Planning a baby shower is so much fun. Here is an update to the Baby Shower inspirations. I previously posted about the Baby Shower plans.
I had a basic idea how I wanted to match the theme in the room and add it to my chandelier.
After assembling the petals the way I wanted them to look, I sewed them together using a bit of felt on the bottom to anchor the rosette.
link to a Millinery Flower pattern which you can use to cut out your own flowers out of your favorite fabrics.
By sewing a button on the bottom, not only do you anchor the rosette, but you can tie it to a gift, or to something you want to decorate. Sometimes I sew the rosette to the ribbon before it is tied to a gift. Then the person that the gift is for, gets to use the rosette for something else.
So, this is how it looks on the shade. I like the way the tulle makes it look like a hat. I am going to use A Tea Party theme for the main food table buffet. So, it seems appropriate that my little shades will be wearing hats to my tea.
My inspiration for my rosettes comes from my beloved little treasure of a book by Kaari Meng called Treasured Notions. French General
While I am in the process of planning the shower, I thought I would add links of inspiration to my sidebar. I have found some really cute baby shower inspirations.
I hope I sewed some inspiration into your day today. Wishing you a lovely day.