Stamped Fabric Flower Garden
Make yourself a Stamped Fabric Flower Garden from Erin Bassett that will keep you in a sunny mood all year. This easy fabric flower tutorial shows you how to make faux flowers that are totally cushy and adorable. Use a button for the center of each flower, and you'll ratchet up the cuteness of this pattern another notch. Best of all, unlike with real flowers, you aren't limited by conventional colors. If your fabric is so wild that it distracts from the button embellishment, add a small white floral punch to the center of the flower so that the button is more pronounced.
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- Hero Arts Stamp
- Sewing machine or needle and thread
- Fabric- Tac
Fold the fabric in half with the wrong sides facing each other. and then stamp the fabric with the flowers.
Sew around the edge of the flowers, leaving a little space between the stamped flower and the actual sewing.
Cut out the flower leaving about 1/4" space between the sewing and the cut edge of the flower. Snip a little hole in the back of it and then stuff each petal with stuffing.
Hand sew a flower and button to the flower. I cinched it tightly to give it some tufting.
Stamp a leaf onto green fabric, cut it out, and glue it on the back of the flower.
- Cut out some felt circles to back the flower. Glue the felt circle to the back of the flowers and then glue a pin to the felt.