flowers, that in the end my top had not just one, but 5 flowers made of various materials that I found in my drawers, plus I made some more to revamp some old sandals.
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