Would like to master working with lace? This detailed lace flower tutorial in video format has been designed for you!
If you ask what fabric can enhance femininity I’ll say lace. Lace can be very versatile and different too. Black lace will add a bit of mystery and drama whilst white lace is all about romance and innocence. With the wedding season almost upon us we have decided to share the knowledge on how to work with lace and use it in flower making by creating a romantic hair circlet with delicate lace orchids and freshwater pearls.
We do not like the idea of showing how to create flowers alone. It is much nicer to make a wearable piece with fabric flowers. But it does not mean that we discourage you from experimenting. A hair circlet is just one option. The lace orchid flowers can be arranged into a bracelet, a necklace, attached to a headband or made into a corsage. Besides, the knowledge you get with this tutorial on how to work with lace allows you to create many other different flowers from lace.
More than 50 minutes of video instructions from the practising flower artist for you to watch, study and practise.
Watch the video through the artist’s eyes, follow the instructions and create, create,create!
Level: beginner (requires time, patience and a flower iron with a set of tools)
ALL FABRICS THAT ARE USED FOR MAKING FLOWERS HAVE TO BE STIFFENED BEFOREHAND using your favourite method.
Time: about 4 hours on average
Who this tutorial is for:
❀ accessory designers
❀ bridal designers
❀ wedding decorators
❀ little girls’ mothers
❀ those, who love to create their own accessories as a hobby
You will receive access to the tools and supplies checklist, 2 video lessons as well as the template for this course. Once purchased the course can be accessed on the website 24/7 through your profile.
Please watch the video below where I am explaining what tools and materials you will need for this course. Get in touch with me before buying the tutorial to clarify any questions you might have.
PLEASE NOTE: NO MATERIALS are included in the price. The price you pay is for a video tutorial. There is no charge for postage.