Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Episode 10- Satin Hair Flowers




Here is a quick video for you! I am off to Las Vegas early in the morning but I have some great things planned while I am gone. So make sure to check back!

** The fabric used is a poly-satin**



*** The fabri-tac is flammable so if you do use the second method on this video be careful or use a hot glue gun****

95 comments:

HappyExpressions said...

Great video! I like the second way best so I'm off now to get some material to try this out.TFS!

Anonymous said...

I really like this idea Karlee and you make it look so easy. I need to try this and I like the way the second technique came out better. Gloria C.
gloriaandmickey@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I really like this idea Karlee and you make it look so easy. I need to try this and I like the way the second technique came out better. Gloria C.
gloriaandmickey@yahoo.com

Denise said...

very cute. Love them.

Sharon said...

Great video!!!! Thank you for sharing this with us. :)

shari said...

Karlee, Thanks for the great video, I'm off to try this technique. I've made them before but I use a brad in the center and assemble the flower then melt it with a heat gun while holding it with a tweasers. I'm anxious to try the fire! Shari (cricutrookie)

snappy scrappy said...

Great idea and neat video!

Jamie said...

This is a fabulous tutorial!! I love this idea. Thank you.

Jenny said...

Hi Karlee. Thank you for this tutorial. I've made these flowers before for my scrapbooking layouts but I never thought to use them as cute hair clips. :) I can't wait to make these for my niece. She is going to love this. Thank you again and have a wonderful week. Take care, Jenny :)

Celeste B. said...

My little girl would love these, thanks for the tutorial!!!

Shopgal said...

Wow u make it look soo easy! I might give that a try. TFS

Jamiecrafts said...

so cute, thanks for the info and I AM going to try this :) oh by the way if you need a break on your way to Vegas you can stop in Kingman and visit me :) :) I would love to meet you!

Anonymous said...

I LOVE this video!! You did a great job and gave me lots of great ideas!! :) Thanks for sharing!!

Rachel Holt

Ashley said...

very cute Karlee! Good job!!

Robyn said...

This is sooooo awesome Karlee! What a great tutorial! I know what I will be working on this weekend for my girls' hair. Can you use any type of material? I would be afraid that it might catch on fire.

Thanks bestie!
Robyn

Kathy said...

What a neat craft. Thanks for sharing.
Kathy

Yvonne said...

Love these flowers!!!
What fabric did you use again? Any Poly blend or is there a specific kind you use?

Thanks ~Yvonne

Anonymous said...

Karlee, that is a great idea for little girls bows and I would never have thought of doing something like that. Thanks for the tip!

Tammy

Kimberly Clarke said...

Wow that's a great idea! Love the techniques and versatility! Tfs!
Kim

Jokey said...

Karlee I love this! Thanks so much for sharing!

My Creative Time said...

Okay Miss Karlee! I LOVE when you do videos like this! I LOVE them! your crafting w/material & hairbow making is the BEST my friend!
Gypsy Hugs.
Emma;)

marenmat said...

Soooo cute!! Thank you for sharing! Love it!

Maria said...

Loved the video Karlee! Have to try some like that. But, please be careful, LOL! Fabri-tac is highly flammable....you are a risk taker--think I'll stick with hot glue!!

Anonymous said...

I am LOVING these hair accessories! Super cute!

LilGreenBug said...

Very cute, Karlee!!! For another variation, assemble your circles and pierce a brad through the center. Now heat the entire flower with your heat gun. I did a video on this technique. What you come up with looks like a real dried rose, very vintage looking and so pretty!!! Try it!! You'll like it!!
Hugs!

LilGreenBug said...

Hey, Karlee,
Here's a link to my satin rose videos, if you are interested!
Hugs!

http://lilgreenbugville.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2010-04-18T17%3A40%3A00-07%3A00&max-results=7

Beckie W said...

Great video!! I love your work!

Cristina said...

LOVE it!! UPER cute!!! :-)
thanks for sharing...I need to hit up JOanns fabrics now...hehehehe
xoxoxo
Cristina

cely said...

