Friday, December 21, 2012


I've been thinking a lot about my little firstborn baby... er toddler. I'm still trying to remember when she switched from being a baby to being a toddler. I guess when she was a baby I thought it was so far away before she became a toddler. Oh how time passes all to fast. How life has changed. Oh how she has changed our lives. She is such a blessing in our lives.

Lately she has been taking to giving more hugs and kisses!!! Much to my delight! As she has always been more of a quality time little girl. But now she is a total snuggler! I love it!

She has got so much energy I don't think she even knows what to do with it all. It's precious watching her run around the house singing! She adores music so much! She loves to sing and dance around the living room! It is just darling!

She has such big beautiful blue eyes! And right now she has tons of little curls. They are getting so long they are starting to get into her eyes more. I try and put her 'bangs' up in a little pony tail, but she loves to pull anything out of her hair and off of her feet. I can't keep hair clips, socks, or shoes on this little girl.

She loves being a little farm girl. I think tho out of all our animals her favorite is the kitten. Sometimes the kitten gets in while I'm out getting wood. I come back in and it's in her arms. She's talking to it like a long lost friend and then exclaims to me "I LIKE! AWW"

She absolutely adores her little sister! When she's crying she comes to me looking all serious "Umline (her way of saying Emmaline), sad." She runs and tries to give her a toy or cover her up saying "I know, Umline" or "I know, baby". Sometimes she calls her baby. The other day Susie was coloring a picture and Emmaline was watching her. She then held up her picture to show Emmaline and said "See!"

She loves to show people things! When someone comes over she has to show them all her toys and she loves to share them with them! She loves to give people things! When I'm making dinner sometimes I'll give her something to snack on... she always asks "Dada?" And she runs to take it to him. I then have to cut her up a piece as well!

She thinks that brushing her teeth is a hobby! Whenever I go into our bathroom to brush my hair or something she runs in as fast as she can and says "teeth!!!?" And proceeds to get out her toothbrush!

Needless to say she is such a blessing! She loves to help me do things! She loves to pick up her toys, run dirty clothes to the laundry room, sweep, and put the silverware away. And most of those things she does without being asked. She just loves doing them! Bless her heart! <3 I LOVE HER!!!

Monday, November 19, 2012

The Lord is my strength

Some days are chaotic, stressful, and long. I wake up in the morning feeling like I could have at least slept for another 3-4 hours. I stay exhausted all morning. Trying not to feel overwhelmed by the morning hustle and bustle. I feel tired, hungry, morning sick, cold, and grumpy. I just feel like melting into my warm bed and crying the morning away. How will I ever get through this!? How can I get the things done that I need to get done? Then I remember... This is but for a season and it too shall soon pass. God is faithful and will bring me through! 

Help me keep my focus on you! I can do all things through You who strengthens me! I pray You will be my focus and that I won't get overwhelmed but that I will take one day at a time, one moment at a time, one step at a time! Thank you for Your love and thank you for this wee one growing in me! 

Monday, November 5, 2012

Healthy Oatmeal Pancakes

I've decided that for the most part I don't want to eat sugar or white flour throughout this pregnancy. So I've been trying to find recipes that don't use white flour or sugar. I used to love my oatmeal pancake recipe. But it had both. So I altered it and here is what I now have! I personally think it is just as good! As does my husband who told me at first that he didn't notice a difference! :-)

Healthy Oatmeal Pancakes

2 cups rolled oats
2 cups buttermilk

In a bowl combine oats and buttermilk, stir to blend well. Either cover and let sit till morning or let sit while you make up the rest.

1/2 cup whole wheat flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp salt

In another bowl stir these together.

2 Tbls honey
2 eggs lightly beaten
1/4 cup melted butter
1/2-1 cup raisens (optional and to taste)

Add these things to the oats and buttermilk. Stir just till blended. Then add the dry ingredients and stir till moistened, If batter seems to thick add more buttermilk. Preheat griddle over medium heat, use 1/3 cup for each cake. Cook and serve with maple syrup!

