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Your flowers should be as special, and unique, as you are.
Now YOU can make an elegant handmade bouquet treasure for your wedding, or make them for someone you love who is getting married! This bouquet is the example used throughout the tutorial and comes in a fall festival combo of Green, Gold, and Chocolate Brown. This is CUSTOMIZABLE to YOUR colors.
This detailed Tutorial contains instructions for 19 different flowers, including a personalized one! You will receive very detailed directions for the hand embroidery work and assembly of the 19 flowers in a PDF format. The PDF also has the pattern shape you can use to cut out flowers if you wish, or a list of Sizzix dies that match these shapes. The tutorial uses photographs and diagrams for each flower.
These eco-friendly flowers will be a beautiful accent to YOU on your big day! You can enjoy them now, as you look forward to your Wedding Day, and for all those special celebrations as each anniversary flies by! They also serve well as the table decorations at your reception. Make single flowers for boutonnieres, smaller bouquets for Bridesmaids, Mothers, etc. This makes such a wonderful rememberance of your Wedding Day for those close to your heart!
This is a crafty destresser when Wedding details seem overwhelming! It is easy to carry along flower pieces, floss, needle, a few buttons, and let your mind think about your wonderful days ahead as you quietly complete your piece. The stitches are simple and easily learned. I purchase felt locally and here on Etsy as well. I highly recommend using wool felt. You can make it even more meaningful with special buttons you have collected, or perhaps raid your Mom's button jar.
Felt flowers are a beautiful alternative to natural flowers. They are made of eco friendly material and they will last for generations as well!
I love to make things that I like to use, so I have a wide variety of patterns as a result of that. I have sewn for more years than I care to admit to...let's just say, for decades. I enjoy making patterns and sharing them with others. I try very hard to make them as easy to understand as I can. It is my hope that this is a way of helping others make things they like to use too.