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Burst of Color Fabric Flowers


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Go crazy with color and make these Burst of Color Fabric Flowers from Tiffany Windsor. These flower crafts will brighten up any room in your home. Not only are they a low-cost, minimal-effort alternative to real flowers, you can put together color combinations that can't be found in nature. For instance, you're able to experiment with wild combos like neon and pastels. Once you're satisfied with their colors, you can make brooches and hair accessories with these eye-popping accents. This no-sew project is a piece of cake. After all, there's no watering required!

Burst of Color Fabric Flowers


  • Aleene’s Fabric Fusion Peel & Stick Sheets
  • Aleene’s Fabric Fusion Permanent Dry Cleanable Fabric Adhesive
  • Scissors
  • Fabric flower petals (hand cut or die cut)
  • Black seed beads



  1. Die cut or hand cut flower petals from fabric. I like to use 6 – 9 petals for my flowers. Vary the sizes and shapes for fullness.

    Burst of Color Fabric Flowers
  2. Cut Aleene’s Fabric Fusion Peel & Stick Sheets to size to fit in between flower petal layers. Peel paper liner from adhesive and press onto petal.

    Burst of Color Fabric Flowers
  3. Continue to add adhesive between each petal layer until you have built up 6 – 9 layers.

    Burst of Color Fabric Flowers
  4. Next, press into a ball and roll between hands. This will ruffle the edges of the cut fabric.

    Burst of Color Fabric Flowers
  5. Open flower and next start to roll the top petal layer into a ball in the center of the flower. Continue to add each layer to the ball by pulling the petals up and pressing into a ball in the center of the flower.

    Burst of Color Fabric Flowers
  6. Repeat for all layers until the entire flower is rolled into a ball. Press firmly down on the top of flower to ruffle petals.

    Burst of Color Fabric Flowers
  7. Carefully open the flower to reveal the center.

    Burst of Color Fabric Flowers
  8. Squeeze Aleene’s Fabric Fusion Permanent Glue into the center of the flower to create a puddle of glue.

    Burst of Color Fabric Flowers
  9. Pour seed beads into glue.

    Burst of Color Fabric Flowers
  10. Gently tap the seed beads into glue with finger.

    Burst of Color Fabric Flowers
  11. Shake off excess beads into a container.

    Burst of Color Fabric Flowers
  12. Let flower dry overnight. Can be used on washable wearables or other crafting projects after glue has cured according to bottle instructions.

    Burst of Fabric Flowers


For a comprehensive video tutorial of this project, check out How to Make Colorful Layered Fabric Flowers.


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