Kanzashi Pointed Petal Flower, YouTube Video

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Kanzashi Pointed Petal Flower, YouTube Video - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Welcome back and welcome to our newest video tutorial! Today’s project is awwwwesome and a little bit the same and a little bit different from last week’s super great Kanzashi Hair Bow video tutorial. I just love Kanzashi hair accessories! They are gorgeous and so unique! I was curious about them and their name, so I did a little research and traditionally, Kanzashi hair ornaments were used in Japanese hairstyles which I thought was so awesome! No wonder they are so gorgeous! Pretty cool huh!
Last week Shirley shared a sweet little Kanzashi Hair Bow and today she is going to show us how to make a gorgeous Kanzashi Pointed Petal Flower. I love this flower. It is absolutely beautiful and looks just like a pretty flower you would find in your flower beds or a stunning floral bouquet this summer! You are going to love learning how to create this fabulous flower and then making a whole bouquet in different colors and sizes for hair accessories or eye catching embellishments for your shirt, a bag or a jacket!

The supplies you will need are:

7/8″ Ribbon
Felt Circle (1 1/4″)
Needle and Thread
Hot Glue Gun

It Doesn't Matter What Color...
Enjoy learning how to create this gorgeous and unique flower!

Isn’t this flower terrific? I love the double layer of petals so the flower looks so full and that shiny gem is stunning! I would love to make an entire display of these gorgeous flowers in all different colors and sizes and maybe even add an additional layer to the flowers so they are even more full and fabulous…if that’s possible!
Thank you Shirley for sharing this flower with us today!

All of the supplies Shirley used for this fabulous flower can be found at The Ribbon Retreat! The ribbon and gem she used are perfect together, but there are so many other gem options and ribbon colors for you to choose from! Make sure to head over to The Ribbon Retreat to see all of your options for a flower center and for all of the options of colors for your petals to make your flower unique and just how you want it! You will love our selection of ribbon and gems but also all of our flowers, tulle, felt and resins…to name a few! Find all of our ribbon, gems and other crafty supplies HERE!

Did you know that Shirley brings us a brand new, amazing video each and every week? Her videos are incredible and the projects are always perfect for every crafting level and for anyone who loves to play with ribbon and other cute crafty supplies. Shirley has created lots and lots of amazing video tutorials just for you! You can find all of our videos in one convenient place! Have you checked it out before? If not, click HERE to head over to our YouTube Channel! Get ready to be amazed at all of the crafty goodness happening there! You will find over 140 videos that are full of ribbon, tulle and absolute cuteness!

Here are a few of the wonderful video tutorials you will find when you visit our channel!

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