FABRIC FLOWERS FROM SCRAPS


After many years of collecting all kinds of interesting and varied fabric, ribbons, lace and any other recyclable material and promising myself that one day I'll definitely get around to 'making things from practically nothing' again, I actually found the time to start making a variety of flowers. 

Here are examples of some simple styles that I started experimenting with at first. 

I'll be giving these away as little gifts to friends and their families soon.

 

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GIRLIE TALK - Bits N Pieces
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I love making things from practically nothing or from things thrown out without a second glance. I'm especially passionate about Shabby Chic and Mixed Media art, where you can use a wide variety of materials to create something spectacular.

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