Plarn Carnations

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Introduction: Plarn Carnations

About: I make arts or craft project follow along here or go to my blog at http://badartworld.com. I notice when similar items are going into the recycling bin and I start thinking about them in new ways to remake…

We will work with the same method of making plarn except you'll stop before you connect  the loops.


You'll need:

plastic bags
sharp scissors
rubber band, floral wire, pipecleaner, elastic, string...
fabric felt,  bead wire etc

See Plarn by Della Badart

Step 1: Folding

Group between twenty and forty loops together; fold one side to the center.

Step 2: Folding

Fold opposite end across to other side to fold into thirds.

Step 3: Shape Flower

You will cut the ends off the loops and fluff out.  Next  shape to a puff ball.

Step 4: Embellishments

Flatten the bottom of puff ball and embellish with  wire and leaves.  I have examples of choices to make leaves and stems.

Step 5:

Attach flower to barret, ribbon, or rubber band. Wear it or...

Step 6:



Get a vase!  Della Badart

Badartworld.com

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    4 Discussions

    In the first step, where you say "Group between twenty and forty loops together; fold one side to the center", what do you mean? Do you use the whole bag or only the loops? I have never done plarn before but want to make these as decorations for my party.

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    badart
    badart

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Try looking at
    https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-Plarn-2/
    Stop before you hook the loops toether and use about 20 loops to make a flower! Hope that helps

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    JAGGIE
    JAGGIE

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Shouldn't you call them "Plarnations"? ^_^

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    badart
    badart

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    That's agood idea. Thank you!

    Della