Latest Flower Rangoli Designs – Step By Step (Tutorial)

Latest Flower Rangoli Designs 2017 – 2018 — Simple Kolam Designs — Freehand Muggulu

How to make beautiful rose flower

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All the work is done, it remains only to collect

That rosette ready. The height of 40 cm.

I would be very glad if someone will come in handy.
courtesy: stranamasterov

How to Make CD Mosaic Flower Pot

Brilliant DIY Ideas To Recycle Old CDs. Mosaic Flower Pots Recycled.

Required Material:
– CDs (3 or more pieces)

– scissors

– glue PVA (or superglue)

– plastic pot

– acrylic paint (or plain)
1. Cut the disks into pieces of different sizes and shapes.

2. Gradually apply the glue on the flower pot and start to stick the disc. Do not forget to leave a little space between the parts.

3. Continue paste until it will cover the intended part of the pot and leave to dry the glue.

4. Prepare the paint and start to put it in the gap between the pieces of discs. Try to keep all the lines were neat. When you have filled in all the gaps paint, leave it to dry. When the light will fall on the pot, it will “light up” where the sun rays are reflected.

courtesy: makeiteasycrafts

DIY Flower Vase Out of Plastic Bottle

I would like to show how I made a flower vase out of plastic bottle. This flower vase can be used to keep both artificial and natural flowers. For keeping artificial plants or flowers use pebbles or sand in order to fill the vase and for natural flowers use water. This piece of craft is completely made out of plastic bottles. We use a lid of relatively large container as a base for the flower vase. Use spray paint or painting brush to paint the flower vase.

Required Materials:

1) Plastic bottle

2) Lid of a container

3) Artificial plants or Natural flowers

4) Pebbles

5) Cutting blade

6) Glue gun or any adhesive for plastic bonding

7) Iron box

8) Spray paint or Acrylic paint


First of we shall make the vase from the plastic bottles. For that,

1) Take any plastic bottle of desired shape. Decide the required size for your flower vase and select a plastic bottle.

2-3) Cut out the top quarter of the plastic bottle as shown in the image. 4-5) Now using a hot iron box curve the brim of the cut out plastic bottle. Set your iron box to a low temperature and slowly slide the brim of the plastic bottle on the surface of the iron box in a circular motion. 6) Now take a lid of a container. While selecting the lid it should have a size approximately equal to the brim of the bottle so as to get a good shape for the flower vase. 7-8) Apply hot glue at the center of the lid top and fix the bottle head on to the top of the lid as shown in the image.

Painting Vase:

Now we have made a simple flower vase.

1-2) Using a white acrylic spray paint paint the flower vase. Apply a second coat a few minutes after the first coat.

3) Now I have made one more flower vase in the same way. You can try with bottles having different shape and size. 4-5) This time I have planned to give a black acrylic color for the second flower vase. 6-10) Finally, i have made one more flower vase to give a gradient effect on it. For this, the flower vase is lay down and spray painted with black on one side. Thereafter on the other side it’s spray painted white as shown in the image.

Add Plants or Flowers:

Finally, we need to place plants or flowers inside the flower vase. We can keep both artificial and natural plants and flowers in this flower vase.

1-6) For an artificial plant or flower use pebbles or sand in order to fill the vase. I have placed to artificial plants in the black and white flower vases.

7-9) Now, for a natural flower we can fill the vase with water. This could extend the freshness of flower in flower vase. I have placed a bunch of red roses in the flower vase as shown in the image.

Flower Vase:

So we have finished the Flower Vase. It’s a cheap flower vase as it’s a recycled plastic bottle craft. Hope you all enjoyed this tutorial.

How to make a Bead of Marigold Flowers

Summer has come to an end, many flowers have faded, and therefore saving the variety of natural colors gradually subsides. But as long as the fall is not fully come into its own, you can still enjoy the latest colors of the season. One of the few flowers that still we are pleased – it marigolds. So what exactly it today and we’ll weave.
We need:
– beads № 11: orange, yellow and green,
– wire diameter 0.2 mm
– green thread for winding leaves flowers and stems.
As a model for the production of marigold Bead here I took the flowers, which are now in full bloom in our yard.

Each of our flower buds will consist of 4 petals series.
The first row will be the smallest petals. To take them 35 cm long, and the wire is first typed on it 5 yellow beads.

