Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Maya Road Fabric Trim Blossom Tutorial: C.H.A. 2013 Winter Show

An easy tutorial on how to make a fabric blossom from trim by the creative team at Maya Road.

The rose is made using the new Satin Scallop Edge Trim in cream from Maya Road.
This is one of the many quick and easy demonstrations that were given at the Maya Road booth at the CHA 2013 Winter Show.
Lisa Pace from Maya Road demonstrating fabric trim blossoms

Step 1: Cut out a circle out of felt (1" circumference).  Then cut the scallop edge trim to desired length (around 36 inches).

Step 2: Then begin by gathering the trim.

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Step 4:

Step 5: Put some hot glue on the bottom of the bloom.

Step 6:  Adhere to felt circle.

Step 7:  Allow to cool.

 Step 8: Fluff up the bloom and remove any glue webs that may be on the blossom.
As you can see, it is a very easy blossom to make.  Additionally, you can glue a button or rhinestone to the center of the flower.  If you want to make more cool things with Maya Road Products, they have some great tutorials on their website and the Maya Road Design Team Blog.


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