Last summer I told you how I was cutting up my wedding dress to make all kinds of fun (more useful) projects. I called it "I DO, re-done". It was supposed to be this big event and even had a button. Well as it turns out I'm not a big event person and although I love making things from the endless supply of fabric that is my wedding dress, I wasn't strict enough to do a month of just that. So here and there I share projects made from (yes my ACTUAL) my wedding dress.
It's my first official "inspired by anthro" project! To be honest I didn't even know what Anthropologie was until I started blogging and saw it all over the blogs. We don't have one here, but I do love it! I say Inspired by because it was not my intent to completely copy it, I took what I loved about it and created something more ME. So here was my inspiration-
You will also need a fashion pearl necklace (mine was thrifted) and some chain
A hot glue gun
Two jump rings
Cut a TON of circles out of all three of your fabrics in roughly three sizes. No need to be anything close to perfect. Once your circles are cut fold each one into fourths and cut a petal shape. Again, mine were completely wonky and you won't be able to tell in the end. Just give it some points here and there, leave some rounded, texture is what we are after.
Cut a felt base in a kidney bean shape that gets smaller at the bottom. Fold each flower in fourths and tack down to the felt base with needle and thread. Large ones at top working toward the smaller end with the smaller flowers.
I did the outside layer in all satin so I didn't have any itchy parts next to my skin. Then worked my way in with the other textures sticking satin here and there. Work until your felt is full!
butterfly wreath everyone loved so much :)
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