Diy Flower Necklace

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I am so happy to be contributing over At the Picket Fence. So just in case you missed the post I shared, here it is.


I don’t know about you but I am a the kind of girl that NEVER gets tired of having, wearing or getting flowers. So if your anything like me, you will certainly love the tutorial I have for you today

Well, let’s at least hope so.

First you are going to draw a circle ( the bigger the circle the bigger the flower ) and then draw scallops around in a spiral shape. You will place your pattern piece on top of your fabric and cut out. I used felt for my flowers. Once your felt is cut out into a spiral shape you will wrap it around and use dabs of glue to hold in place. You can go HERE to see an example of that. I hot glued some pearls in the center of my flowers.

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Once I was done making all my flowers I put them on top of a separate piece of felt in the shape of a necklace. I traced the shape  and then cut out. I scalloped my edges with scallop scissors I got here. I then cut 2 pieces of ribbon (long enough to be tied around the neck) and hot glued those to both edges. Then I began hot gluing my flowers in place.

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And, there you have it!! A Beautiful Flower Necklace, in a matter of minutes.

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This necklace would be pretty in almost any color combination.

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 It would also make a fabulous inexpensive Bridesmaid gift.

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Or, just simply make one to wear on that special night out with your Sweetie.

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No matter how you make it or wear it. You are sure to be a Stylish hit where ever you go!!


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  1. Well, aren’t YOU a clever girl? That is so very cute. I can see making those for different holidays- like green and white for St. Paddy’s day coming up. Very sweet! xo Diana

  2. LOVE it Angelina!! I bet Gabrielle and Emanuelle would love one too!

  3. What a lovely necklace and a beautiful model!

    Hugs, Mary Beth

  4. Love this!! So many inspiring projects – endless inspiration! :)

  5. That necklace is soooo pretty paired with her beautiful hairstyle! (:

  6. That is SUPER CUTE!!!!!

  7. This are beautiful! I love the colors with your robin’s egg shirt… one of my favorite combos.

    I’d be thrilled if you’d link up at this week’s Off the Hook!

  8. This is so pretty! I missed so much again. My computer was all wonky and such. I now do not have a blog roll. I have to re add it all back again and of course with my trip to Ireland coming up that is not happening now. Hope all is well otherwise. The color combination here is so pretty, with the shirt.

    • Angelina says:

      AWE!!! Thank you, Debbie. Goodness it just seems like yesterday that your Sons Band team trip to Ireland was just announced, Yesterday! How fast the time goes :)

  9. What a pretty accent (and beautiful model too!). Thanks so much for sharing your creativity. I’d really like to make one of these. Pinning! :)

  10. Gorgeous! I love making DIY necklace too :-)


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