If you love roses handmade, in this activity we will offer how to make it a wonderful roses using things that are available daily and are the plastic bag and various colors and is very easy and simple way
plastic bags different colors.
Metal wire mesh.
A circular template.
Tape cloth for decorating.
Cut into pieces cut as follows Packaging in the circular start racing wire Giving those coated wire forms and a variety of well-connected strings at the bottom. Continue to prepare all kinds of formats
After you finish you get the following figure These are some suggested formats
Here’s a super cute DIY spring and summer craft idea for kids that you can knock out in less than an hour: Easy no-sew felt flower bracelets. I love how cheery these no-sew felt flower bracelets look. And it’s nice to be able to make a cute project without having to drag out my sewing machine.The trick is VELCRO® Brand Plant Ties. So what are plant ties you ask? It’s basically a roll of colored thin VELCRO® Brand fasteners (I have these in yellow, pink, green and red and they also come in blue and black) that sticks to itself. Yep, IT STICKS TO ITSELF! So cool. You’re supposed to use to tie up your plants in the garden which I did last year to help my peas hang onto their trellis.I liked the VELCRO® Brand Plant Ties in the garden but I also thought it could make a great bracelet. It’s easy to cut and not the least scratchy on the back. You could also make this project using VELCRO® One-Wrap Straps OR VELCRO® Get A Grip Straps in Multi-Colored, which are basically the same stick-to-itself concept that are used to keep cords and wires looking neater. Either way it’s a kid-friendly, no-sew craft to brighten your spring and summer days exploring outside.
Here’s a super cute DIY spring and summer craft idea for kids that you can knock out in less than an hour: Easy no-sew felt flower bracelets.
I love how cheery these no-sew felt flower bracelets look. And it’s nice to be able to make a cute project without having to drag out my sewing machine.
The trick is VELCRO® Brand Plant Ties. So what are plant ties you ask? It’s basically a roll of colored thin VELCRO® Brand fasteners (I have these in yellow, pink, green and red and they also come in blue and black) that sticks to itself. Yep, IT STICKS TO ITSELF! So cool. You’re supposed to use to tie up your plants in the garden which I did last year to help my peas hang onto their trellis.
I liked the VELCRO® Brand Plant Ties in the garden but I also thought it could make a great bracelet. It’s easy to cut and not the least scratchy on the back.
You could also make this project using VELCRO® One-Wrap Straps OR VELCRO® Get A Grip Straps in Multi-Colored, which are basically the same stick-to-itself concept that are used to keep cords and wires looking neater. Either way it’s a kid-friendly, no-sew craft to brighten your spring and summer days exploring outside.
Kathy’s free flower bracelet pattern
VELCRO® Brand Plant Ties – comes in pink, yellow, blue and green plus red at holiday time OR VELCRO® Brand ONE-WRAP Straps OR VELCRO® Brand Get A Grip Straps in Multi-Colored
Felt in assorted colors
Disappearing ink pen
Tape measure or clear plastic ruler
Good fabric scissors
How to make DIY no-sew felt flower bracelets:
Gather your supplies. Print and cut out my free printable flower bracelet template. The free pattern is sized for kids so just increase the size on a copier if you’d like them larger.
Cut out flowers pieces in assorted felt colors. You can trace the pattern using disappearing ink pen onto the lighter colors, and for darker colors, just hold the pattern tightly to the felt and cut. No need to be perfect. You can even free-hand some pieces without using a pattern at all. See all the cute felt flower pieces for the bracelets? Now just layer them up. Cut more as needed and play around to make the cute flower stacks for the bracelets. Cut a piece 3/8″ piece of VELCRO Plant Tie as a pattern for cutting slits in the felt flower pieces. Center it on your flower piece. Mark slits above and below the pattern using a disappearing ink pen.Now it’s time to cut the bracelet slits. First I tried using fabric scissors and I overshot big time – they’re just too big for me to handle on such a small cut. So then I used a seam ripper to get the bracelet slit started on each ends and followed up with tiny embroidery scissors to cut through the middle and it worked really well. Repeat on your other flower pieces. And here are three pieces ready to become a flower. Measure your wrist and add about 1.5″-2″ to it for threading through the flower and overlap to close on your wrist. This batch of flower bracelets were for my 2-year-old Elise. Cut a piece of VELCRO® plant tie to this length. Thread the end of the VELCRO® Plant Tie strip through the slit flower layers. Felt is naturally going to stick to the VELCRO® hook (scratchy) side, so when you thread it through, try to thread it so that the felt is touching the smooth side. Go slowly so to avoid tearing a bigger slit into your felt. Thread the flower onto the VELCRO® Plant Tie so that it’s almost in the middle of your Plant Tie — remember that you cut some extra for overlap so it should be slightly to one side. Now thread the end back through the other slit stack, which will make a cute little color in the middle of your flower. You can either try to match the color to your flower middle or choose a cute contrasting color. Now just wrap the felt flower bracelet around your wrist and overlap the VELCRO® Plant Tie to close. You can snip off any extra as needed.
