I don't know when it was that I got "hooked" on chocolate. Was it when that cute boy with blue eyes, in fifth grade, shared a chocolate with me? was it when a tall dark and handsome man (who later became my husband) gave me a box of chocolates when I graduated from college? or could it be that I was predisposed to love chocolate when over a century ago my great great grandparent's family business was making chocolate?
back to the flower.....sorry, I could write a book about my experiences with chocolate.
First, you'll need some pretty fabric, sheer would be nice if you have any.
Then you'll need some beads
You will also need a die cutting machine, like the Sizzix machine, mine is pretty old. I bought it seven years ago and I've really put it to good use. It's such a sturdy machine, I don't think I'll be upgrading any time soon. If you are looking for one, I'd suggest you try ebay, the prices are incredible since new machines have came out.
And finally the flower cartreges
If you don't have a cutting machine, make yourself a few templates of flowers at different sizes and cut your fabric with your templates. Make felt flowers and soft fabric and sheer fabric flowers so you can layer them. After you have your flowers, begin layering them and gather them by sewing a bead or button to sew together the layers. Here are my flowers: I layered felt with sheer fabric and used beads and button to secure the layers in place. Check out the cute lady bugs, double click on the picture below so you can see it better. You can find these cute lady bug beads at Oriental Trading
Once you have the flowers, you can use them on your head band:
or you can wear it as a necklace
Oh my goodness, I look just like my mom in this picture. I'll have to post some pics of her so you can see how much I look like her. Makes me feel special, out of four girls, I'm the only one that looks like her.
But I decided to use them on gift labels: soooo pretty
how pretty is that!!
To make this card go here
Linky Party, click on the link to see more fun projects