We place the beads in the middle of the wire, and then the loop consists of beads and twisting the wire underneath 2-3 turns. Thus it is necessary to loop of beads turned around in the middle of the wire.

Further, at each end of the wire adjacent to the first loop should be done even for one the same eyelet of the beads. Choose any of the ends of the wire, we collect it 5 yellow beads

and twisting one loop, placing it almost came to the first eyelet.

After that, another exactly the same loop of the 5 yellow beads do at the second end of the wire.

It remains to twist together the two ends of the wire – the first series of petals ready to bud.

For the second series of petals take the wire length 60 cm. First, the wire 5 recruit orange beads and twisting of this loop, placing it at about 15 cm from one end of the wire.

All further weaving are conducting only at the long end of the wire. We recruited him 12 yellow beads,

we add these beads arc over the first loop,

We pull a wire to the beads formed close to the first eyelet and twist the wire 2-3 turns. We get a second loop, located on the first flush. These two loops will form a first flap of the second row.

Next, in the same – long – the end of the wire is necessary to weave more of the same 5 petals. For the first tabs of the second tab is typed on a wire 5 orange beads

and twisting one loop, placing it at a distance of about 5-7 mm from the first petal.

Then, the wire 12 is typed yellow beads,

We add up these beads arc closely above the first lobe and the second loop wire twisting 2-3 turns. The second petal ready.

Similarly, we are continuing to weave at the long end of the wire the same pitch. Note: Because the beads may vary slightly in size from each other, it is possible for the upper loops must be taken not exactly 12 beads, and a little more or, on the contrary, a slightly smaller number of beads. The exact number of beads is not critical; but it is important to make sure that the loops in one lobe are disposed closely to each other, wherein the petal to look smooth, and that the upper eyelets on the wire were not visible voids.

Gradually, as the number of petals intertwined, we can see that the petals start to like “crawl” on the edges of each other – this is normal; With this arrangement, the petals of the flower bud will collect much simpler than when there is a distance between the petals.

Total for the second row has to weave on a single wire, 6 petals.

To petals woven series are not lost, just join them. Take the first row of petals, insert it into the middle of the second row of petals

and twisting together the ends of the wire. In this case, the pitch of the second series of circumferentially uniformly distribute that between any adjacent petals was the same distance.

We leave for some time to get part of the bud and proceed to the weaving of the third row of petals. To take it a wire length of 80 cm. 6 petals must weave on this wire. Petals weaving technique – is the same one we used to weave the petals of the second row, but only one lobe of the third row will consist not of two but of three loops.
Making the first petal: its first loop consists of 5 orange beads. This loop, as in the second series weaving beams, in place of 15 cm from one end of the wire, and further braiding are conducting only at the long end of the wire.

The second loop lobe consists of 12 orange beads.

The third eyelet 19 comprises a petal of yellow beads.

The remaining petals similarly. The first loop of each next lobe (5 orange beads) are placed approximately 7-9 mm from the previous one lobe.

The second loop in each petal of this series consists of orange beads. A number of beads, as I noted earlier, is approximately equal to 12, but may be slightly different.

The third loop in each lobe of the current series consists of yellow beads (standard – 19 beads).

Thus only this wire 6 petals for the third row of the bud.

After the completion of the third row of weaving petals attach it to Bud: take already joined together the first two rows of petals, insert them into the middle of the third row

and twisting together the ends of the wire. The pitch of the third row, as usual, is uniformly distributed over the circumference.

Side view of the bud at this stage:

Next, we do the fourth row of petals. In this series, all the petals are also the same, but they are lagging individually, so each petal take the wire length of 40 cm. The petals of the 4th series are very similar to the petals of the third series, the difference between them is very small.
First, we make the first loop – it consists of 5 orange beads. As each petal separately, the first place on the middle of the loop wire.

For the second loops to choose from two ends of the wire shorter (if both ends of the wire exactly the same, then choose any of them), and recruited him 12 orange beads.

As usual, we add these beads arc closely over the first loop

and twisting the wire by 2-3 turns.

For the third loops, select the longer end of the wire and recruit him 19 yellow beads.

Bend the end of the wire with beads of arc recruited over the second loop,

and tolerate the other end of the wire through the last dialed bead.

Tighten the wire making sure that the yellow beads formed the third loop of the previous two,

and then twisting together the two ends of the wire. Petal ready.

Total for the 4th series bud needs to weave these 8 petals.

