I have had some requests for a flower accessory how-to, so I thought I’d share my newest flower love, the singed flower rosette. I have been eyeing these flowers for quite a while and I finally got up the nerve to give it a go. It is so simple and really opens the door for endless accessory options. The only critical factor is this: you must use polyester! That’s what melts. If you don’t use a plastic product, you’ll just get smoke, no pretty singed flower. Okay? Okay. So, it’s really quite simple.
You cut some circles in varying sizes,
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I have always wondered how to do this!! I know I already said this, but I’m so glad I found your blog!! I have a baby girl & I cannot wait to make some great stuff!!
Glad you mentioned it’s polyester you need and not silk. I have been wanting to try this! The other day we went to the Goodwill clearance center and I found a large red silky polyester blouse for just a few cents. It’ll be perfect for flowers! I love your skirt too, and I’ve been meaning to try making a skirt for my daughters.
so cute! Thanks for sharing. we are featuring you over at our blog ziggycrafts.blogspot.com
Shari @For the Little Doll In Your Life says
Thanks for the tute. It makes a cute addition to the skirt. Do you think it has too much dimension to add as an embellishment on a scarf?
oh!! thanks for the tip!
Very cute! Thank you for posting 🙂
Thank you, I have been wondering how you made them. They are so pretty!
Cute. Cute. Cute!