This brand new satin lily corsage tutorial is focused on a realistic looking fabric lily flower. With minimum tools you can create a classic lily flower corsage (and more!).
Very multitalented, colourful, impressive and charming. Meet her Majesty the Lily Flower. With such an impressive choice of shapes and colours there’s a lily for every occasion and mood.
In the satin lily corsage tutorial you will learn how to make a pretty realistic looking satin lily and turn it into an classic corsage, ideal for a wedding or a striking hat trim. Thanks to the specialist techniques the flowers are rather robust and long wearing.
For a more slylised lily flower try our VELVET LILY HEADPIECE TUTORIAL.
The step-by-step detailed photo tutorial explains how to make realistic looking lily flowers. You will learn to make the centres of the lilies as well as the flowers and the foliage and learn to work with differently textured fabrics.
With more than 150 pictures explaining in detail the whole process of creating your own satin lily corsage, the 88 page pdf tutorial (no hard copy is available) will unlock the secret of the bright summer blooms. Satin lilies can be used in headpieces, hat trims, corsages and other accessories. They can also be combined with other fabric flowers. I have included the pattern which you can enlarge or reduce in size depending on your project. The photo tutorial comes with an additional video that demonstrates most tricky points for you.
You will receive access to BONUS tutorial on 2 variations of handmade lily stamens after you have left a review on the Satin Lily Corsage Tutorial. With the help of this BONUS tutorial you can make your own lily stamens for all your projects.
To create the satin lily corsage you require some specialist millinery tools. Please refer to the photo which shows what supplies and tools you will need for this tutorial. The tools used in this tutorial can be purchased at https://presentperfectcreations.com/product/extra-narrow-millinery-tools-set/ and https://presentperfectcreations.com/product/flower-making-tools-full-set/
We are pleased to be able to offer fabric kits for this tutorial. Please find more information on satin lily corsage kits at https://presentperfectcreations.com/product/diy-material-kit-for-making-satin-lily/
What you will learn in the satin lily corsage tutorial
🌸 how to dye all the parts of the corsage in a realistic manner (working with jacquard and satin fabrics)
🌸 how to shape lily petals and leaves
🌸 how to make a realistic looking lily centre (stamens and a pistil)
🌸 how to attach leaves to the lily stem
🌸 how to finish the lily stem using the straight method
🌸 how to assemble the satin lily corsage and finish it with a pin
Level: beginner/ improver (requires time, neatness and precision)
Time: about 6 hours on average (plus the drying time)
Please have a look at the list of materials and tools and if you are not sure you have everything you need please get in touch with us before buying the Satin Lily Corsage Tutorial to clarify any questions you might have.
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PLEASE NOTE: NO MATERIALS are included in the price. The price you pay is for a .pdf ebook. There is no charge for postage.
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