I love cute hair flowers, but I never get the chance to make them because I have 3 boys. So, I got the chance to make a few!
I tried a few different techniques. All of these flowers were made by simply taking a strip of fabric about 2" wide by 18" long. I started by tieing a knot at the end... the not becomes the center of the flower. Then, you kind of just fold and twist while you hot glue. I'm sure there is some awesome blog out there with a tutorial on these flowers... I was too lazy to try to figure out how to take pictures while my hands were making the flowers.
This pink flower was made by taking the same strip of fabric. Instead of twisting and hot gluing, I folded it in half the long way. Then I simply took a needle and thread and sewed along the non-folded edge. I gathered as a sewed. Then I sewed a button in the middle.
This flower was made by taking a piece of fabric about 1.5" wide x 18" long. I simply tore the fabric to give it the shappy chic look. I then used a needle and thread to do a gathering stitch along the edge. I repeated with a piece of fabric 1" x 18" and then sewed the smaller one on top of the larger one. And sewed a button in the middle.
I think they turned out pretty cute and it was fun to make some flowers out of fabric.... Next up... singed flowers.
Some of these flowers were made specifically to take pictures of this cute little girl....
I had fun trying out some photo techniques and fun editing in Iphoto and Photoshop elements.
Now, I can't wait to go meet my new little nephew!!!