1 yd. double ruffled lace
2 bunches of flowers of your choice
1 1/2 yds. matching 1" ribbon
6" piece of floral wire
medal plate holder
DIRECTIONS Make sure palte is clean before starting. Go down about 3/4" and glue the doubled lace around the plate. take your ribbon and make a bow with a total of 10 loops. Get floral wire and put around the center of bow and twist it so this secure's the bow. Glue bow to the center of plate. You can place something on top of the bow to help hold it in place. While the lace and bow are drying, remove flowers and leaves from the stems. Arrange the flowers around the bow the way you like them and than glue. Take leaves and cut the ones that maybe attached. Just glue leaves where ever you feel you need them. Let everything completely dry. Place plate on it's holder and now it's ready for display.
13" x 13" piece of lace material
Aleenes Tacky Glue
few extra flowers to add to vine that matches
about 1 yd of 1 3/8" print ribbon
6" piece of wire for bow
about 1 yd. of 1" flat lace
1/2 yd string beads
medal plate holder
Make sure plate is clean beofre you get started. Cover plate with Aleen's Tacky Glue using your sponge brush. Get your material and place it on the plate and than smoth it out. Let it dry enough for you to trim of the extra material hanging off the plate. Take the glitter glue and go around edge of the plate covering the raw edges of the material. Let dry. Now take the vine and arrange it on the plate to one side adding the axtra flowers were needed. After it's arranged the way you like it than glue them in place with the glue gun. Take the lace and place it on top of the ribbon and make a bow with a total of about 6 loops.Use wire to secure the bow. Glue bow towards the top of plate at the edge of the vine. Fold beads in half and place in the bow and glue. Beads will hang down the tail of bow. Let all dry completely before putting the plate on the stand.
small amount of material of your choice
about 1/2 yd ruffled lace
thin wood, like something the size of one of those paint stirs you get in the hardware department. Needs a small hole at top to for hanging.
flowers or whatever you would like to use to decorate
small piece of matching ribbon about 1/4" wide
Cut 2 medium size hears out of the material. With wrong sides together, leaving an opening at the top center of heart, place ruffled lace to the inside and sew around the heart. Turn heart to the right side. lace shoud be showing. Stuff heart with the fiberfill. Place stick half way inside the heart. Using glue glue glue the opening closed. Gluing it to the stick. Decorate as desired. With small piece of ribbon put through hole at top of woodand tie. This mkaes the hanging loop. Optional: on a piece of blank index card or piece of paper write Grandma's Paddle or Mom's paddle. Hang where you want.
Note: The materials listed is what I used. You can use anything you want that is laying around the house. PLus for all patterns that are here, I had bought bags of bits and pieces of flowers at Wal-Mart and JoAnn Fabrics. You can come up with anything really with just junk laying around.
piece of cardboard to fit inside the opening of the styrofoam
about 1/8 yds. of material
1/2 yrds. white ruffled lace
Aleenes Tacky Glue
some flower pieces you make have laying around
20" long piece of string of pearls
tiny pieces of ribbon (cut up pieces)
1/2 of 1/8" ribbon for bow
about 1/8 yds of material
a piece of cardboard to fit the inside of styrofoam
3 roses, some small white flowers (vine type) and 4 smaller flowers to match the roses
small amount of babies breath
1/2 yd. string beads
1 2 1/4 yds. ruffled lace
2 decorative buttons
Note: The lace I used came from some lace curtains that I never used.
10" piece of string
bowl for the stiffener
1 large flower of your choice
about 6 smaller flowers to match the larger one
1 yd. of raffia ribbon
4" piece of floral wire to make hanger
Cover the cardboard with the wax paper and set aside. With the long side of the material facing you, gather material as if you are making a fan. Place string around the center of it and tie in a knot. Tie it as tight as tou can. Put stiffener in a bowl or you can use a plastic bag. Immerse the material in the stiffener. Remove it squeezing out as much of the stiffener as you can. Lay it on the covered cardboard. Lay out the material to look like a fan and let dry over night. After this is dry, take the raffia ribbon and tie it in a bow in the center of the fan over the string. Cut flowers off of the stem using the wire cutters and remove the leaves also. Arrange flowers above the raffia, putting the large flower in the center and arranging the smaller ones around the larger one. After you have them the way you like then glue them in place. Take the leaves and just glue some anywhere in with the flowers. Place a pice of wire in the back of bow and twist both ends together to make a hanging loop.
3/4 yds of ruffled lace
sewing machine or sewing needle
matching sewing thread
Tacky glue or glue gun
small amount of small flowers
1/2 yds. string of beads
about 1/2 yds of 1/8" each of 2 different color ribbon
wooden frame holder
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