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Hat Flower

I have a very plain hat that I love to dress up with flowers. I have never done a tutorial on my magnetic flowers, but I have made them a few times. The flower I usually use in my hat is reddish but doesn’t match everything I wear so I had to make a new one.

Materials:

Silk Flower
Button
Magnent
Fabric Scrap
Hot Glue

Directions:
First, pull apart your silk flower, so that you can use the petals.

Next, cut out your scrap of fabric into the shape of a circle.

Then place your magnet on the fabric and glue a ring around it.

Place the bottom silk petals on the scrap fabric, so that they cover the ring of glue. (Also, if you stop to take a picture your glue will be too dry and you have to rip it off and do it again.)

Finish hot gluing the flower petals onto the first ones.

Add a button to the center of your flower with hot glue.

If wanted, add leaves to the back of your flower, but try not to cover the magnet. (Also, you could add them before the petals)

Use the other magnet to keep your flower in place on your hat.


More Flower Tutorials:
Hot Glued Fabric Flower
Hand Stitched Fabric Flower
Hair Flower Holder and Display

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