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Satin Fabric Flower

Imagine a luxurious flower made from smooth satin fabric, with delicate petals that shimmer in the light. This elegant flower would be perfect for adding a touch of sophistication to any outfit or accessory. The satin fabric gives the flower a soft and silky texture, making it a truly exquisite piece to adorn yourself with. Whether you choose to wear this satin fabric flower in your hair, on your clothing, or as a decorative accent, it is sure to elevate your look and make a statement. The rich sheen of the satin fabric adds a touch of glamour to the flower, making it a versatile and eye-catching accessory for any occasion. Embrace the beauty and elegance of a satin fabric flower and let it be a symbol of your refined taste and style.

Satin Fabric Flower Written Tutorial

1. You will need polyester satin fabric. It’s sometimes called costume fabric. I bought mine at Hobby Lobby. It’s super cheap and it comes in lots of fun colors. You could buy as little as 1/4 yard and have enough to make several flowers—they really don’t take much fabric at all!

2. Cut squares in progressively smaller sizes. The bigger silver flower has four layers and the biggest square was probably 4 or 5 inches, so you would need one 4 inch square one 3 1/2 inch square, one 3 inch square, one 2 1/2 inch square, roughly.

3. Cut slits on each side of the square, as shown in this photograph:

4. Using a lighter (the long-handled kind work much better than traditional lighters), melt all the outside edges and down each slit until they shrivel and you like the way they look.

5. Stack the squares together from smallest on top to biggest on bottom. Use a dab of hot glue in between each layer to hold the whole thing together.
6. Hot glue a coordinating felt circle on the back of each flower.
7. Hot glue a hair clip or corsage pin on the felt.

8. Add a center embellishment if desired. Beads, gems, and buttons are cute, but be creative– anything goes!

The circular flower is made the same way, except you cut concentric circles and melt their edges (no slits needed). So easy!

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