These DIY no sew felt flowers are the perfect homemade Mother’s Day gift – and the best part is, is that they’ll never wilt or die! Required Material:
Felt in various colors for the flowers
hot glue gun
lids or a circle template — we used 3″ and 6″ in diameter
To make a flower with button: Cut 8 round 3″ circles out of felt – 4 of one color and 4 of another color.
Fold the circle in half and in half again to create a quarter circle. Apply hot glue to the folded edges of one circle and attach it to the folded edge of another circle. Repeat until all four quarter circles are connected to create one circle.
Do the same with the second color of felt, and glue the two flowers together. Attach a gold button in the center of the flower with hot glue
To make a rose, cut a 6″ diameter circle out of felt. Spiral cut the felt about 3/8″ wide. Roll up the felt from the center outward. Affix with hot glue at the end.
To make the “mum” flowers, Cut a piece of felt 12″ x 2.5″ and fold in half. Secure the seam if necessary with little dabs of hot glue. Cut slits at the fold about 1/2″ apart. Being careful not to cut through the entire flower. Roll from one end, and hot glue together as you go.
To make small buds: Cut 3-3″ circles and fold into quarters. Glue the three quarters together into a triangle like shape.
Fold 9×2 or 12×2.5 rectangle in half lengthwise. Like a hot dog bun. Cut slits into the fold. About 3/8″ apart but not going all the way through the fold. Kind of like making fringe. But it’s on the fold. When finished making flowers, cut out leaf shapes. Affix to flowers with hot glue. Add stick stems.
Marigolds are one of the most popular flowers used in weddings and other celebrations. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to create a beautiful marigold bouquet using crepe paper. Crepe paper is a type of paper that is often used for making crafts. It is a thin paper that is easy to fold and has a slightly crinkled texture. Crepe paper is available in a wide range of colors, so it is a good choice for many different projects.
About Marigold flower
The marigold flower is a beautiful flower that is often used in decorative displays. The flower is native to North America and is a member of the Asteraceae family. The marigold flower is available in a variety of colors, including yellow, orange, and red. The flower has a long history of use in traditional medicine and is thought to have a variety of health benefits.
Beautiful marigold flower with crepe paper
The Marigold flower is often associated with the crepe paper. This is because the Marigold flower is often used as a decoration for crepe paper. The Marigold flower is also used in other decorations, such as in bouquets. To make a marigold flower out of paper, you will need a sheet of orange construction paper, a sheet of yellow construction paper, a stapler, scissors, and a green pipe cleaner. First, cut the orange paper into a 6-inch by 6-inch square. Next, cut the yellow paper into a 6-inch by 6-inch square. Fold the orange paper in half, and then in half again. Next, do the same with the yellow paper. Staple the two folded pieces of paper together at the center. Once stapled, cut each side of the orange paper into a triangle, stopping about an inch from the center. Unfold the paper, and then refold it so the triangles are pointing inwards. Once again, staple the two pieces of paper together at the center. Next, cut the yellow paper into eight strips, each about an inch wide. Take four of the strips and staple them together at the center to create a cross. Repeat this step with the remaining four strips of yellow paper. Attach the yellow cross to the center of the orange flower. Finally, twist the green pipe cleaner around the center of the flower to create the stem. Courtesy- Sreeja K Achyuthan
What flower looks like crepe paper?
The flower that looks like crepe paper is the poppy. The poppy is a beautiful flower that is often used in bouquets and other arrangements. The poppy has a delicate appearance and its petals are thin and fragile.
How long do crepe paper flowers last?
Crepe paper flowers are a beautiful and unique decoration for any event. They are also relatively easy to make. But how long do they last? Assuming they are made correctly and stored properly, crepe paper flowers can last quite a long time. They won’t wilt like real flowers, so you don’t have to worry about them drooping. However, the colors may fade over time if they are exposed to sunlight. Overall, crepe paper flowers are a great option if you’re looking for something that will last. Just be sure to keep them out of direct sunlight, and they should retain their beauty for many months.
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.
– 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.
Straw flower crafts and Straw weaving. … at Family Fun.
3. Glue gun
4. Cotton balls wrapped with white plastic carry bag
5. Glass beads or mustard seeds
6. Iron wire 0.3 mm and needle
7. Iron wire for the stem
8. Flower tape
9. Green paper
Weave Color Beaded One of the most popular destinations in the beading. These flowers will never wither, and the flower bouquets and arrangements will serve as an excellent decoration of the interior needlewoman! In this master class on beading, you will learn how to make daisy beads.
white beads № 11 (10 g), yellow (2 g) and green (7 g)
coli stalk (wire)
Weave a daisy can using the steel wire of color, but the result will be better if you have the color bead wire.
It starts weaving with petals. In total, there are 12 flowers, each petal is composed of 4 rows.
Dial white beads on the wire. Move to the edge of about 6.35 cm (2.5 inches). Bend the wire, making a loop of beads, and tighten the loop. At the end of the wire to leave a free tip of 7-8 cm. Slide the coil even beads, a column height of how to make a loop in the previous step. Bend the wire over the first loop, wrapping it, and slide the coil even beads to make the fourth row of petals. Make a couple of turns of the wire at the base, securing tab. Use your fingers to align the rows of beads, giving petal neat appearance. Then again pulls the beads on the first two rows of the second lobe. Braid all the petals as well as the first.
