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Make a fabric flower card

Collage flower cards

Enlarge templates to required size. For flower, trace six circles and one leaf onto Bondaweb. Iron the circles and leaf onto different co-ordinating fabrics. Cut out and assemble on a blank card. Faintly draw a pencil guideline for the stem. Using a sewing machine set on the longest stitch, follow the guideline to stitch two lines for the flower stem. Peel off the back of the Bondaweb and reassemble circles and leaf on the card. Gently iron in place. Repeat process for apple, arranging a leaf, a stalk and random small shapes to fill the apple shape.

Tip: Place a fine muslin cloth or similar over the card when pressing to avoid iron marks.  

Blank card, Paperchase.

Feature: Kirsty Robertson. Photo: Richard Burns. Illustrations: Terry Evans

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