14 May 2010

Fabric Flowers

These little fabric flowers add such a delightful touch to any lady’s attire! They are feminine, delicate, and oh-so-lovely!

One of the best things about them is that they are especially easy to create! You need only three main items to make them (+ some embellishments, for extra beauty). Would you care to guess the needed supplies?

Looking for a tutorial? It’s right here!

  1. 21 Responses to “{Lovely} Fabric Flowers”

  2. Sereina on May 14, 2010 said:

    It is lovely! I can’t wait for the tutorial! :D

  3. Hannah Braboy on May 14, 2010 said:

    Emily Rose, that looks stunning in your hair! The colors play off of each other very nicely.

  4. Miss Rachel P. on May 14, 2010 said:

    Oh, those are so lovely and beautiful Emily Rose! :D I can’t wait for the tutorial…they would be wonderful on bags or at the waistband or in little girls pigtails…you could do so much with them! :) Can’t wait to try one! ;)

    Hmm, I’d say you used silk ribbon (or maybe wired ribbon..but I’m thinking ribbon of some kind. Lol!), and then a pearl bead and some sewing thread and a needle. :)

    God Bless my dear!

  5. Natalie on May 14, 2010 said:

    Very pretty!

  6. Erica Lea on May 14, 2010 said:

    Oh my! It is gorgeous. They almost look like real petals. I can’t wait to see the tutorial. Have a wonderful evening!

  7. Lindsay on May 14, 2010 said:

    Oh, fabric flowers are delightful! I’ve looked at numerous ones online and this is one of the prettiest I’ve seen.

    I think you used silk, matches, and a hatpin. Or silk, matches, and a candle (with the bead being the embellishment). Or something like that.

  8. Alison on May 14, 2010 said:

    The flower is beautiful. I want to make one too! Let’s see… do you use fabric, thread, a pearl bead and a candle? Oh, and maybe a bobby pin?

  9. Lady Helen on May 14, 2010 said:

    Oh, how stunning! Cannot wait for the tutorial!
    Through Christ,

  10. Victoria / Justice Pirate on May 15, 2010 said:

    I buy a lot of flowers like these from lila-jo.com and know how to make them myself, I just don’t have time to. . .granted I would save a lot of money, but I do get a discount for being a continued customer. Your flower looks so lovely!

  11. Elizabeth on May 15, 2010 said:

    How pretty, Emily Rose!
    I like to make fabric flowers from a tutorial I saw on a modest clothing website and I am excited to sometime try the fabric posies from marie-madeline studio. My aunt has been making lovely ribbon flowers and they are so beautiful!

    Joyfully in Jesus,

  12. Lisa Marie on May 15, 2010 said:

    that is charming!! The edges of the petals make it look so real–as if it would actually smell beautifully.

    I await the tutorial with bated breath :)

  13. Women Living Well (Courtney) on May 15, 2010 said:

    OH pretty! I love it! Could you do a tutorial on how you pull your hair up so lovely too? I do a “messy bun” with bobby pins (I’ve thought about putting a video on my blog with it but haven’t done it yet)…but yours looks a little fancier than mine – how are you doing that?

  14. Jenna on May 15, 2010 said:

    Oh, how lovely, dear friend! You make the most beautiful and feminine things!
    Have a blessed day!

    Your Sister In Christ,

  15. Katie on May 15, 2010 said:

    The flower looks beautiful! I’m looking forward to the tutorial, thanks for sharing! :)

  16. Miss. Antoinette on May 15, 2010 said:

    Oh it is so lovely miss Emily!!!!! I cannot wait to see how they are made!!!


    Miss Antoinette

  17. Laryssa @ Heaven In The Home on May 15, 2010 said:

    I wear flowers (real and faux) in my hair a lot! Looking forward to seeing how you made yours!

  18. Elena on May 15, 2010 said:

    I love how they look so real! Looking forward to that tutorial :)



  19. Allison on May 16, 2010 said:

    Hello Emily Rose,

    Oh, how lovely! I can’t wait for the tutorial!


  20. Katelyn Renee on May 17, 2010 said:

    Wow! I hope I have the right materials to make some of These.


  21. Lauren Ashley on May 25, 2010 said:

    Beautiful! I can’t wait till you show how to make them!
    I am thinking of making a couple to put on my baby sister’s dress.

    I guess that you used ribbon, glue (or needle and thread), and a match.

    Lauren Ashley

  22. Sharon on Dec 28, 2010 said:

    Hello Emily Rose,

    It appears as though your blogging has pretty much come to an end for now, but I wanted you to know that my daughter made these adorable fabric flowers and they came out fantastic! I had been looking for a tutorial when I came across your blog. So glad I did as it was a delight for the eyes.

    I wish you well in the new year.


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