Hello 36th Avenue readers!!

My name is Angelina and you can find me blogging over at Ruby Jean’s.
 
I can’t believe that Thanksgiving has come and gone and we are now rapidly approaching, the celebration of Christmas and Yes! The ushering in and the welcoming of a brand New Year,
2013!!
Every year I seem to get caught off guard because of the rapid whirlwind of the Holiday Season and I quickly find myself unprepared when it comes time to celebrate the New Year!
So if you are anything like me, I thought I would offer a quick and easy solution to bring a bit of life to your New Years Eve celebration in a matter of just Minutes!!
I am sharing with you this DIY Flower Pin Tutorial
 
 
 
I had some left over Fleece Fabric from my Diy Fingerless Gloves project I shared here.
( you could use whatever fabric you have on hand. Cotton’s, Flannel, Satin’s, lace, etc… )
 
 
I cut just slightly over 1 inch strips on the fold of the fabric giving me the full length of the fabric,
for long strips.
Using my scissors I snipped the fleece into fringe, being sure not to cut all the way through.
 

 

With both of my strips now prepared, I began rolling my red strip and tacking it in place with a dab of glue every few roles. You can hand stitch if you would prefer not to use hot glue.

 

This is what the Front and Back of your flower will look like.
I then cut a separate piece of my red fleece, shaping it to fit the form of my flowers and then hot glued some pins on the back.
Since my flowers were big and heavy I hot glued pins on the back of each flower.

This project LITERALLY took me less than 10 minutes to make.

   

So when you find yourself (like me) running to a last minute New Years Eve party and are in need for something quick to show everyone that you are ready to celebrate,
this may just be the solution for you!

 
Hey, just think!
If you get started now you may even be able to make some Extras to give away as gifts!
But! Then again, look whose talking! Mrs. Last Minute herself! :)

               

May your New Year, be Happy, Joyful and Very Blessed!!!
Thank you Desiree, for having me over once again to share with your blogging friends.

   

So cute and easy!

This flower pin also would make a great Stocking Stuffer or adorable hear accesories.

Make sure to stop by Ruby Jean’s and say hi to Angelina and take a look

of some other super cute projects and recipes.

Dipped Chocolate and Hazelnut Candy Canes.

and her fun Man’s Wreath.

You can also follow Angelina on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

Thank you for the visit my friends!

Besos

Desirée

 

Desiree
Hi there! After years of working in interior design, I fueled my passion for DIY into my own little corner dedicated to creativity. I am grateful that blogging has given me the opportunity to do what I love and share my passion for transforming, creating and reinventing with our readers.
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8 Responses to DIY Flower Pin Tutorial

  1. Kelly says:

    SUPER stinking cute, Angelina :) Have a fabulous weekend…

  2. Grey says:

    A fun project from a creative lady! Thank you Angelina and Desiree.

  3. Ruthie says:

    What an adorable idea and a super cute model too! How fun !! Pinned :)

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