112: Craftista

22 04 2010

FABRIC FLOWERS!!

Actually, my craft project for today wasn’t supposed to be this. I was putting padding on the handles on one of my mom’s bag because the braided material is itchy and annoying. After doing that, the bag looked like it needed something more, so I made some fabric flowers inspired by this amazing lady and using this simple tutorial. I’m planning to give the bag to her on mother’s day, so I’m hiding it from her for now. 😀

I forgot to take a picture of it before the modification, so here’s the AFTER:

Detail of the padded handles. I used this thin rubber foam on the inside then sewed fabric on the outside.

Detail of the fabric flowers. They’re brooches, so if my mom doesn’t like them she could just take them off. For the top photo, I pinned the flowers on an elastic headband.

I also made earrings out of the rubber foam scraps I used to test adhesives earlier. They have pretty fabric glued on one side. These are actually stuffings for bags my mom bought in Bangkok. Isn’t that awesome?? 😀

p.s. Loraine coined the term “craftista”. Hahaha. It is genius.

Advertisements

Actions

Information

3 responses

8 05 2010
Mothers’ Day Bag Mod « ang craftista

[…] is the bag that I posted in my 365 blog, which I decided to hide from my mom until I give it to her on Mothers’ Day (made with love, […]

28 05 2010
143: Running Form « everyday bananas

[…] enjoying a cold drink after finishing my duties. There’s my mom behind me wearing one of the fabric flowers on her headband. A lot of people liked it! […]

19 07 2010
ang Craftista » Craft Attack

[…] made from the foam stuffing from the bags my mom bought in Bangkok, like the earrings at the end of this post. (I ended up giving this to my friend on her baby shower -11 July […]

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s




%d bloggers like this: