Technique Video: Fabulous Fleece Flowers

100607-fleece-circle-flowerRemember those Fleece Flowers I showed last week? Well I promised that I’d post a Video Tutorial for them, and here it is!

These little flowers are created using the Big Shot Die Cut Machine from Stampin’ Up!, plus the Circles #2 Die.  The leaf is from the Island Floral Bigz Die in the Summer Mini Catalog.  You’ll also be needing some thread, a needle and a button, plus a pin back or hair clip, depending on how you’d like your flower to be used.

You could turn these into headbands for little girls (or grown-up girls!) or use them as accent pins on purses or jeans jackets.  But however you use them, it’s definitely cheaper to make several using your own Circles #2 Die than to purchase them for $20 each at a boutique.  You never know, maybe you could sell them at the local boutique yourself!  🙂

Since the fleece is relatively inexpensive, these would also make a great Girl Scout project idea–or use them with any group of kids.  I’ll let you know how it goes with my Summer Scrap Campers this week!


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Supplies: Island Floral Bigz Die (118871), Circles #2 Big Shot Die (114526), Big Shot Die Cut Machine (113439),

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9 thoughts on “Technique Video: Fabulous Fleece Flowers”

  1. Hi Meg, I just love these and so glad you brought them to share at Friday’s meeting. I can’t wait to try more on my own. Great Video and excited to learn how to make the bigger ones.

  2. Hi Meg, I love the fleece flowers you made. I am a Diversional Therapist in aged care and a consultant for an Adelaide based Scrapbooking/cardmaking company in South Australia called Kaszazz. The flowers will be a big hit with my 80+ year old craft ladies. The fleece is much easier to work with. Many thanks! 🙂

  3. @ Jovie: Glad you found the video useful! Felt will probably work for this project, although I like the bulk of the fleece fabric for stability of the finished flowers.

    Happy Stamping! –Meg

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