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Scrappy Flower Statement Necklace


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Give your wardrobe a stunning makeover with this Scrappy Flower Statement Necklace.  Perfect for pairing with almost anything in your closet, this fabric flower necklace tutorial is easy and fun for crafters of all skill levels.  No matter what kind of fabric you happen to have on hand, chances are you'll have everything you need to create your very own floral statement necklace.  This project also makes a great gift for girls of all ages and you can create floral combinations in any color or number.

Scrappy Flower Statement Necklace



  • Aleene's® Fabric Fusion® Permanent Fabric Adhesive
  • Tulip® Fashion Glitter® in Gold Fine (23540)  
  • Aleene's® Original Tacky Glue®
  • Tulip® Glam-It-Up!™ Iron-On Crystals™
  • Straight pins
  • Tweezers
  • Felt square – beige
  • Tulle – beige
  • Scissors
  • Sewing machine
  • Fabric (1/4 yard) Gold, Beige
  • Measuring tape
  • Ribbon – beige – 1 yard of 1" wide
  • Cotton swabs



  1. Cut three strips from each fabric:    Gold: 3” wide by 7” long; Beige: 2” wide by 7” long; Tulle: 1” wide by 7” long.
  2. Sew a gathering stitch down the middle of each strip.
  3. Gather each strip, fold in half, and form three flat rosettes from each strip.
  4. Using Fabric Fusion, glue the three gold rosettes onto the felt, holding in place with pins until set.
  5. Glue the three beige rosettes on top of the gold rosettes and let dry.
  6. Fray the edges of the fabric.
  7. Dab Tacky Glue around the edges of the rosettes with a cotton swab. Sprinkle Silver Glitter on the beige fabric and Gold Glitter on the gold fabric. Let dry then shake off excess glitter.
  8. Glue the three tulle rosettes of top of the beige rosettes. Let dry.
  9. Roll and twist three sections of tulle into a knot, hand sewing to hold together.
  10. Glue knotted tulle on top of the three rosettes, holding in place with straight pins until dry.
  11. Use tweezers to apply crystals in a random pattern on the rosettes. Set in place with the Cordless Heat-Setting Tool, following instructions on package.
  12. Cut ribbon in half and glue ends to necklace with Fabric Fusion to complete.

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