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Tutorial-Altered Straw Hat

Tami Sanders created a beautiful Altered Straw hat with the NEWEST Reminisce release, In Bloom.

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Here's how she did it...

1) Cut about 95 flowers from In Bloom papers.

2) Cover 6 - 2” to 3” chipboard flowers with In Bloom papers.

3) Bend up the petals of all of the paper and chipboard flowers to add shape and dimension.

4) Layer and adhere some of the paper flowers in the centers of the chipboard flowers.

5) Cut 2 – 2 ¼ X 6 pieces of kraft cardstock and 2 – 2 X 6 pieces of The Colors of Spring printed paper. adhere green side up down center of kraft pieces. then cut 2 – 1 X 6 pieces of Spring is in the Air and adhere light side up down center of green strips. then cut aqua flowers strip from 12 X 12 sticker sheet in half and adhere down center. Dovetail one end of each strip {one strip is slightly shorter in sample} and adhere to back of hat as “ribbons”.

6) Adhere chipboard flowers at back of hat starting with a row of 3, then a row of 2 above it, and then top with the last chipboard flower.

7) Begin adhering paper flowers around crown of hat, beginning with largest flowers, and working down to the smaller ones. only use a dab of glue at the centers of each flower to adhere, so you can easily tuck flowers behind previously adhered ones to layer.

8) Use as a centerpiece on a table or add a ribbon or hole to the top of the hat to hang on the door.

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Details on which flowers were cut from which papers can be found in our Photo Album - Projects and Instructions (link on the left side bar).

Thanks Tami, for sharing your talent and directions! 

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