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Exciting announcement

I love babies!! Seriously even just the thought of babies make me feel giddy, happy, and excited! Children make me happy! I love the joy they bring to our lives! So I'm excited to announce that we are expecting baby #3 to arrive sometime around July 6, 2013!! Wow!!! I'm excited to update on a picture when I start to show! :-) I always seam to start showing early so that might be soon! :-)

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Distractions Steal God's Peace

It was going to be a work day! I was going to get lots accomplished! I was going to make laundry soap, wash laundry, fold and put away ALL the laundry, clean bathrooms, etc... I was going to do all the things that good wives and mamas do. Cause that's what makes a good wife! Right? Well it does help! But I didn't hardly get a thing on my to do list done. Instead I exercised, had breakfast, and pedicures with my sister, played and read stories with my girls, and cuddled with my 6 month old. Are these things wrong? No! Then why was I feeling guilty? Maybe because those kind of days happen more often then not? I get distracted by everyday happenings. I get distracted by my husband, my girls, my sisters, most of all I get distracted by 'things'! In the Bible it talks about how Martha was distracted by many things. She was busy... She was preparing and serving. Not that those things were wrong, just like how me taking time to be with my husband, children and sisters aren't wrong. Jesus tells us to serve and love others. But it's what is in your heart and spirit. Is your heart and spirit right with God. Are you allowing yourself to have things that distract you from what you should be doing... Drawing close to Jesus. I believe distractions can come in many different ways. But mostly I believe it has to do with where your heart is. Is my heart right with God? Am I keeping my focus on what He has for me to do? Or is my focus in the clouds? Am I spending my day dreaming about could be's? Is there peace in my heart and home? Am I thankful for what the Lord has given me? 

Drawing close to Jesus can be very hard if I am allowing the cares and worries of the world into my life. Those things keep my heart and mind from having the sweet communion I need with the Lord. I need to give it all over to Him and allow Him to guard my heart and mind! Allowing Him to cover me in His sweet peace and love! 

When I was pregnant with Emmaline there was a time where our home was not only clean, but peaceful! Looking back I had thought that the peace came from the cleanliness. I was trying to get that peacefulness back. Guess what, no matter how much I cleaned it just wasn't there. I couldn't understand why I couldn't get the peaceful feeling back by washing dishes, folding laundry, sweeping floors. Oh how I tried, but it just wasn't there. I then read in my journal from when I was pregnant and realized I was in the Word constantly and praying continually! That is when I realized it was a heart situation. My heart wasn't right with God. I wasn't making Him first in my heart. I wasn't asking for His love and peace to fill this place. I wasn't sitting at His feet worshiping Him. I was trying to get His peace to fill our home without asking. Without drawing close to Him. Without Prayer. Without Him! I was doing what Martha had been doing. I was convicted. The next day I was in the Word and praying. Then one day the house was picked up but it was a tad messing here and there. That evening when my husband and I sat talking we both stopped and Rich said 'it's peaceful in here'. It wasn't because the dishes were done, it wasn't because the floors were swept, and the laundry folded... for indeed some of those things weren't done. It wasn't because the house was sparkling! It was because the Lord was there. It was because we were having sweet communion with Him! We were sitting at His feet! We were allowing Him to take the cares and worries of the world away from our hearts. He was in our heart! His love and peace filled our hearts, minds, and home! 

Tuesday, October 16, 2012


Writing out what your priorities from most important to least important helps you, as a homemaker, to see what it is that you need to be doing in your day! Also making a list of things that will not be in your priorities at the time is also a good idea. Keep in mind tho that everyone is at different stages in life. For example my list of priorities aren't going to look the same as say my mom's! ;-) I challenge you to make your own list! But here's mine:

1) The Lord!

I need daily time to be in His word, t0 have a prayer time, and time to meditate/memorize scripture. This is extremely important to keep you on track for your daily activities! When you miss spending time in the word, life won't run as smoothly as you hope.

2) My Man!

My man is #2 in my life! We need our relationship to be strong so that we are on the same page with training our children and so that our children have happy parents who are working together to bring God all the glory! 

3) My Children!

My children are next! They need their mama to care for them in loving and kind ways! They need their mama to feed them, change them, dress them, bath them, love them, play with them, and train them! Children need their mama!

4) My health!

Yes this is next on my list. If my health is in poor shape then I can't take care of my family the way that I need to! My health includes all sorts of things like exercising, getting dressed for the day, eating healthfully, drinking water, taking vitamins, and anything else that means taking care of myself so that I'm presentable and healthy to better serve the Lord and my family!

5) My Home!

