Added Aug 24, 2011
i loved doing headbands and i came across a certain blogger who made a Kanzashi flower, but she was using a somewhat stiff material and i tried to use a satin material because of its shiny side, which i love, quite hard because its slippery compared to a stiffer material, but fortunately I was able to made one with the slippery material.And I’m so happy with the result, since it was just my first try. I didn’t use any template since I don’t have one, but just mere folding with my fingers along with the help of pins, needles and threads.
the flower is made of fuchsia colored satin fabric and I used a velvet coated button that i had removed from my winter skirt along time ago and bought the elastic at a thrift store.
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