Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Ribbon Daisy flower Tutorial

Hi everyone how are you all doing ? Well we have been having lots of fun over in the Stamping Dragon Facebook group with weekly fun challenges, our monthly colouring challenge and we now have the brand new Loyalty Points scheme! pop along to the group for more information on that and the fun challenges and join in the fun! Not forgetting the current challenge over on the Stamping with the Dragon challenge blog where we have a fab prize on offer again this fortnight!
Today I would like to share with you a quick simple little tutorial showing how I create ribbon daisy flowers and I hope that you like it!
Pic 1
A selection of materials used to create the Daisy flowers ( I have also used a little bit of green felt . Not pictured)
Pic 2
Step 1. Cut a length of ribbon I used 6mm satin ribbon of 70cms in length to create a 5cm daisy but you can use any size you would like to dependant on the size daisy that you would like to create.
Step 2.  fold over the ribbon and pop a running stitch in the centre continue to do this until you reach the end of your length of ribbon and stitch the end to the centre to secure.
Pic 3 
Step 3. Again using running stitch sew a small felt circle into the centre of the daisy ( optional)
Step 4. Sew a button or bead onto the felt in the centre of the flower
Pic 4.
And here you have it completed ribbon daisies!
This also works well with small lengths of ribbon sewn individually instead of in one length.
And that's it the daisies are the perfect addition for all your crafty loveliness!

Thank you for taking the time to visit us here at The Dragons Den and don't forget the current challenge over at the Stamping with the Dragon challenge blog! also we would love to see you over in the Stamping Dragons Facebook group and join in all the crafty fun and laughter!

Thanks for stopping by
HAPPY CRAFTING!
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1 comment:

cheryl Baker said...

oh these are just gorgeous super idea and so effective too hugs Cherylxxxx

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