As most wives and mothers know we need clean, well kept, organized homes! We need this so that there is peace and restfulness in the home. This is an area that I struggle in very frequently. But it is extremely important for everyones physical, mental, and even spiritual health.

6) My animals!

My animals come next. With goats and chickens providing milk, eggs, and meat for us I need to make sure they are on my list of priorities. They need to be well taken care of!

7) Healthy Food!

I strive very hard to make our own bread, tortillas, muffins, yogurt, hamburger buns, and much more. This is important to me. Not only for our health, but also for the fact that it is fugal. 

Anyway that is a list of 'my' priorities right now... they are ever changing! What do your priorities look like?

Monday, October 15, 2012

Homemade Chocolate Chunks

Chocolate is one of my favorite things! LOVE chocolate! As does my husband. Tho store bought chocolate chips just aren't something that I buy. I missed making chocolate chip cookies, pancakes with chocolate chips in them, and all the rest of the yummy things that require the small delicious chocolate chips!

SO I've got good news for all you chocolate lovers out there! :-) Homemade Chocolate chunks! I prefer BIG chunks to chips anyway! ;-) Ready for the recipe?

Homemade Chocolate Chunks

1 cup butter, coco butter, or Palm Shortening (I use palm shortening)
1/4 cup sugar
1 cup coco powder

Take a sauce pan and melt your oil. I stir it frequently so that it doesn't pop and so that it melts faster. Then add the sugar so that you can melt it. I use Organic Cane Sugar. I've heard that you can use honey, stevia, or any other sweetener you want to try (I want to try it with Maple syrup). After you have the sugar stirred in you add the coco powder. Pour it into an 8x8 pan and put it into the freezer for a few hours or until hard. Then cut it up into chunks of your desired size! :-) Mmm! Enjoy!

Find the original recipe here. 

Thursday, October 11, 2012

My Prayer Today

Today I was thinking how I want my life and everything in it to be glorifying to the Lord. I want Him to use me in the ways He wants. So my prayer today for my blog is that He would use this blog to encourage, uplift, and show His love and peace to others. I want this to be a place where other mothers, wives, and daughters can come and see a glimpse of my heart and know that Christ dwells in me!

I want Christ to shine out through me to those I meet! Even you on this little blog who I may never have the pleasure of meeting in person here on this earth.

I'm excited to be starting afresh with my blog and turning it into being more Christ-centered! I have some post ideas I want to share with you in the next few weeks that the Lord has been teaching/showing me. Some of which include topics like True beauty, time management, and priorities. I pray that the Lord shows me the right words to write and that you are blessed through them by seeing 'His' handiwork. For indeed it is not my own works but His through me!

Blessings on your day!

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Social Networks

So for those of you who don't know... I will no longer be on the famous social networks Facebook and Twitter. Nothing against them! In fact I like them. I just spent WAY to long on them and time is precious! I need to be wise in where I spend my time and at this point I'm not willing to spend time on Facebook or Twitter. So if you would like to follow me, e-mail subscription or GFC is the best ways. Or just simply come to my page every once in awhile! Also leaving a comment to let me know you stopped by always encourages me! :-)

Have a blessed day!

Emmaline's birth story

I must say being pregnant with Emmaline wasn't quite as easy as the pregnancy with Susannah and honestly I blame it on the way I was eating. I think I needed more fresh foods. I was eating a lot of bread and grains. 

Toward the end of pregnancy I was exhausted, miserable, and grumpy a lot. I would cry myself to sleep sometimes and my husband would hold me and reassured me that our baby would be here soon. 

A few weeks before the due date I started having a lot of Braxton hicks and contractions. It was kind of encouraging, but made me feel miserable again. I didn't really feel like doing much and I was constantly so EXHAUSTED. So I started hoping for a early birth! I was SO ready! Which was a good thing beings during most of the pregnancy I was scared of the labor. But by this time I was confident and quiet ready. 

I started having pre-labor contractions on Thursday, April 26. So my husband took off Friday. And we waited around hoping this would be it. The midwife came and checked me and told me I was at 2 1/2 cm. I was highly not encouraged. I had hoped to be farther along with having so many contractions. So we waited around again. Walking, walking, and more walking... hoping to kick real labor in. 

