When I was on my Founder's Circle Trip with Stampin' Up! in September, I saw this flower pin on one of the Stampin' Up! Special Events staff and feel in love with it. Selma, in Special Events, had made these for each one of her co-workers who also attended Founder's Circle. They wore them on their aprons they wore and were super cute. I asked Selma how she made them and gave me a quick explanation. About a month ago I decided to make one and it turned out super cute! I then made one for each of team members who attended the Stampin' Up! Lansing Regional a few weeks ago. They all wore them during the event and we got asked many times how we did it.
These are made with our 3 1/2" Scalloped Tulle Ribbon we are carrying in the Holiday Catalog right now. You get 10 yards for $6.95 and I cut each piece 26", so you can get about 13 of these out of one package of ribbon! That's awesome! I used a heat tool to melt the edges of the tulle as you will see in the video I have for you. You will also see the back in the video and I explain how I added the pin.
I hope you enjoy watching the video on how to make one of these and make a few for yourself! The Tulle is only available in the Holiday Catalog until January 2nd so be sure to stock up on this wonderful ribbon. It also comes in two other colors, Crumb Cake and Early Espresso!
You can place your order for the tulle at my online store 24/7 HERE!
If you have any questions send me an email and I'll do my best to help answer it!
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