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A month or two ago, I came across this photo on Pinterest. I pinned it onto my DIY board and planned to make it ‘someday.’
Last week, I was at JoAnn Fabrics looking for some twine/jute, and I stumbled across some ring blanks in the jewelry section. I immediately remembered the fabric flower ring tutorial and decided to try it, so I bought the ring blanks.
I whipped up 6 rings before dinner on Friday, and then had fun wearing them over the weekend. Then, I decided to write a little tutorial for those of you interested in making your own. But let me preface my tutorial by saying I took the photos for this while Matt was at work, so I didn’t have him there to help. I did my best with a self timer and a tripod, but I apologize if the photos aren’t as clear as you might like. It’s tough to use both hands and take a photo at the same time!
Ok, onto the tutorial!
To make these flower rings, you will need:
- Fabric: a strip about 3/4 – 1 inch wide, and maybe 12 long. The longer the strip, the bigger in diameter your flower will be.
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Ring blanks