We had so much fun at the fabric pin class that I just had to share the pictures with you! Prior to the class, and with some help from my mom, we cut many samples of fabric for everyone to choose from:Everyone arrived and there was no time to waste!
We made two flower pins. The first one using the Flower Folds die which I detailed in this post here and was inspired by the Stamp Shack Lady. The ladies chose their fabrics and from a selection of brads, buttons and embellishments adorned their flowers. And look at what they made!
Aren't they beautiful?! After all these, we wanted to make more! Everyone made a second pin using the heated fabric technique. We cut 4-6 layers of fabric using the 3 largest circles on the Circle #2 die, attached them together with a brad and singed the edges with a heat gun. The technique is detailed on the Stamp Shack--what a great source of inspiration! It's great fun to watch the fabric shrink up and form beautiful flowers like these:
Don't they look like pansies? We hope this inspires you to make your own!