Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Jo's Scrap Shack 4th Blogaversary Hop!

Hi friends and happy Wednesday! If you are here for Day 2 of Jo's Scrap Shack 4th Blogavesary Blog Hop and just hopped here from the ultra talented Mendi's blog, then you are in right place! If not, you're welcome to join in this super fun hop and start at Jo's Scrap Shack for all the details!
I hope you are enjoying the hop so far! For my project, I wanted to make something that was easy enough for everyone to try and hopefully you will want to! This shabby-chic fabric flower broach is perfect for upcoming Mother's Day and would make a lovely gift for anytime of year! These are so simple to make and are a super cute way to accessorize an outfit for most any occasion! Fun!
Here's how I made it...
First, I cut 8 circles freehand in graduating sizes using 4 different fabric patterns.  Since my broach is shabby-chic, the circles don't have to be perfect at all. This is a great way to use up some of those fabulous fabric scraps that you just can't throw away.
Next, I began tattering around each circle with my fingers. As I pulled and tugged on the fabric, it stretched and became more "petal" like.
Finally, I chose a vintage-style button for the center, hand-stitched it in securely. That's it!
Add a pin of choice to the backside if you want to wear it as a broach like I did.  Or use these shabby-chic flowers in your crafting, scrapbooking or in whatever other way you can think of! Thanks for letting me share with you today! Now, hop on over to Amanda's blog and see what fabulousness she has to inspire you with!

18 comments:

Sherrie K. said...

Your flower broach is beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial~may have to try this!
Sherrie K

Granmargaret said...

Lovely work.

D- said...

Wow what a fun idea. Thanks for sharing your beautiful broach.
Crafty hugs,
Dawn
DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot.com

Jo - Jo's Scrap Shack said...

Such a beautiful and easy project to make, thank you Linsey for sharing this with us and thank you even more for participating in my blogaversary celebration this year! It really means a lot to me that you did! This flower broach is so pretty and I love the colors!
Hugs,
Jo
xox

Kren Kurts said...

So wonderful! Thanks so much for sharing your tutorial on how it is done. I will definitely try this one! Thanks for the inspiration! kReN@afourthlife.blogspot.com

Valerija said...

So beautiful. Great idea!
Valerija xx

Migdalia said...

Hi Linsey,
Absolutely beautiful!!!Thank you for sharing the tutorial!!
Awesome job my friend!!
Have a blessed day,
Migdalia
Crafting With Creative M

Pam said...

I love pins and have a large collection of them, a lot of them vintage. This is so cute and creative!
Pam
scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

Monika Weclewska said...

beautiful shabby-chic flower XX

Kellie 0:) said...

What a great and easy project - it looks awesome. TFS

Denise Bryant said...

Pretty flower pin! Love the colors and textures! I am a new follower here, and happy to have found your blog through Jo's fun hop!

Eva Laney said...

Oh how cute love the shabby chic-ness to it. That green is awesome and really sets it off. Very cute idea to make for yourself or give as a gift thanks for sharing.

Janis said...

Love this beautiful project so much!!! (I had to Pin it!!) Thanks for sharing.
So glad to be a follower of your blog!!!
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

Golden Goddess Designs said...

just lovely! I made one of these in a Tim Holtz class years ago, thanks for reminding how easy and pretty they are! We used his tattered flower dies.

Alicia

Taunya Butler said...

What a beautiful pin - love the colors and you have just made such a pretty accessory here!! So impressive!!

Sarah Biswabic said...

Your flower pin is so pretty! I love it!!

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

love this flower! Happy to be hopping with you! Carri~Abusybee
Skittles!

Heather said...

Gorgeous!! I love the colors and patterns you combined. and that center is fabulous!