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Shabby Chic flower.

Added Apr 3, 2012

by Madcinderella

Visby, Sweden




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Flower made in organza fabric, my first organzaflower ever.




Garment Type
Bohemian, Victorian, Vintage

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    Jul 11, 2013, 09.00 PMby jennyrecorder

    I make these too, easy and very different :) I got the idea from my sewing teacher who sells hers (hand sewn) for AUD $50!!! I love your symmetry, very professional.

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      Jul 11, 2013, 09.09 PMby Madcinderella

      Thank you Jenny for saying that my flowers look professional! :D

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    Apr 14, 2012, 01.15 PMby Madcinderella

    You are welcome =D I´m not that good in english so I hope you understod a little of what I ment!

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    Apr 3, 2012, 11.59 PMby micbrown

    Nice, how did you make it?

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      Apr 4, 2012, 04.15 PMby Madcinderella

      Thank you!!! =D
      It was realy simple, I just cut out seven or eight circles in diffrent sizes, and then cut little cuts around the circles…
      Took a candle and burnt the edges VERY gentley.
      Then I laid the circles in size after each other and sew them together whit invisible thread and a pearl.

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      Apr 10, 2012, 12.46 AMby micbrown

      Cool. I am going to give it a go.I would like add a pin to the back so I can wear with a jacket. Thanks for the instructions :)

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