Tutorial: DIY satin chrysanthemum for handmade brooches and hair clips


Do you want to create a large and beautiful chrysanthemum, but you don’t know all the steps? I created this tutorial for you. Follow the steps from each photo to end up with a gorgeous flower that you can wear anywhere.

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Two summers ago I created a new flower for a challenge with a wedding theme.

Back then I didn’t really know what I was doing, but I wanted to combine some petals to create something new, more detailed and interesting.

I cut the petals, I glued them together and ended up with a large chrysanthemum, with many, many petals. I loved it and I think I still have it somewhere hidden in my workshop.

Some time went by before I made the second one with colored satin ribbon. I learned a lot in the mean time about working with satin and it wasn’t as difficult as the first time. It was a commissioned order and I had a lot of fun making it.

Since then, I’ve made this design in almost all the colors of ribbon in my workshop and have created more designs based on it, it’s just that easy to make.

I have improved the technique and now I can share it with you.

I hope you enjoy the tutorial and then pass it on to your friends, as well as create your own designs.

Learn to make the petals from this tutorial (link).

Each step is described below the photo.

I hope you enjoyed the tutorial and the creation process.

If you have any questions or suggestions, I welcome them in the comments section, I answer everyone gladly.

Thank you for supporting and sharing my tutorials.

I hope they bring you joy and happiness!

Cheers,

Andrea

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