Ladies and Gentlemen, I am pleased to announce that my newest pattern is now available in my Pattern Shop! Because it's a little late (was supposed to be my March pattern, but life and all those darn responsibilities got in the way), I am offering it at 10% off until April 10th. Use Coupon Code: LATEIRIS at checkout. (The coupon code is good for only this PDF.)
It is available only here on my website for now. After the first week I will have it available on Etsy as well.
This is a reworking of my previous Bearded Iris pattern. I believe the improvements I made really add to the aesthetics of the flower and make it look more realistic.
Read details about the pattern and purchase it on the listing page here.
On another related note, Payhip (my Pattern Shop venue) now has a Shopping Cart! This means that mulitple PDF's can be purchased at the same time instead of having to check out separately. Yay!!
My Iris Sculpture is, however, incomplete as pictured. It will be finished here soon. I plan on adding another full bloom Iris and then building some kind of stand . Hope it works out the way I want! If not, it will end up potted.
For April I will be making some mini hair clips, Calla Lilies (and the PDF Pattern), and hopefully some more flower stems to stock my shop a bit. I have some neat ideas for larger projects (specifically wall hangings and more sculptures), but need to get some small stuff done first.
I hope you all are having a fabulous week!
Hello everyone! I am Lauren Harpster, the designer behind Lauren's Creations. I am a 28 year old wife, and a mother to three adorable little kids. I've been making French Beaded Flowers for about six years now, and teaching French Beading through my website for about four years.
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2018 One-A-Day Project
I'm making one flower every day for 2018. Every month I will have a different color. At the end of the year I'm going to assemble all the pieces into a wreath. :)