Yesterday, I finished taking photos of my next feather flower tutorial. At last, after my roller coaster months of preparing my student visa application and preparing my craft supply inventory, I was able to take photos for my tutorial. If you ask me what my favorite part in creating my flower ebooks, it is the photoshoot part. I find delight in how my camera tells the story of my love affair with creating beautiful things that I share with my family and friends. Now that I have finished one, I have nine more to go. I'm already preparing for the next feather flower tutorial. Like this tutorial, it will also teach you two techniques...one will be great as a decor and the other one has a stem that you could you use for making bouquets. I think the next tutorial would be the last of my feather flowers. So far, I already exhausted all the techniques that I know of, but if I learn a new one, I would make another feather flower tutorial for you. :)
The feather flower above is the Aster Feather Flower Tutorial. This one is the basic technique that I will teach in this tutorial.