Nothing except the usual pre labor contractions happened till Saturday night when I felt a gush of water. I didn't actually think anything of it till Sunday morning tho when I remember the night before I had a gush of water. I felt funny that morning and thought that just possible the gush of water the night before was my waters breaking. I tried not to get my hopes up tho. I decided to calmly take a test and see if my waters had broken. And they had!!!! I was ecstatic! I ran and told my husband! 

We called our midwife who didn't answer her phone. Then I tried the assistant midwife and she asked if I was having contractions... I replied with 'just the same prelabor ones'. So she said to call back in when I was having contractions. My husband and I decided to do something other then wait around. So we went to get some chicks and have a BBQ with my parents. Still just the same annoying pre-labor contractions. I started getting discouraged and afraid labor wouldn't start on it's own just like with Susannah. 

My sisters and I went on yet another walk hoping something would kick in. Then my husband and I went home so I could get some rest. I was feeling tired and discouraged that my contractions hadn't started. So I decided to go to bed. It was like 9:00 pm. Richard wasnt tired yet so I went to bed alone. I then woke up really hungry and having very VERY spaced and irregular contractions. I was scared that they would just go away. But I went to tell my husband anyway... He was just then heading my way to go to bed. I don't think he thought that they were the real thing either. 

At this point it was 11:00pm. I didn't feel like sleeping anymore and I was hungry so I ate some granola. And wondered around the house a little hoping the baby would be born tonight. Then I sat down and read some birthing stories for awhile. The contractions were pretty spaced at this point so I wanted everyone to be able to get some rest. By now I knew that it just had to be the real thing! I waited around till about 12:30 when I started to feel a bit panicky about being by myself as the contractions were getting stronger and more intense. 

So I went to lay on our bed with Richard. When I layed down they got farther apart but stronger and longer. They were about 5 min apart and lasting 1 1/2 mins. When I got up they were 3 min apart and lasting 45 sec. I would then squeeze Richard's hand when I would have one hoping he would wake up. Which he did and he asked if I was having contraction. We decided it was time to call the midwife. 

The midwife sent her assistant out to check on me. She checked me while Richard went to prepare some more things. She told me I was dilated at 5 cm. I felt discouraged. I was ready to have this baby. When Rich came back the assistant told him I was dilated to 5 cm and he looked at me and said with so much encouragement in his voice "That's great Sarah!! Your already halfway there!!!" I then thought "Oh that's true!!" I was then very encouraged and ready to keep going! The contractions were a TON easier then with Susannah, who I was put on pitocin with. So I actually felt like I wasn't getting anywhere with them. 

Richard was so encouraging through the contraction and helped me keep my mind positive that we would soon be holding our baby! He walked around and did the labor dance with me and helped me moan through the contraction! I remember a couple times laying down on the bed to rest between contractions.

Finally after laboring like that for awhile I started to feel like pushing but I didn't think I was ready. In fact I thought I was a long way from actually being ready. Finally I couldn't hold back the push. The assistant then called the midwife and I could hear her telling her "Looks like she's pushing now. You should probably head this way." So she then fixed the bed up so I could push on my hands and knees for a few while she got the tub ready for my water birth. Richard then encouraged me "She's getting the tub ready!! Your going to be holding our baby so soon!!!" I was encouraged, but at the time thinking that was unrealistic and that there was still a long ways to go. I felt tired but not nearly as tired as with the labor with Susie. 

Finally I got into the tub. Which felt nice but made my contractions get farther apart which I honestly wasn't the happiest about... Haha! I just wanted to hold our baby! But I continued to push through them. I remember getting pretty warm and asking for a cool washcloth for my forehead. Finally after pushing for a bit she finally started to crown. The crowning hurt more then with Susie. I wasn't expecting it to hurt so much and I kept saying 'it stings, it stings, it stings!!!' My husbands told me later that during that time I was pinching his arms. That part seamed to last forever and was the most painful of the whole birth. 

Finally I got past the crowning part and was getting her out. When I was close to getting her completely out the assistant guided her under me so that I could bring her out of the water! I picked her up and laid back against the tub saying 'oh I love you already!!!' I felt ecstatic and oh so very excited!!! I felt like a little girl with a new doll!!! I didn't have my glasses or contacts on so I couldn't tell if she was a boy or girl. So I asked Richard. He then announced that she was a girl!!! Again excitement overwhelmed me!!! Even writing this I can feel the same excitement! At that point the midwife finally walked in and we all laughed about her missing the birth.

