Seen the new rave in dog collar accessories? If not, you have been missing out! Attachable fabric flowers are the latest accessory for dog collars. And you can learn to make these fabric flowers quite quickly and easily!
Decorate your dog's collar with adorable blossoms! No sewing machine is required to follow these clear, well-illustrated steps, and from start to finish the sweet and professional-looking handmade flowers take less than half an hour!
This is a Do-it-Yourself Tutorial on how to make remarkable fabric flowers in just a few easy steps. Simple and quick - they take less than 30 minutes, and that includes gathering your materials, cutting, pressing and stitching! Better yet, they're fun - I wrote the tutorial because I absolutely love to make these, and the finished product is too, too cute!
Imagine a brightly colored posy on your MultiPoo for summertime, a pastel bloom on a Labrador for Easter, or a collar of poinsettias for Christmastime!
These fashionable and extremely popular flower embellishments will fit any size dog collar, leaving you worry-free! The process is easy with clear, concise, step-by-step instructions accompanied by a photographic guide. Many creative people are "visual learners" who will love to have such a clear and readable illustrated guide to flower-making.
The flowers are so simple to make that you can craft them in the car or while watching television, and they can be customized with endless combinations of colors. No sewing machine required!
This guide will provide you with:
- Instructions and pictures for making a custom fabric flower in under 30 minutes
- Patterns for 5 flower sizes scaled to suit any dog collar, from a teacup breed to an extra-large dog
- A complete materials list composed of items you can find at any local craft store, and probably even have at home already!
This do-it-yourself tutorial is copyrighted by its creator, The Preppy Owl. The Preppy Owl is not responsible for any injury or loss caused directly or indirectly by the use or misuse of my products. A portion of the profits from each sale goes to the ASPCA.
I have been crafting and, loving it, since I was just a little girl. My Nana's and Grandmother's were all very talented crafters. I loved to visit on Sundays with them - they would show me what they made that week and I was always amazed, intrigued and full of hope that I would get to "craft" one day. And that one day finally came, and I have never stopped!