{Tutorial Tuesday} Fabric Flower Earrings

posted on: Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Sorry for no post earlier this morning. Hunk and I were at the hospital with Punk again. The Doc is trying to slap the silly out of his RSV. Yeah, slap the silly, it's a medical term. His RSV wouldn't be such a huge issue but since Punk was born with Chronic Lung Disease they are being extra cautious.  Soooo, I am going to call that my excuse for the lame-o post yesterday and the late post today.

We can still be friends right?


So I have been working on cleaning my craft area. Maybe I should specify. I have been trying to find the floor. I know it is there somewhere......

Part of my "cleaning process" has been trying to figure out what fabric scraps to keep and what scraps to chuck out.
I dug around my scraps and pulled out some fabric from Riley Blake. I then used the Sizzix's Original Flower Layer on my Big Kick. I cut out the smallest flower on the die.

 I then hot dog folded the flower, maybe hamburger folded. not quite sure which one. Anyway, I put a dab of hot glue in the center of the flower and then folded it into fourths.

Then I glued each of the folded pieces to a small fabric circle. When I say small, I mean small. like skittle size small.

When the fabric pieces dried I glued a swarovski crystal in the center and then I used E6000 and glued a earring back to the backside of the fabric flower.  

Now, time to go cuddle my two sick babies. Yeah, one of those babies is sick Hunk.

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  1. These are so cute! I am going to have to make these for my niece's wedding!

  2. Wow - those are adorable -- and so easy to make! Too cute. YOu should sell them!

  3. very cute and impressive work
    keep posting

  4. These are so sweet! Love the sweet 'bling' in the middle ;)

  5. Cute, quick and simple. Love it! I think I'm going to make some for my girls Easter outfits. Thanks!


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