After all 8 petals are ready, we collect them together. To do this, take the length of wire 30 cm long and consistently “stringing” him all the petals of the 4th row, passing this piece of wire through the yellow bead, located at the base of each petal.

We pull all the petals close together, align the ends of the additional wire and twisting them together with a few turns. Please note: we now only curl the ends of the additional wire; the ends of the wires coming from the petals until all together do not twist!

Next, we place a bud on the desktop so that the upper part of the bed was directed to a table and straighten towards the end of the wire coming from the petals of the 4th series (of each petal there is a two twisted with each other end of the wire – to untwist them is not necessary). On each such pair of ends of the wire extending from the petal, dial 8 green beads. Similarly, we proceed with an additional wire, which collected the petals of the 4th row. Total for each of the 9 pairs of wire ends need to dial 8 green beads.

Putting it all ends of the wire together and pulls all the green beads close to the bud.

Check to the fourth row of petals was a close 3rd near the petals, and then twisted together all the ends of the wire from the bottom of the flower.

Flower bud ready. We leave it for a while and move on to the production of leaves.
The leaves of marigolds – components; Each sheet consists of numerous narrow leaves: central and located them pairwise multiple rows of the same leaves. In appearance marigolds leaves are very similar to the leaves of mountain ash. Since our website is already a master class in weaving rowan beads, then we will do the leaves of marigolds on the already known scheme. So we go here on this link (master-class will be opened in a new tab) and make the necessary us the number of leaves. Note:. For every little leaf rowan we take the wire length of 25 cm for leaves marigold same will be enough to take the wire length of 20 cm (you can even slightly less, but in a very short wire is inconvenient to weave).
The number of leaves that need to weave for each flower, depends on your desire. The more leaves, the will be more lush look ready bouquet of marigolds. I recommend for each flower to make 3 or 4 sheets.

After all the leaves are ready, we proceed to the final assembly of the flower. First we take the green thread and winding them petiole of each leaf in between and still leaves about 2 cm after leaves.

Then, the same green thread winding stem of the flower bud under approximately 3 cm in length.

Now we take one sheet and attach it to the stalk by the same thread.

Continue winding stem thread More approximately 2-3 cm, and then using the same thread to attach the stem another sheet.

Thus gradually attach to the stem all the leaves (this implies that the leaves were placed on the stem circumferentially) and the winding stem green thread over the entire length.
To thread not dissolve, tying them for a couple of knots. If necessary, trimmed at the bottom left of the stem ends of the wire.

One flower is ready! I made three of the flower and the resulting bouquet of marigold put in a vase.

courtesy: mirbisera

Pump Lace Stitch Flower Embroidery Designs

Clothing is important as a commodity because it has worldwide appeal and plays a substantial role in the world economy. Fashion trends are a global phenomenon so wearing the right kind of attire plays an important role in everybody’s life. With this view several embroideries digitising companies have come up all around the globe to meet the current standards and a vast range of fashion wear. Digitising embroidery simply means creating fashionable and varied forms of embroidery by utilising computer generated software and applications. The digitising application is fed several stitch patterns or image files, which it stores, and processes into several files which are then read by embroidery machines to be sewn into perfect embroidered fabric. Embroidery digitising has vastly simplified the process of designing fashionable clothes, as the process employed is simple and requires minimum human intervention. The whole idea of creating your line of clothes seems much easier, faster and cost-effective than it used to be before. Today, people are actually thinking about designing their own clothes since the advent of digitising software and machines. The simple requirements of embroidery digitising are a computer-operated system, digitising machine and software, and design patterns. The designs employed can be self created or you can download the designs online or further manipulate them to give it your own personal touch. Embroidery digitising software can also be downloaded from the internet to help you in creating your own patterns. This way you can also boost your embroidery skills and come up with unique stitches that will never have common designs. With the simple instructions, anyone can learn the digitising techniques and it is far simpler than the complex hand embroidery techniques. Computerised embroidery has become popular over the years due to the low labour that is placed in its work and the high supply of quality clothes that are made out of it. Perfecting the art of embroidery manually is quite difficult but the digitised embroidery is almost always minutely perfect. Less effort and lack of wastage of time are added advantages. Manual embroidery requires an embroidery machine that is costly and but the cost of embroidery digitising is far less as anyone can easily buy the embroidery software and install them in their computer systems to create amazing embroidery patterns. The economics of selling yourself- designed clothes are also promising. Besides, one can also opt to sell their embroidery techniques, as there are several individuals and companies who seek quality embroidery designs and patterns. There are many websites and online manufacturers who are regularly using digitised embroidery to create fabulous clothes. A lot of websites also sell their digitised patterns and have uploaded their finished designs for consideration. Today people from various fields are actually thinking about creating their own clothes and selling it online since the inception of digitised embroidery has made it all very simple. All in all embroidery digitising can be a good source of income and beneficial to a lot of people in future.