I was having the hardest time finding black hair flowers with red rhinestones. I can't believe how easy it'll be to make my own! *runs to fabric store*

LUV2SCRAP said...

Doing so well on your video's congrats. I love making the Lollipop flowers thanks for the extra tips ;)

Haidee said...

Very very nice!!!!

Amy said...

Thanks for sharing Karlee!! I am going to have to give this a try. I have some nieces and a daughter that would love these.

Noelle Reese said...

I love both ways!! I am going to hot glue a bobby pin so I can put it on my pony-tail! So cute!

This and that said...

Thanks for sharing. I've been wanting to try these cute flowers!

Denise V said...

Thank you Karlee. Lovely. Now I have to get some satin;-)

Dendearmas@aol.com

Anonymous said...

oh Karlee, i lovvve them!!
tfs,
jeanette :)

rhonda said...

What a cute idea! Make me wish my granddaughters were much younger. Can't wait to see what you come up with next :)

creative patti said...

Thank you so much for sharing tis, great video and I love the flower!! Awsome giveaway! thanks for the chance to win.

creative patti said...

too much fun, loved your video, How wonderful you are in Vegas!! I hope to someday be able to go. Have a blast!!!

PinkBlingCrafter said...

OMG Karlee,
Sooo Super CUTEX! I'm doing this project this weekend for sure. Love it and super easy!! Have fun in Vegas!!!

2Bis2DO said...

Cool hair clip. Thanks for sharing.

Lori said...

very cute now my grandaughter just needs to grow some hair.
hurdlori at sbcglobal dot net

Minta's Creations said...

Karlee, this is super cute! Thanks so much for sharing!
Minta

mintab@gmail.com
http://mintascreations.blogspot.com/

Have fun in Vegas!!

Toka said...

Darling!

Erica said...

Adorable!

Linda said...

Those are wonderful flowers. You could use them on lot of stuff. Thanks Karlee for teaching us how to do it.

Jen said...

Very cute video with the flower. Have fun in vegas!

Nanabugaboo said...

So cute, these will be great on my cards too.

Thanks for sharing.

Nanabugaboo

debsheets82 at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the video!! Have fun in Vegas!!

Cindy L.
cindylop at rocketmail dot com

Lainey said...

Karlee, these are just too cute! TFS such a creative way to make these little flower clips.

MickeyMouse64752001@hotmail.com said...

Oh i just love this idea. I am gonna make some of these for my nieces. They will just love it!

terriennz said...

What an awesome idea!.. I think the second method to making the flower is easier. LOL They're very pretty though. TFS

Terrie B.
crafteecards.blogspot.com

Amanda said...

Cute!! Thanks for sharing!

Victoria said...

Really cute! Good for you. TM

quilt4fun2 said...

Great video Karlee...a candle might work just the same as the lighter...I have used a candle to singe edging for winter coats I made. Just keep the kids away so they are not tempted to try it.

Yours TruLee, Ann Marie said...

Super Cute Video Karlee! Love this idea! I may have to make these for my college girls!! shhhhhh it'll be a surprise! lol

Yours TruLee,

Ann Marie

http://cardsbyyoursturlee.blogspot.com

Anniebear10 said...

Wow those are really nice. I think I like the second way better but they are both great. TFS

anniebear10(at)hotmail(dot)com

Debbie said...

Really good job and I like this. I would LOVE to win this cart. It is one that I really want. Thanks so much for the chance.

keithdeb@bellsouth.net

Susan from SC said...

So, SO cute, Karlee! I used to make ribbon bow clips when my daughter was little (she's 21 now). I think she had one to match every outfit she owned!
Thanks for sharing your inspiration!
suebella4u@hotmail.com

808Creator said...

Love the hair clips!! My daughter loves it. Thanks for sharing. I will need to try this. :)

Donna said...

Cool video, Karlee. Love the flower barrettes - very pretty.

Thanks for sharing,
Donna
DonnaCMC at optonline dot net

Angie A. said...

OH my I would love to win this cart..I have 2 granddaughters and one on the way..this would be totally awsome...crossing my fingers...

Scrappy Kristin said...

