Rolled Flower Necklace

Need something quick to wear for Valentine’s today??  You can whip up a rolled flower necklace with some scraps of fabric – really, quick and simple – here’s how:

–Rip strips of fabric (or sheets, like me!) that are approximately 1 inch wide.

–Follow my previous tutorial on How to Make Rolled Fabric Flowers – I even have a quick video for those who learn best that way.  Make an odd number of flowers, 3 or 5 (my own opinion – I guess you could make even numbers if you want…).  Anyone can join in on the fun:

–Next take your flowers and hot glue them onto a piece of felt in a necklace shape, as shown:

 –Then cut off all the excess felt (but don’t cut completely between the flowers – the felt holds them together).  Flip the necklace over and hot glue ribbon on each end.  Then I glued a strip of felt to give it a little more stability.  Here’s the back view:

 That’s it – tie around your necklace and enjoy the pop of pink it adds to your outfit:

One of my girls wanted to tie it to her head like a headband.  So I one-upped her and said – let’s just make it a REAL headband.  So I cut her flowers apart from the necklace shape and glued them on the headband.  I wanted 3, but she wanted to use all 5 – I made it work by layering them and love the dimension that gives.

 So there you go – super cute necklace and super cute headband.  Just don’t wear them together – it’s super cute overload which has disastrous results, as pictured (don’t worry, this was just for you – I didn’t go out wearing the necklace and the headband together – yikes!)

Happy Valentine’s Day!!

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