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How to Make a Fabric Flower Brooch and Hair Clip

Fabric flower brooches can instantly bring life and color even to the simplest wedding dresses.  Make two or three of these to pin to your bridal sash for a little pop of color or to your entourage's dresses to make their outfit look more romantic.  This is also a great wedding favor idea to your female guests.  This also doubles as a fabric flower hair clip for your cute flower girls.  

Materials:

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Clockwise: 1. Fabric Flower, 2. Square Fabric, 3. Hair
Clip (Alligator Clip), 4. Brooch Pin

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5. Hot Glue

 

STEP 1:

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Get your square fabric and glue gun.

STEP 2:

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Put some glue on one of the sides and fold.

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The Folded Side

 

STEP 3:

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Put some glue at the opposite side, and then fold.

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Both sides already folded.

 


STEP 4:

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Glue each opposite unfolded side, and then fold.

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This is how it looks like at the front of the base after you
have folded all the sides.

 

STEP 5:

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Get your alligator clip. Then flip the base with the back
side facing up.

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STEP 6:

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Open the clip and slide the base with its back side up.

 

STEP 7:

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Put a strip of glue at the back side of the base where you
want the clip to be positioned, and then press to secure
the base.

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STEP 8:

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Unlock the brooch pin, and then put some glue at the
base.

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STEP 9:

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Attach the brooch pin to the base. Don’t worry if it
looks messy.

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This is how it looks like at the right side.

STEP 10:

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Get the fabric flower and flip it with the back facing up,
then position your brooch pin and hair pin base at the
center of the fabric flower’s back.

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STEP 11:

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Put some hot glue at the back side of the brooch and hair
pin base, and then attach it at the back side of the flower.

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STEP 12:

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Trim the extra fabric and you’re finished! You can also
trim the back side of the flower first before you attach
the brooch and hair pin base.


You can also use these steps in attaching your fabric
flowers on headbands or belts.

 

The fabric flower used in this tutorial:

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Carnation Sew and No Sew Tutorial  |  $6.00

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Other fabric flowers that you can also use:

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Summer Amelie Tutorial  |  $7.50

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Knotted Chrysanthemum  |  $8.50

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Two Rose Flowers  |  $15.00

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Hand Pressed Ranunculus  |  $11.00

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All Fabric Flower Tutorials  |  $118.97

SAVE 30%!

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