Hello Sweet Charli readers! I’m thrilled to be guest posting over here today! My name is Jax and I blog over at. I’d love for you to come over for a visit but today I’ll make it easy and come to you! Kami and I decided to swap one of our most popular tutorials! And personally I think this little lace flower is just perfect for summer and it’s super easy! So let’s get to it!
What you’ll need:
Lace Trim – Felt – Glue Gun
Step One: Trace and cut two circles out of your felt.
Step Two: Apply a thin bead of glue to the outside of your felt circle.
Step Three: Stick the inside edge of your lace trim to the glue.
Step Four: Continue steps 2&3 in small increments.
(I used an old thimble to prevent burning my fingers on the hot glue.)
Step Five: When you get to the center just cut your trim and glue end down.
Optional Steps: Now you can either leave the lace flower as is or embellish the center:
(I found these adorable brads at Target)
You will want to make a pilot hole with your craft knife, then add your brad.
Now you have a cute little lace flower!
Isn’t she pretty! You can use this so many different ways!
I choose to put it on a large bobby pin.
(When I make soft headbands I sew the elastic with a long overlap and opening so I can slide these puppies right in!)
To secure to the bobby pin slide you 2nd piece on felt through the center.
Now glue your lace flower on top!
Tada! I love the vintage feel!
Hope you enjoyed this little tute! Thanks for having me and come visit me at Aly&Ash
soon and check out more tutorials projects and fun stuff!