If you haven't seen these before, here are the simple step-by-step instructions. I guarantee that once you make one, you'll make many, many more.
The first thing you need to do is gather your supplies. You'll need some fabric scraps, scissors, pen, needle, thread and the items you want to use to create your circles.
Start by using your items to trace circles on your fabric. I like to do a 3-layer flower. I used the bowl for my largest circle, the top of the cup for my medium sized circle and the bottom of the cup for my smallest circle. Cut the circles out of the fabric.
Next, you'll take each of your circles and fold them in half three times, then cut a small part of the tip off. Each of your fabric circles will then have a small hole in the center.
Using the needle and thread, use a simple stitch to go around the opening in the center of your fabric. Once you get all the way around, pull the thread tight and tie it off to gather the fabric. Do the same for your other fabric circles.
Layer your fabric circles and stitch them together. I like to add a button to the center for embellishment.
I made a few of these, because I'm feeling very patriotic this summer. I think I'll use them to pretty-up a headband and plain white skirt I have. What will you pretty-up with yours?