How to Make Fringe Flower Greeting Cardscomments (12) June 10th, 2012
Here's a way to use up your leftover fringe by making some beautiful greeting cards. You can experiment with lots of different fringes for this project, but for best results, they should be no more than 1-1/2 inches wide. Oh—you can certainly make this project with other laces and trims!
What you'll need:
- Blank greeting cards
- Assorted fringe scraps
- Fray Check (optional)
- Hand-sewing needle and coordinating thread
- Scraps of decorative paper
- Circle craft punches (optional)
- Glue stick
- White craft glue
To make a fringe flower, cut a 6-inch length of fringe. Thread a needle with single thread and tie a knot. Apply a little Fray Check to the cut ends of your fringe if it has a tendency to unravel.