Make n Take Giveaway

Feb 7, 2012

The last day of CHA‑W, I showed lots of peo­ple how to cre­ate this super cute flower pin. You use about 12″ of Maya Road Satin Pleat Trim, 12″ of Maya Road Pleat­ed Tulle and a Maya Road Antique Jew­el But­ton for the cen­ter. To cre­ate the flower all you do is attach the pleat­ed tulle on top of the satin pleat using Fab­ri-Tac adhe­sive at the sewn edge of each piece of trim. Then start­ing at one end  loose­ly begin rolling the two trims until you get to the oppo­site end. Next, apply Fab­ri-Tac to a punched pat­terned paper cir­cle and attach the bot­tom end (sewn edg­ing) of the rolled trims to the punched cir­cle, let the trims spread out a bit to resem­ble a rose. Then using a hot glue gun, attach an antique jew­el but­ton to the cen­ter of the flower as shown above. Using a hot glue gun attach a pin back to the back of the pat­terned paper cir­cle.

Now for the fun part… post a com­ment to this blog post nam­ing your favorite Maya Road Rib­bons or Trims and I’ll give away one mini kit to one lucky win­ner to re-cre­ate this flower make n take.


And don’t for­get to leave a com­ment on this pre­vi­ous POST ~ Cel­e­brat­ing 45 Years for a chance to win a pair of my favorite scis­sors, Fiskars Micro-Tip No. 5 Scis­sors. Two lucky win­ners will be picked from the com­ments left on the Cel­e­brat­ing 45 Years blog post. I love, love, love these scis­sors and was so for­tu­nate to have Fiskars once again as a book spon­sor for Delight In The Sea­sons.

Good luck … there will be three lucky win­ners announced, Fri­day… 1 for the Maya Road Make n Take and 2 for a pair of awe­some Fiskars Micro-Tip Scis­sors.

Hugs!

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