Sunday, March 21, 2010

Tulle Flower Tutorial

Here's a Video Tutorial on how to make
the Tulle Flowers I've been posting lately.

Completed Flowers:

You can make the flowers using
silk fabric like the brown one above.
The trick though is it needs
the actual flame to it to melt.

Here's the silk flower was made into a lapel
pin and It's hangs nicely on my scrap bag.

Here's a LO using one of the
small red ones as an embellishment.

12 comments:

Leanne said...

Oh how neat is this??? Thanks so much for the video tutorial! I'm really getting into making flowers and this one sounds fun! Now to get me some tulle!

Denbobss said...

Have you thought of using a heat gun? I think it would be safer-and risk avoiding the tulle to catch on fire! Great video- thanks for sharing

Kristin said...

You can use the heat gun, but it doesn't give the same effect. It does work well to shrink the flower though.

Myrna Marcano said...

Great idea!
Thanks for tutorial.
hugs, Myrna

Krissi said...

I have been searching for a good tutorial so long now for tulle flowers and finally!! thank you so much!!you saved the day..ill post later what came out of it..:-)

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wow..This is awesome!!! I just love those flowers. Those brown and red flowers are looking awesome. This is great tutorial. Its very helpful to me. Thanks for this great post.

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