I honestly thought I'd tore a ton because of how much it stung. But it turned out I only tore a little and needed only a few stitches. She turned out to be a 9 lb 2 oz baby! I believe that's why it stung so much.  She was born at 5:17 am. I was in active labor for 5 1/2 hours. I pushed for about 35 min. I loved having a home birth! Not having to go anywhere and then being able to just lay down and sleep in my own bed with my husband was amazing!! :-) Overall it was a much easier birth then my first (minus the crowning part)!

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

That's Important To Me

My favorite song lately! Pretty much sums up what's important to me as well!

Keeping it simple around here

Today I decided that I'm going to make a change on my blog! :-) I'm pretty excited about it! I'm wanting my blog to have a little more me in it. Sarah Mae is hosting the challenge and I'm going to be following along! :-)

The first challenge is about setting boundaries! Here are my boundaries:

~I will not let my blog come before my Children. I will make sure that I spend the time I need to with them. I will blog during their nap times, early morning, or evening. I don't want to be known to them as a mama who just spends all her time on the computer.

~I will not let my blog come before taking care of my home. If I need to get something else done during nap time, early morning, or in the evening I will simply skip blogging.

~If I am burned out I will decide to take a brake from blogging and get down to real life. I want to write edifying things on my blog that are uplifting and encouraging to other ladies!

~I will be making my blog family friendly and Christ-honoring... being picky about what I blog about and who I blog for.

Thank you for reading! May the Lord bless your time here!

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

There's where my energy went...

 Besides trying to keep up with our little 2 year old we have been:

Gardening! Which to be honest I haven't canned a thing. :( I've froze tons of things, but somehow canning just hasn't happened at all this year.

Needless to say tho we have been eating fresh produce from our garden nearly every day! Which is such a blessing!

Our little farm cat had a batch of 4 kittens this Summer! So we've been having fun playing with them! As well as our little goat kids! The mama goat is still nursing them through the day and I milk her in the morning receiving a half gallon of delicious milk! I haven't had enough to make things out of it yet... but I have made lots of yummy ice cream and some yogurt!

Can I leave without showing you a picture of our hairy little farm dog? :-)

Or miss priss herself?

This is our stack of wood that we have been bucking up, splitting and stacking throughout the Summer/Fall! This picture doesn't really do it justice... it looks much bigger in person! ;-)

I was splitting some the other day and our neighbor lady walked by saying "That's a man job" ;-) Oh how I do agree! Tho I must say it's kind of fun to 'try' and split some wood! And it's mostly fun to help my husband! :-)

Monday, October 1, 2012

Everyday is a new day

Everyday really is a new day around here. Summer with all it's wonderful blue skies and heat have ended now and I'm trying to keep myself looking forward to all that fall and winter bring along! :-) But let me tell you about our Summer a little! :-)
My sister Liz and I got to be pregnant together!! How fun is that?! Her son was born 5 weeks after my little lady! :-) It's been so much fun being an aunt and watching the cousins together! :-)

This is our best friend couple! ;-) Sisters and um... brother-in-laws... best friends! Actually my husband is the one that introduced my sister to her husband when we were courting! Our men where best friends at the time and still are! ;-)

 LOVE this man!!! :-) This Summer we had our 3rd wedding anniversary! It has been 3 amazing and adventurous years! Full of both trials and blessings! One of my favorite sites as of late has been The Dating Divas! They have tons of fun dating ideas!

 This summer we've also been getting to know this sweet little blessing! The best way to describe her is she wears her heart on her sleeve! When she is happy she's REALLY happy and when she is sad she's REALLY sad. At times she is calm and just is as quiet as can be and other times she is just so talkative! But in every way a blessing! :-)

 This is our little farm girl! She loves helping with the goats, cats, and chickens! She loves being outside and she is just a little ball of fire! Can't keep her still for anything really. Keeps her mama on her toes with all her energy! She just had her 2nd birthday on Sept 30th! Can't believe my little lady is growing up so fast!

 Children really are such sweet little blessings!! :-)

Monday, July 9, 2012

Excitement on the farm

Life is great! I don't do exciting things like swimming with dolphins or visiting other countries or snowboarding. But life is still exciting! In the last few weeks/month I've got to watch and do these things:

~ Take my daughter to the potty and help her learn to be a big girl

~ Plant a garden with my husband! Which may seam boring to some people, but is one of the most exciting things to me right now! Plus I get to spend GOOD quality time with my man!

