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Topic: Felt Poinsettia Flower Pin  (Read 2673 times)
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dnd4us
« on: November 16, 2009 03:29:50 PM »


Yesterday, my girls and I were working on a few Christmas gifts for their friends.  One thing led to another and I found myself making yet another flower pin.  This time a Poinsettia.  I loved this project and ended up making two for my girls, and plan on making more.  They are perfect as a broach or as a hair clip.

Heres what you will need:

    * Small amount of red wool felt (I used scraps from another project.)
    * Very small amount of green wool felt (also scraps)
    * button
    * pin or hair clip
    * freezer paper
    * template  (I was having technical difficulties scanning the template I made.  I will try to use a different scanner and get it up soon.

For anyone who is interested, I posted a step-by-step tutorial with photos here: http://makeitdo.wordpress.com/2009/11/16/make-it-do-gift-felt-poinsettia/

Cheers,
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relientgirlw
« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2009 05:13:38 PM »

This is adorable!  These would make a really neat garland all strung together on a Christmas tree or across a mantle! 
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