As I said, I started the process on vacation but ended at home so please forgive all the different surfaces I photographed the flowers on.
You will need a pair of sharp scissors, acetate fabric (lining fabric), small piece of felt, a hair clip, needle and thread, low temp glue gun, and a candle.
over the candle, the rising heat will melt the edges of the acetate. Use tweezers when melting the smaller circles so you don't burn your fingers!
Now to finish it off here at home!
With the base flower you can make many variations.
For the first one I left the flower as it was. Using a needle and thread I stitched through all the layers to secure the petals in place.
Note: If you don't have an old earring just sew a few beads into the center.
Clip a hair clip to the felt piece (I found mine at Michael's by the wedding section).
Add a bit of glue from a low temp glue gun.
Turn the flower over and add to the back.
Same flower petals, but this time I added tulle. I cut tulle circles using the largest pattern only. I found that the tulle melts MUCH faster than the fabric. It also shrinks much more when it melts, hence cutting larger size circles. You definitely have to hold the tulle farther away from the flame!
All that being said, I love the look the tulle brings to the flower.