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Old 11-07-2010, 06:37
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Default How do you attach pony-o's to flowers?

I have been making singed flowers and would like to attach some to pony-o's, does anybody knows how to do this?

Also how do you attach the flowers to snap clips? Anybody has done this as well?

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Old 11-07-2010, 08:53
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Default Re: How do you attach pony-o's to flowers?

Nobody has done this
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Old 11-07-2010, 09:46
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Default Re: How do you attach pony-o's to flowers?

I guess you would have to sew the elastics to the flowers or maybe just the bottom piece of the flower.
The snap clips you would line or wrap them with ribbon and attach to the top of the clip(wrapped clip) or the center(lined clip)
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Default Re: How do you attach pony-o's to flowers?

I have attached some singed flower to small snap clips. I just lined the snap clip with a co-ordinating colour and glued it to the middle of the flower back. I would probably put a piece of felt on the back first just to give the flower some base stability.
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Old 11-08-2010, 05:36
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Default Re: How do you attach pony-o's to flowers?

If I were to attach them to a pony o, I would see through the flower, loop it through the pony, and see back up through the flower. Repeat this a couple times. Then add the rhinestone centers or beaded centers. That would be how I would do it. And for snap clips I would do it the same as the previous poster. Hth
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Default Re: How do you attach pony-o's to flowers?

I would sew through the flower and wrap around the pony-o.

For the snap clips, I just use hot glue (after you've prepped your flower; I take off the backing and stuff).

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