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Fabric Roses Valentine's Wreath Tutorial


Romantic and Pretty, isn't it! Do you want to make one of these beauties for your front door? I think you should!

Here is what you need:

1 foam heart
1 1/2 yard white party tafetta or satin (you could also use apparel lining or bridal satins, you just need the fabric to be a little stiff so the roses stand up! Polyester Satin Medium Berry Sale Price: $3.49!)
red ribbon
rotary cutter and mat
hot glue and gun
fray check (optional)

This tutorial by Smashed Peas and Carrots is super easy.


Polyester Satin Medium Berry Polyester Satin Medium Berry

This gorgeous polyester satin fabric has a subtle sheen, soft hand and a wonderful drape.


1 1/2'' Double-sided Satin Ribbon White 1 1/2'' Double-sided Satin Ribbon White

Double-sided satin ribbon has the lustrous, satiny look on both sides. Create luxurious gift wrap, embellish garments, home decorating and craft projects with this classic trim.


Adhesive Tech Glue Stick Mini MultiTemp 4 Adhesive Tech Glue Stick Mini MultiTemp 4" 30 pc


Adhesive Tech Glue Gun Standard High Temp Adhesive Tech Glue Gun Standard High Temp


Collins Fray Check 3/4 oz Bonus Pack 2 pc Collins Fray Check 3/4 oz Bonus Pack 2 pc


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Comment by Shaaron Chambers on January 28, 2010 at 12:02am
What a cute idea but I think using a wide, double sided white satin ribbon would give a more finished look. I don't really like the frayed edges. Printed ribbons would be pretty too.
Comment by megan heartridge on January 27, 2010 at 4:38pm
That lloks real pretty, thanks for sharing, I wil see if I can do it. The tute is v good too
Comment by helena on January 27, 2010 at 2:28pm
Oh, that so cute it work for a wedding as well as valentines day
Comment by Marsha Peacock on January 27, 2010 at 12:03pm
These would look great on a kissing ball too! You could also try cutting synthetic fabric with a hot knife or woodburning tool to seal edge, like you do with ribbons! Super Chic!

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