felt dahlia's

Last night at work I saw a woman wearing the CUTEST felt flower pinned on her coat. While I was helping her I couldn't help asking her where she got it. But she actually made it! Duh. She was at Ben Franklin...

She gave me the link for the tutorial: http://news.holidash.com//2010/04/23/mothers-day-corsage/ It's so easy! I went home last night and I couldn't help myself to make a few:

They're a bit messy (with a little bit of dry glue), but with practice, I think they'll be perfect.

I glued a pin on the back and put it on my shirt. Goes well right? I think this would be perfect on a shirt, jacket, purse, maybe even on sandals? The possibilities are endless!

Make one. Or two. Or three. I dare you!


  1. OMG Allie I love these! How long do they take to make? Add some to your etsy!

  2. LOVE the orangie/pukie yellow one! Fabulous!

  3. the burger place is called sammy's...it's very popular here! so exciting you're headed my way. it's a fun little town and i'll miss it a lot. cut blog and CUTE flower pins!!!

  4. dude, these are SO CUTE. I love the idea of putting them on sandals, or how about a hair-clip? also, they would be really cute on presents, like instead of or with a bow.

  5. OMG!! I've been jonesing over this online for WEEKS/MONTHS!! good for you for just doing it!

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