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Rolled Flower Tutorial and 11 Rolled Flower Projects to Make!

I am working on a project and made 50+ Rolled Flowers the other day.

 

 I made my kids help me LOL! I love making these rolled flowers. There are so many things you can make with them!!

 

 

Here is a little tutorial on how to make these adorably easy flowers!

 

I even made a little impromptu video on how to make them if you want to check it out.

 

And here are 11 other projects you can make with these fabric flowers:

 

Ribbon Rolled Flower Hairband Tutorial @ Alisa Burke

Rolled Flowers on a Shirt @ Our Best Bites

 

Rolled Flower Bracelet @ Billie Monster

 

Rolled Flower Pillow @ Create and Delegate

 

Rolled Flower Belt @ Jones Design Company

 

Rolled Flower Headbands @ Sugar Bee Crafts

 

Rolled Flower Pendants @ Oh Hello Friend

Rolled Flower Button Necklace @ Little Birdie Secrets

 

Rolled Flower Wreath @ Megan”s Musing

 

Rolled Flower Jewelry @ Tatertots and Jello

 

Rolled Flower Brooch @ Tip Junkie

Have a Happy Day!!

 

xoxo

 

Comments

  1. I just love your tutorial. It’s very helpful.

  2. carolyne Robista says:

    HAVE STRUGGLED THE LAST 3 DAYS TO MAKE SUCH A FLOWER NEVER KNEW WAS THAT EASY AND SIMPLE THANKS. I REALLY LOVE IT

  3. Christie J says:

    Thanks for your demonstration, I am applying flowers to a dress for Little Dresses for Africa.

  4. Christie J says:

    Nice… thanks..

  5. hi Jen, love your tutorial for the rolled flowers, I have shared it on my blog,
    take care
    Wilna

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  7. thanks so much i never could figure these out until you.thanks so much…

  8. I wish I could hire you to do these. They are exactly what I’m looking for.

  9. I just love these! Thank you .for the tutorial!

  10. Thanks for sharing.. :D very creative idea.

  11. very nice

  12. Wonderful!! Thank you for sharing!

  13. Thanks so much for that tutorial. I have been wanting to make some roses but didn’t know how. Love those made out of the striped material. Again Thanks

  14. Thanks for the tutorial! Makes it a little clearer for me now!

  15. I’m going bananas over here for all the rolled flowers. I have a tote in mind with polka dots and flowers! :)

  16. One of my favorite things to make…they are so versatile!

  17. Wow, I feel inspired to make a rolled flower encrusted headband. At my age, (57- crumbs, how did that happen?????????) But why not. It’s either that or a purple hair dye, (actually, now I think about it, I could do both!!!) Thanks for the instructions.

  18. catherine visage says:

    thnaks for sharing your creations with me. I find this very informative.

  19. Thanks for all the great ideas. I’m going to try my first flower today!

  20. I love these pretty flowers Jen! Thanks so much for the tutorial..I have always wanted to try making these flowers for something! I hope your week is going great! We are in the midst of heat wave too, so I have been sharing salads on my blog this week, along with other ‘cool treats’! Angie xo

  21. I love the blue on the board background that the yellow flowers are on. Are details on it coming soon? It’s so striking!

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