How to Make a Delicate Red Flower Choker Necklace With Beads

Today’s tutorial will show you how to make a very beautiful seed bead choker necklace, if you are fond of beaded choker necklaces, you shall never miss this one.

Step 1: Supplies Needed to Make This Beaded Choker Necklace

  • 4mm Red Seed Beads
  • 2mm Red Seed Beads
  • 2mm White Seed Beads
  • 2mm Golden Seed Beads
  • 8x6mm Faceted Red Glass Beads
  • 2mm Silver Crimp Beads
  • Silver Bead Tips
  • Red Nylon Thread
  • Silver jumprings
  • Silver Spring Clasp
  • Long Nose Pliers
  • Scissor
Step 2: Make the Basic Unit of the First Flower Layers

1st, prepare a long piece of red nylon thread, slide a silver crimp bead, a bead tip, a 2mm white seed bead, two 2mm red seed beads, a 2mm golden seed bead, two 2mm red seed beads, two 2mm white seed beads, a 4mm red seed bead, a red glass bead, a 4mm red seed bead, and twelve 2mm golden seed beads onto the thread;

2nd, cross the thread through the 4mm red seed bead, red glass bead, and 4mm red seed bead pattern, just like the following picture shows;

3rd, tighten the thread to finish the first basic flower layer;

4th, keep adding beads in the same way.

Step 3: Finish All the First Flower Layers

1st, repeat step 1 to finish all 16 flower layers;

2nd, slide two 2mm white seed beads, two 2mm red seed beads, one 2mm golden seed bead, two 2mm red seed beads, one 2mm white seed bead, a sliver bead tip, and a silver crimp bead onto the thread;

3rd, cross the thread back through the previous beads like picture shows.

Step 4: Make the Basic Unit of the Second Flower Layers

1st, add two 2mm white seed beads, three 2mm red seed beads, one 2mm golden seed bead, one 4mm red seed bead, one 2mm golden seed bead, three 2mm red seed beads, and two 2mm white seed beads onto the thread and cross the thread through the third to fifth golden seed bead of the first flower layer;

2nd, tighten the thread to make a seed bead flower petal;

3rd, add two 2mm white seed beads, three 2mm red seed beads, one 2mm golden seed bead, one 4mm red seed bead, one 2mm golden seed bead, and three 2mm red seed beads onto the thread, and cross the thread through two 2mm white seed beads of the first petal and a 2mm golden seed bead of the first flower layer;

4th, tighten the thread to make the second seed bead petal.

Step 5: Finish the First Pattern of the Second Flower Layers

1st, repeat step 3 to finish all the five seed bead flower petals;

2nd, once all five petals are finished, cross the thread back through the nearby seed beads like picture shows;

3rd, add two 2mm white seed beads, three 2mm red seed beads, one 2mm golden seed bead, and a 4mm red seed bead onto the thread, and cross the thread through the golden seed bead on the last petal.

Step 6: Make the Second Pattern of the Second Flower Layers

1st, tighten the thread to connect the first and second pattern;

2nd, add three 2mm red seed beads and two 2mm white seed beads onto the thread and cross them to the nearby golden seed beads like picture show;

3rd, tighten the thread to finish the first petal of the second flower;

4th, make the other four petals of the second flower in the same way.

Step 7: Finish All the Petals of the Second Flower Layers

1st, repeat step 3 to step 5 to finish all the second layer of the 16 flower patterns;

2nd, cross the thread back through the last few seed beads like picture show;

3rd, cross the thread through the lass petal like picture shows, and then add five 2mm golden seed beads onto the thread.

Step 8: Make the Basic Unit of the Third Flower Layers

1st, tighten the thread to make a tiny golden seed bead petal;

2nd, add two 2mm golden seed beads to connect the nearby two petals together;

3rd, add five 2mm golden seed beads onto the thread, cross the thread golden seed beads and 4mm red glass bead on the second petal, then tighten the thread to make the second tiny golden seed bead petal.

