Bloggie Bestie Blog Swap with Hani of Craftionary

Happy Thursday lovelies!!!
I am so excited to introduce you to Hani of Craftionary!
She has a lovely SPRING tutorial to share with you all today!!

Don’t forget, I’m guest posting over on her corner of the world today,
hoping you’ll pop over for a hello! 🙂

Here’s Hani…

Hello Readers of Truly Lovely

I am Hani from Craftionary

I am a new blogger who has started blogging for the love of crafts and sharing ideas. But of all the things I do I love to make new friends the most. 
Craftionary works by targeting a craft line and works to create projects linked to that specific line for about 2 months. So, you get more ideas about using a specific technique.You can find a whole lot of variety categorized from nylon flowers to origamiInstant last minute recipes to home remedies and blog designs to get craftyI am so excited to bring embroidery crafts in the late March to welcome the summers this year.

I am so excited to share my tutorial about tulips I made with nylon/ stocking net.

You can use your old nylon stockings and convert them into beautiful flowers this spring.
These are very simple to make

You will need:
Wire, floral tape, thread, stem wire, stamens and your choice of nylon

A complete guide can be found at Material and Basic Nylon Flower

You can make these petals by simply wounding the wire around a round cap or lid and twisting the end

Now cover it with nylon and thread it at the end. Then cut of the excess of nylon 

To make tulips you will need 3 petals of the size (5) and 3 petals size (6)
If you don’t have the rings you can use caps, lids etc of the above mentioned diameter.

Once all the supplies are ready. You just have to thread the stamens followed by petals on a stem wire as shown in the picture

When all the petals are threaded, you can glue a piece of nylon and wrap around the stamens to hide the 
wires. Next simply fold the petals up and position them as you like.

Your beautiful tulips are ready. Do make these to celebrate spring this season. 🙂

A few of my favorite projects lately:

Thanks for having me Kassi. I enjoyed being here.
I am so excited to bring embroidery crafts in the late March to welcome the summers this year. I hope you will stop by and see me at Craftionary
Thanks Hani for the lovely tulip tutorial and for blog swapping with us today as this week’s
Bloggie Bestie Blog Swap!!!
If you haven’t already, be sure to pop over to Hani’s blog for lots of crafty inspiration!!! We look forward to her embrodiery series coming up soon!
If you’re interested in being the weekly Bloggie Bestie at Truly Lovely, just shoot us an email!
It’s on the Contact Us page! 😉


  1. Just Jana says:

    Turned out great–so talented!

  2. Hani@Craftionary says:

    thanks girls.. 🙂
    I am going to share your easy peesy tutorial on friday. 🙂
    till then Happy Crafting

  3. Those are way too cute!! I think I can even handle doing those by myself!