~ I don't know what's more exciting then getting to watch my girls smile and play with each other! People would constantly tell me that my daughter would be jealous of the new baby... But she seriously could not be more thrilled. She is CONSTANTLY giving her new 'sista' kisses and hugs! Not to mention she's already trying to play with her and she covers her up when she kicks off her blankets! They are simply the cutest girls! ;-)

~ I don't know about you but milking a goat excites me immensely! ;-)

~ The idea of planting an herb garden next year and learning about it this year is pretty exciting!

~ Canning season is exciting me!

What kind of things have been exciting to you lately?

Friday, June 15, 2012

Spring Happenings

Sorry for not being around as much as usual lately. I've been completely absorbed with my sweet family! With the birth of our second daughter (birth story to come soon), trying to get a garden in, putting up fencing, buying some goats, and still trying to keep up with all the other household tasks that make life easier I've not had to much time to spend on one of my favorite hobbies... blogging! But I'm thankful to be getting this post in to let you all see why I've been gone! ;-)

Aren't these two little blessings just delicious! ;-) Seriously though... I've just been eating them up! Our oldest daughter loves her little sister so much! She gives her kisses, covers her up when she uncovers herself, and lets me know when she's crying! I love those girls!

Blogging fans meet Miss Sweet Pea! :-) She is my Sweet (fits the blog name eh? ;-) ) little 2 year old milking doe! We've been blessed to be getting 1 1/2 quarts of fresh goats milk daily from her. The rest has been going to her kids... so I think by the time the kids are weened well be getting a gallon or so a day from her! :-) I'm so excited to be trying to make things like cheese, cottage cheese, feta cheese, butter, goats milk soap, ice cream, sour cream, and so much more!!! :-) I'm hoping to be sharing my recipes with you when I succeed in making them!

These are Sweet Pea's babies Mattie (brown girl) and Maroco (black boy).

If you have any recipes calling for goat milk or things that take milk/cream to make please feel free to send them to me at

Monday, June 4, 2012

Rolled Fabric Flowers Tutorial~ Guest Post

Hey, I'm Tiffany from Fashion In The Forest!  I'm posting here on Mama's Sew Sweet Baby today to show all you lovely people how to make rolled fabric roses! 

Let me tell you a little bit about my blog.  Fashion In The Forest is dedicated to finding affordable fashion, so post about sales, deals, coupon codes, reviews & giveaways.  Like all of us, I am a woman of many interests, so I also occasionally post tutorials or fun articles and ideas.  I hope you'll come visit me!  

Now, I know you've seen these flowers all around the blog-o-sphere.  They're super versatile and great to have on hand for craft projects.  There are many different ways to fold & roll the fabric so your options are virtually endless.  Today I wanted to show you how to make a basic rolled fabric flower.  This project is very easy to do and required very little time and only the minimum of supplies.  

Here's what you'll need:
•Your Favorite Fabric (I generally use strips of a fat quarter fabric square)
•Super Glue

I know that a lot of people use a glue gun, and that works just as well, but I really like super glue because it bonds fast and it sticks, plus you don't have to mess around with glue sticks or have cords in your way.  Hand stitching is also an option if you're handy with a needle and thread. 
Step One: 
Cut fabric into a strip.  For a 2" flower, the strip I used was 2 1/4" x 21".  After my initial cut, I usually tear the fabric as this is both easier plus I think the frayed edges make it look better.

Step Two:
Fold your strip in half, lengthwise.  

Step Three:
Roll your end into a ball, as this will be the center of your flower.  Secure it with a dab of glue.

Step Four:
Twist and roll.  You'll want to start with the strip held straight and then twist away from the center.  Roll your twisted strip around the center and for each time you make a loop around, secure with glue.


Step Five:
When your strip is around 1 1/2" from the end, stop rolling.  You'll need this small bit of fabric to finish the back.  Glue the remaining fabric over the back, then trim the edges around the perimeter. 

The back will look like this:

The front will look like this:

These flowers can be used in so many things!  For example, you can attach them to clips, barrettes, headbands, on a belt or pillow....Really, the options are endless!  I really hope I’ve given you the inspiration to make a few of these blossoms.  Hopefully my tutorial is easy enough to follow! 
Here are a few ideas from Pinterest to show some different ways to use these flowers:

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