*Needle and Thread
Marker/Pen and Paper
*Optional: Glue instead of needle and thread
Here’s what you’ll do:
Don’t worry if your flower is irregular. Perfect is highly overrated.
You will want to cut out at least two different sized flower templates.
Put your flowers together and decide on a button center.
You can see that I even used a circle at the center of one flower and believe me when I say it wasn’t a perfect circle. (You know how I feel about perfect things.)
I’m a fan of roughed up edges. If you’re not, just add a dab or two of Fray Check.
Sew (or glue) the button center into place.
(If you decide to use glue, you’ll also need to glue the flowers together at the center as well.)
Once the button has been sewn on or the glue has dried, flip the flower over.
Turn the pin right side down and stitch (or glue) onto the back of the flower.