When all the petals weaved, cut off the wire from the coil, leaving 8.9 cm. This end thread between first and second lobe wrap, spinning and collecting loop pitch circle. Then, the tip of the wire to pull the other end of the flower wrap and the loop between the petals. You will get two tips of the wire opposite to each other. I will bring them to the center and twist together. Put the flower on the side.
Nanizhite green beads on the wire. Tighten the beads 11 by the end of the wire, leaving a tail of 7-8 cm. Fold in the loop and make a couple of turns fixing. Tighten another 11 beads and again make a loop. Likewise do sepals further (9 leaves). Cut the wire, leaving 9-10 cm. Attach in the ring, passing the wire between first and second sepals. Twist the ends of the wire together. Put preform.
Nanizhite beads onto the wire. At the end make a small loop, it will prevent the beads from sliding. Tighten the beads 16 to the loop before reaching her 5-7 cm. Below beads move up a twist wire loop. Slide the beads in an amount necessary to make a number of slightly more than the height of the first row of the 16 beads. Wrap the wire loop over the top of the first row. Slide the beads as much as in the second row, and again make a loop, already at the bottom of the first row. This petal edge should be sharp, so when you make the turns in the province, put the wire at an angle of 45 degrees.
Continue braiding leaf, pulling beads and making turns of wire around a central axis. The leaf consists of 11 rows – one central and five rows on each side.
Work wrap tip at the base 2-3 and the coil cut by cutting pliers. Wire on top of a leaf cut, leaving a tail of 5-6 mm, and bend the tail down. Loop at the bottom of the leaf, twist in the strip.
Take the second leaf.
Nanizhite beads onto the wire. Start weaving like a leaf – a loop on the end of the wire, pull 1 bead and beneath it make a big loop. Make a number 2 is similar to the second row of leaves, use 3 beads for him. Take the 7-series, forming a circle.
Now you need to give volume. Bend the ends of the wire (the end with a loop and a big loop) downwards. And the Scourge has 4 rows.
The working end of secure 2-3 turns and cut. Finished with a loop and large-loop twist with each other.
Getting to the assembly:
Wrap the wire or rod, adapted to the stem, tape.
Take heart and attach to the stem, slice its thin wire. Trim the excess wire from the core.
Put the petals and are also strapped to the stem. Wrap teip-tape. Put sepals, and secure, and once again wrap teip-tape. Continue winding teip-tape to the point where the plan to strengthen the leaves.
wire leaves. Wrap-teip ribbon stalk residue. Curl it slightly toward the leaves, giving them a nice shape.
Chamomile is ready! It remains to weave a few flowers to make a bouquet.
Carte Fini floral crepe paper in desired colors (about a quarter roll per flower), hot glue gun and glue sticks, scissors and a circular base plate. The base plate can either be cut from cardboard or from the end of a paper mache balloon. Paper mache is my preference as it is stiffer and I have tons of it around left over from these. You will also need felt to line the bottom of the base, and fabric covered elastic headbands which you can find at the drug store.
My favorite colors for dahlias and marigolds (shown here from top to bottom): 548, 584, 572, 576/9 and 574).
Begin by preparing your base. If using cardboard, cut out a 3 1/2″ diameter circle, cut a slit to the center as shown below, and overlap the cut edges, gluing to secure. This creates a concave side that will contour nicely to your head.
Or as I mentioned above, you can use the end of a paper mâché balloon. Cover any holes with crepe paper (stretch the paper out and coat well with glue). Find the center point, or peak, of the end of the balloon shape and measure down 1 3/4″ from that point all the way around, so that you end up cutting out a convex disk about 3 1/2″ in diameter.
Cover all inside and outside surfaces of the base with (stretched) crepe paper, making sure there is glue on much of the paper. After both sides are covered with paper, glue a strip of paper around the rim to finish it.
Now you’re ready to start the center of the dahlia. Cut a strip of paper about 2 1/2″ wide by 1″ tall. Fold the strip over on itself twice, then cut wedges out of the sides of the strip as shown so you are left with four attached triangles.
Increasingly, hair ornaments girls use flowers. But the life of a flower is short-lived and probably would be mad extravagance to buy flowers to decorate for a day. Try on the fashion trend as possible and more accessible way. We offer you a simple method of making a color from the fabric by hand. We do not need special equipment to do so.
To create a flower chiffon material required:
needle and thread;
a pair of scissors;
a marker for tissue;
a piece of foam.
Fold Chiffon eight additions, anchoring pins at the edges. Then the cut cardboard blank (pitch). Further, the pitch at encircle tissue specific marker, which is easily washed off with water. Once all the petals carved, decomposed advise of size. To make the edges of the petals rounded, treat each over a candle. After starting to collect the flower. Now what we need and foam, it will act as a holder for needles, on which we will string all the petals from a larger to a smaller size. Once all the petals are used, it is necessary to fix the thread. As a result, we get a flower similar to the living tissue of the peony.
The woman is transformed on the background of flowers! And no matter how you will use: in a bouquet, a brooch on the chest or in the form of hairpins.