Guest Post: Jeni Brockbank of Fancy Schmancy Boutique

Posted by on Dec 6, 2011 in Cake Decorating, Crocheting, Gardening, Jewelry Making, Knitting, Paper Crafts, Quilting, Sewing | Comments

Hello fellow crafters!

I’m Jeni Brockbank, an independent designer of the Fancy Schmancy Boutique and I am in. love. with holiday fabric flowers!

Don’t you just love gifts that have been lovingly created by someone’s hands?  Those are the gifts that I treasure most & why I love to support independent designers!

Just in time for the holidays, my Festive Fabric Flower Workshop can teach you some techniques that will help you become a fabric flower making pro in no time.  Consider a burgundy single layer flower to embellish a gift.

See how similar it can look to a poinsettia with pearls in the center?  Need a gift for a girl?  A lovely pink headband would put a smile on any girl’s face!

Maybe a brooch or shoe clips?  The possibilities are endless!  See how one embellishes the tree?  Mmmmmhmm!

That is my kind of Christmas!  I have had so much fun in my Festive Fabric Flower Workshop; I hope to see you there!!


  1. bear says:

    Beautiful flowers. I hope to learn to make these.

  2. carrie says:

    I love the quail “tape” but not sure where to get it… do you have a source?

    1. Hi Carrie! I don’t use Quail tape. I think you might be referring to the Peacock feathers? They are hand-curled which them a bit of a different look. Thanks so much for your question!

  3. I love your flowers. Do you have patterns for those. I use to make flowers using ribbons. Ladynblackdiamonds.

    1. Thanks for your interest! I do have patterns. My Craftsy Workshop is located here: and my website is located here: Love to see you in class!!

  4. Selli says:

    Flowers are beautiful

  5. Susan says:

    where are you located ??? do you publish the patterns on line ??

    1. Hi Susan! I am online! I have a Craftsy Workshop: and I also have a website: Thanks so much for your interest!

  6. Diana Moore says:

    I really hope this will help me a lot with some of my crafts. I also do a lot of quilting. And need a lot of tips on this subject.

  7. margaret orr says:

    love them would love to learn how to make them. good job

    1. Thanks so much Margaret!

  8. Irene T says:

    I’d LOVE to learn to make these. Do you have instructions?

    1. Thank you Irene! I do have a Craftsy Workshop: and I also have a website: I’d love to see you in class!! :)