Thanks for the tips! We just this evening made a couple for my friend Amy, so this comes in handy :-)

by DeeDee said...

Karlee, very cute! I will be making those cute flowers! Thanks for sharing, I am following you now...
DeeDee

MyFairyGlamMother said...

I really enjoyed this video! I will be making a try at it this coming week! Thanks for sharing!

~DaNietra
www.FairyGlamMother.com

Two Scraptastic Gals said...

I love that black flower! That would be a real pretty flower for a scrapbook page! Love It!

Anonymous said...

Love them. Really cute. I will have to try both ways.

CL14Mentor@oh.rr.com

Iva Youngs said...

Super cute. Thanks for the chance to win a new cartridge.

Iva - iva @ ivarai dot com

Cathryn67 said...

Hope you are having a great vacation. Thanks for the chance to win.
cathryn67 at yahoo dot com

Lulubelle said...

I have been wanting to try these thanks for the tutorial!!!!

My Quilling Nest said...

Lovely idea! I now have another idea to do with my frabric. TFS
Quilled hugs,
Linda K.

creative patti said...

This is a great video, love how the flowers come out. Great for gifts or even use the flowers on you scrapbook page. Thanks.

Anthus said...

Great video. Thanks for the tutorial and the contest.

...Stacy (stacy at johnandstacy dot com)

Sandy said...

Super cute. I like the second technique better. I still think I would burn my fingers, but I hope to try this to make pretty hair flowers for my two year old! Thanks for posting this.

barbip said...

Another great video! I can't wait to try these, you make it look so easy! Hope you are having a great time Vegas -Woo Hoo!!!!

Mary M said...

Great video Karlee! I've made these also and use the heat gun and hold "flower" with tweezers. I like the second method (melt as you go, lol)TFS, Mary M

Wendy aka Bling Queen said...

I have to say that I love these. We are going to buy the supplies to make them tomorrow.

Would love to win also.

azuree55 said...

great hair flowers. Will have to make some!

pynoblem said...

What a quick and easy way to make very pretty hair bows. I like that all you have to use is fabric glue.

lissa8506 said...

Great video! Love the idea, thanks for sharing! Thanks for the chance to win!
lissa8506@hotmail.com

Deneen said...

These are fabulous. What a great hair accessory. I will definitely have to try this. Thank you!

dreama said...

Love it! Thanks for the tutorial... now I have something new to try.

Margie said...

Karlee, that is the coolest thing ever! I love your beautiful hair clips. Thanks so much for sharing!

OAK Creations said...

OMG I'm running out right now to the craft store to buy supplies to make some for my daughter! Thanks for posting, LOVE IT!

Team Abdulkariem said...

great video...thank you

Harlene said...

Love these barrettes. Have to make them for my nieces. They'll really like the second ones.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this!! I just love it and went out and got all of the supplies. I've made, black, red, white and black/white flowers. I let my daughter pick her faves and then took the others to work where us ladies are wearing them proudly today! The men in the office are joking with us and calling us the "flower girls"! Thank you!
Tammy

Kimberly said...

Thanks! I love making these, but I've never tried doing it the second way you showed. I like that idea, I'll try that on the next ones I make.

Danelle said...

Spectacular video!! you did a great demo!

Craftbugmum said...

Fab flowers what a great idea, thanks so much for sharing iy with us.
Fi xx

Christine said...

What an awesome idea Karlee, i'll use this technique to make some flowers for card embellishments...thank you again for sharing this with us.....

Anonymous said...

I would love to win your satmps and live in the U.K so we don't see ant of your items over here in the shops my e-mail is g.normington1@ntlworld.com

Angie Tolman said...

We did this at a neighbors house and it was really fun! i love the fun variety that you can do. We actually used candles and just put the silk close to the heat. We also used the hot glue gun.

Molly said...

That was so cool...Thank you for sharing. I think I will be making these to put in my girls Christmas stockings.

amanda said...

Thanks so so so much for this video. I just bought taffeta for my cousins wedding hair flower pins that Im making and I was clueless as to how to pull off the looks she wanted. I thought about using a lighter for the edges but I also didnt want to burn my house down haha

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