Step 9: Finish the Third Layer of All the Flower Patterns

1st, repeat step 7 to finish all the third layer of the first flower pattern;

2nd, cross the thread through the connecting beads to the second flower pattern;

3rd, finish all the third layers of the flower patterns in the same way.

Step 10: Complete the Red Seed Bead Choker Necklace

1st, cut off extra thread and close the crimp beads and bead tips;

2nd, add a spring clasp to one bead tip and a jump ring to another bead tip.

Step 11: Here Is the Finished Seed Bead Choker Necklace
courtesy: PandaHall

How to make party look hairbands

It turns out that decorate the rim of ribbon and flowers, a very simple and easy. Flowers to decorate the rim, you can buy ready-made or link, such as a hook. The main thing is to have the stem buds, which is fixed on the rim tape.

Also need to decorate the rim itself bezel, thin ribbon, glue and scissors. And, of course, the desire to ochemelymi

Required Material:

  •  narrow plastic headband (smooth and without teeth)
  •  mulberry paper flowers – flowers on wire are easier to use than on thread.  The headband shown used about 55 flowers.
  •  1/16 or 1/8 inch satin ribbon
  • E6000 glue
  • scissors

Put on the headband, measure where you would like the flowers to be.  You won’t want them in the section that tucks behind your ear.  This may also be affected by the way you style your hair.

Cut the ribbon end at a 45 degree angle.

 Glue the ribbon end on the back of the headband, let it set up for at least 15 minutes.  You want it to be in a position to start wrapping around the headband as close to the end as possible.  If you’re using a single sided satin ribbon be sure the pretty side is out.  Start wrapping the ribbon around the headband, overlapping it slightly and gluing it on the back of the headband, until the point you’ve decided to start your flowers.  Again give this some time to set up.  Make sure that every wrap of ribbon is glued in place.  You may be experiencing some web-like glue stands, try to minimize them as much as possible and you can clean off whatever is left when you finish the headband.  Prepare your flowers by bending the wire at a 90 degree angle to the front of the flower.  This is so that the flower will face up when the stem is tucked under ribbon.  Place a flower on top of the ribbon that’s already wrapped with the stem on the unwrapped part of the headband.  You can use a bit of glue to hold it if you need to.  Wrap the ribbon around the stem, and glue it on the back.  If you’re using 1/16” ribbon you’ll need to wrap it one or two more times, if you’re using 1/8” ribbon you probably won’t.  Add another flower, wrap again.  You might need a flower for every wrap, or more flowers/wraps depending on the materials you are working with and how densely packed you want the flowers to be.  Continue placing flowers and wrapping until you get to the point at the other end of the headband where you want the flowers to end.  Wrap the ribbon the rest of the way, continuing to glue it in place on the back of the headband, until you get to the end.  Cut the ribbon and firmly glue the end of the ribbon on the back of the headband. Allow to dry for at least 24 hours before wearing.  E6000 glues ribbon to plastic, it will do an even better job of gluing things to your hair.


How to Make a Origami Kusudama Flower

Today, we are showing how to make a origami kusudama flowers to create a very special centerpiece.

Required Materials:
  • Coloured or origami paper
  • Double sided tape
  • Wooden brochette skewers
  • Glue

1. Cut paper making squares of 10 cm.
2. Fold squares diagonally.
3. Fold as shown in step 3 and 4 to make a square again.
4. Follow step 5 and 6 to make a figure as shown in the picture.
5. Follow steps 7,8 and 9 until you get to the figure shown in step 10.
6. Fold upper triangle on each side of the figure and tuck them well into the folds of paper, as shown in steps 11 and 12.
7 Now it’s time to fold again inwards, followin steps 13 and 14
8. Stick a little piece of double sided tape on one end and join it to the other. You will get a petal.
9. Do last instructions again 5 times and stick all petals together to make a flower.
10. Stick flower to a wooden brochette skewer and you’re done!

For leafs:
I used 2 mm wide strips, 2 shades of green for each leaf (120gsm combined with 80gsm). You will need very long paper strips, 40cm up to 80 cm, so glue 2-3 strips together before you start to weave them around the pins.
This quilling technique is called “husking”. Insert your first pin into the cork board and secure the paper strips by making a tiny loop. Insert the next pin and bring the paper strips around it, making sure to always add glue at the base of your first pin every time you come back to that point. Repeat the process until the desired grass leaf length is achieved.