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I recently was privileged to work with Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft Stores to help promote their Creativity Made Simple Campaign.  It’s message is that creativity can be simple, you can find time in your day to be creative and that creativity is for everyone, not just “crafty” people!  I couldn’t agree more with their message and really try to gear most of my own craft tutorials with the same idea.  I hope to inspire others to do a project, especially if they don’t think they can!  I love showing shortcuts to things or just explaining that a project is not as hard as the finished product would make you think it is!

Create a fabric flower on

I was asked to create a video showing how to make a simple project!  I chose to explain how to make a fabric flower.  You can use fabric flowers for so many applications I thought this would be a perfect project to have in your repertoire.  Attach to a headband, put a pin or alligator clip on the back and it’s perfect to add flair to a solid cardigan or as a clip on your purse handle.  Add a hair clip and pin on a cute ponytail!  Add Velcro to the back and make an interchangeable picture frame!  Change out the flower colors for the seasons or holidays!

There’s even more exciting news about the video!

The blogger with the most views will get $100 gift card to Jo-Ann’s AND I get to give one of my readers a $100 gift card as well!  I would love, love, love to be able to give one of you that gift card!  So I need your help with video views and shares!  The more the merrier!  I really, really appreciate any help!  View it, pin it, share it!  Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Create a fabric flowers with this simple how-to video from Cheryl at


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Disclosure:  I received an initial gift card to Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft stores to cover supplies for the video.  All opinions are 100% my own.

  1. Maureen


    I watched it!


    • Thank you sweet lady!!

    • Thank you so much Tracie!

  2. Dona

    OMG! You hit the big-time!! May I tell people “I knew you when…”?? Way to go, girl!

    • :) Thanks Dona!! Since you truly have been with me forever you can say whatever you want to!!

    • Thank you so much!!!!

  3. Great idea! Watched it & pinned it!

    • Thank you so much Jana!

  4. Camille

    This was awesome and I see a lot of ways to use this little flower! Thanks so much! By the way…you looked so good on the video!

    • Thank you Camille!! You are too sweet!!! (That was at about 2:30 in the morning!!) I appreciate the kind words!!

  5. Crystal

    Great job on the video!!

    • Thank you Crystal! I really appreciate it! {I feel like an idiot when I watch myself!}

  6. patti

    Viewed and pinned! Great job!

    • Thank you so much Patti! I appreciate it so much!

  7. I love this. I may make some this weekend.
    Thank you so much for this video

    • Thank You Rhonda! I hope you do make them! Lots of them! :)

  8. Super cute flower Cheryl! Pinning for sure!

    • Thank you so much Kathe!!

    • They make perfect hair accessories!!

  9. So cute! :)

    • Thank you Jess!!

  10. Adrianne

    Awesome video tutorial! Thanks for sharing!

    • Thanks Adrianne!

  11. Awesome job!! I love those little flowers, I’ll be making some soon. I love the video, it’s so fun to see your lovely face and hear your voice.:)

    • Thank you so much for the kind words Kadie! I really appreciate it!

  12. Fawn Strunk

    I Tweeted it, pinned it, googled plus it and facebook it. thanks love this video
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