Step 1: Gather Your Supplies
You will need:
Charms, Buttons, Stick-ons: whatever floats your boat
Hot glue gun and glue
Silk or Real flowers
Black velcro pieces
Black material that doesn't fray
Step 2: Make the Glove
Once you can see where your thumb should go, cut a small hole and re-fit. If you want, you can add some velvet ribbon to the end for some drama.
(Another idea would be to use an old glove from a thrift-store.)
In this picture, the front of the glove is pointing down, and you can see the thumb hole.
Step 3: Making the Base and Fastener
Take a piece(about 5-7 inches) of the wide ribbon, and fold both ends toward the middle. Staple, or hand-sew it together.
Cut a piece of the leather-like ribbon and fit it snuggly around your arm, or wrist, whichever is more comfortable.
Sew velcro pieces to the ends. Make sure it fits before you secure it to the base ribbon.
I attached the strap to the base ribbon with 2 staples.
(Note: I forgot to add it when making the first bow, so the pictures don't show the strap after this step until the end.)
Step 4: Make the Flower Mounts
Take a 3rd piece and cross over the front. Tack with hot glue, or use thread.
Step 5: Add the Flower Mounts to the Base
Either sew all the loops to the base, or hot glue.
I'm missing a picture between, but it isn't that complicated.
Make a small ring out of the feather ribbon, or any other fluffy ribbon you choose. (I happened to find this in the Christmas section of the craft store, even though it's August.)
Hot glue the circle to the center of the base, covering the leather-like loops. Be careful of your fingers. I used a scrap piece of satin ribbon to push the feather ribbon down on the glue.
Position the other 2 flowers, and then hot glue them into the center of the feather circle. You will be using lots of glue to do this. Don't worry, the feathers cover up any mistakes.
For fresh flowers, it would be best to wrap the ends in floral tape before you hot-glue them. You can get floral tape at Wally-world.....AKA Walmart.
Step 6: Glue on the Chain
You want to leave enough length so your arm fits through, and the chain hangs down a bit.
Step 7: Put the Rest of the Embellishments On
Anything that reflects your personality would be fun here.
(I didn't end up using the skeleton pieces.)