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Branching Out: Gather a branch from your back yard and some pretty fabric to make this flower mobile. How to make a flower mobile from fabric and branches.

(NO sewing skills required to make this adorable flower mobile. Just grab a hot glue gun, buttons, five different printed fabrics, branch, twine, poly stain, and basic sewing supplies.)

Flower Mobile:  

     Once I finished the Jungle Mobile I couldn’t wait to start on a flower mobile!!! I love soft pinks and soft greens and just all things pretty! I wanted to keep with a nature theme, so I wanted to give an illusion of flowers growing off the branches. For this project there is no sewing involved. I first choose five fabrics that I wanted to work with. I traced a circle no bigger then 5 inches wide and cut little slits all along the edges. That circle is now my base and then to cut the next four circles for one side I went a ˝ inch smaller then the circle before. Do that same thing for the other side as well. I cut slits on all my circles.

      Once you have all your circles cut you then take a hot glue gun and glue all the circles together. For the center of the circle you  then hot glue a button to both centers of the flower. Or, if you do have hand sewing skills you can hand sew the flowers together in the center and sew the button on. I wanted to have each flower have their own look. So I mix matched the fabrics to make each pattern different.

How to make a fabric flower.

How to make a flower mobile using tree braches and fabric.

     Now you need to go out and find that perfect branch. Once you cleaned your branch off, put a coat of polyester stain to keep it from cracking. Once you have your branch hung where you would like it, take your thread threw your second biggest circles of each flower and make a hoop, just like an ornament hangs. And drape your flowers around the branch the way you like. I love using twine to hang the mobiles.

How to make a flower mobile using tree braches and fabric.

How to make a fabric flower.

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