DIY ruffles flower necklace

September 24, 2014 at 3:44 am | Posted in DIY gift, fabric crafts, Girl's accessories, Necklace, Uncatogorized, Upcycled projects | Leave a comment

ruffle flower necklace1 This beautiful ruffle flowers were taken out from an old T-shirt. I am going to turn it into a pretty necklace.

ruffle flower necklace2I added tiny blue rose buds along the ruffle flowers. Then hot glue the thin pastel green ribbon  at both end of the ruffle flowers. Now the old ruffle flowers had changed into a totally new look. Isn’t it beautiful?

Tip : You can get the similar ruffle flower from sewing craft shop.

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My little Sweet Pea and the ruffle necklace. I think she looks pretty with the necklace :).

Have a Lovely DIY day!

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Fabric flower pillow case

October 2, 2013 at 12:23 pm | Posted in fabric crafts | 2 Comments
I made these cute fabric flowers on my previous tutorial post. I thought how lovely it would be to match it with my orange and white check pillow cover.

 

Isn't it bright and lovely? The color is so cheerful.
 
Wish you have a LovelyDIY day
DIY乐

 

Easy fabric flower tutorial.

October 4, 2012 at 3:49 am | Posted in fabric crafts, Uncatogorized | 2 Comments
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Lovely fabric flowers


I absolutely love DIY fabric flowers especially ruffles flowers made of upcycled t-shirts. It is awesome to put it on a hair pin, brooch and on cushion cover. I am so excited to share another lovely DIY fabric flower here today.

Isn’t it beautiful? Yes, now you can make this for yourself. I promise this is a very simple project.

Tutorial


I hope you have fun making these lovely fabric flowers as much as I do…now I know you can’t stop making it.

Love,
LovelyDIY

Easy DIY lace flower pin.

July 13, 2012 at 3:27 am | Posted in DIY gift, fabric crafts, Girl's accessories, Hair pin, Uncatogorized | Leave a comment

Are you thinking of an awesome DIY craft for this weekend? Bingo! Here is a simple project. I used lace to make a lovely flower pin and finished by adding a little cute little ladybug on top.

Click this link to see how to make lace flower brooch: http://wp.me/pm8TM-pX

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Yahoooo!  It is Friday.

“The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is in life to celebrate.”

Oprah Winfrey

It is a beautiful Friday. You all are beautiful! Cheers for life!

Love,

Lovely DIY

Tutorial fabric flowers.

May 31, 2012 at 3:03 am | Posted in fabric crafts, Uncatogorized | Leave a comment
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I am so excited that I get to made these lovely fabric flowers for my daughter’s teachers on teacher’s day. We wanted to DIY something to express out gratitude and thanks for their hard work and dedication. These are actually made out of old Tees.

Tutorial:

1) Cut out five circles.

2) Fold the circle into half.

3) Sew them together as shown in the photo.

4) Pull to gather the petals into a flower, then stitch the first and last petal so it holds the flower shape.

5) I hot glued the bottom of the flower with a small piece of  felt then glue the pin on it. Done!

Keep the hot glue gun out of the reach of children.

You can decorate the center of the flower as you like. Such as adding beads, tiny flowers or buttons.

I am kind of addicted by making these lovely flowers.  There will be more flowers craft projects coming up soon. Hope you like it.

Love,

LovelyDIY

DIY mother’s day gift- Flower brooch

May 5, 2012 at 4:51 am | Posted in Brooch, DIY gift, fabric crafts, Girl's accessories, Uncatogorized | Leave a comment
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My childhood friend Helena Wong came for a visit yesterday. She brought me some lovely laces and unique DIY accessories. Wasn’t she so sweet?  We had a great time exchanging some awesome DIY craft ideas.  So, we came out with a light and classic flower brooch. It is very simple, check the tutorial below. You can make a lovely one as a mother’s day gift.

A 30cm cotton lace.

Stitch along the bottom of the lace as shown in the picture.

Use hot glue to paste the pin on

I finished the flower brooch by adding a peal at the center of the flower.

Isn’t it lovely?

…or  pin it on the necklace, scarf or hat as an accessory.

Try make one today!

Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers.

Love,

Erica- LovelyDIY –

Fabric Flower Tutorial

December 12, 2011 at 2:05 am | Posted in fabric crafts, Uncatogorized | Leave a comment
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As I promised in my previous post (DIY head band http://wp.me/pm8TM-ng), I am now updating the tutorial for fabric flower.

Material : Felt, scissor, thread and needle.

I love felt craft especially felt flower. You can easily create many beautiful and lovely flower patterns with felt. Besides, you don’t have to worry about the fraying edge.

 

Step 1

Cut out five “petals” from a piece of felt cloth. They should be about two inches.

 

 

 

 

 

  Step2

Thread together all the felt petals. A thread is sewn through the bottom edge of the felt petal (as shown).

 

 

 

 

 

Step3

Pull the thread tight, so that the felt gathers together to form the flower. You can add a button at the center of the flower. Isn’t this lovely? Hope you will like it.

 

 

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