Just to let you know…
Our Introduction to Leather Flower Making ebook is out now and available for immediate download after purchase.
Learn the basics about working with leather to start making exquisite leather flowers of your own to match any project at hand.
You are well aware that I make flowers not only out of fabric but out of genuine leather too.
In November 2014 I took part in a millinery contest devoted to the First World War Centenary organised by www.hatalksocial.com. To express the theme of Remembrance I created a leather button hat with large bright red leather poppies (on the left). The judges were favourable enough to award me the second place out of 100+ contestants from all over the world. Needless to say I was thrilled! Not only have I won some hat blocks but also I have been asked to contribute to their ezine by offering a leather flower tutorial to the subscribers of HATalk monthly e-publication.
This months saw the release of the first part of my exclusive leather rose tutorial that is shown in the picture below.
If you have all the necessary equipment for fabric flower making but have never tried making leather flowers I think you should give it a go. Leather flowers require less manipulations but due to the nature of material look as equally (if not more!) impressive as the silk ones. Besides, they are a good robust trimming alternative for those colder months when thin transparent fabrics look a bit out of place.
Right now HATalksocial is having a special offer on the first year of subscription where you are getting £10 off and can subscribe for only £28.50 This gives you an access to all of this years new monthly publications, AS WELL AS over a 100 previous issues of the HATalk e-magazine. To read more about the offer and subscribe please click here.
If you have not yet invested into a set of tools but would really like to have a go at making flowers why not try leather blooms? The thing is, leather is such a luxurious and beautiful material to work with that often you do not need to do much before you turn it into a lovely flower. Hand shaping combined with the use of a pair of tweezers can create beautiful as well as pretty realistic flowers.
I have a schedule packed with more forthcoming leather flower tutorials, so if this topic is of interest to you do subscribe to my updates below and be the first to know about new tutorials. As my subscriber you will have a chance to purchase them with an attractive discount too!
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