The Burnt Edges Circle Flower
Cut out circles from your fabric in descending size. I cut out 7.
Find yourself a hand-held fire starter. (Thanks Felisha!)
Burn the edges of each circle
Nest each circle within each other, starting with the largest, and topping it off with the smallest. *Note: I ended up using only 5 of the 7.
With matching thread, make a knot coming from the bottom, and make a few small whip stitches in the center of your fabric flower to secure it all.
Add some pretty beads or buttons to add that some bling bling to your awesome burnt edges circle flower!
These two I made by the same method. I one from tulle looks ghostly, like a snake shedding it’s skin. It’s like a shell of a flower. No likey. I have seen them look really cute though, but I think they were made from netting instead of tulle.