Make BEAUTIFUL Felt Flowers - The Magic Onions

Make BEAUTIFUL Felt Flowers

Make beautiful Felt Flowers in a few simple steps DIY Tutorial with The Magic Onions Blog
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There are so many beautiful ways to craft with felt.

Felt brings such an earthy rich texture into your home. I recommend crafting with the the best quality felt, always. There is such a huge difference with using the best felt. You are spending time and effort in your crafting and using the best possible materials will make your crafting experience that much more enjoyable.  Plus, the results of your crafting efforts will be all the more beautiful when you use better mateirals.

I get my felt from the most delightful shop called A Child’s Dream. They have a huge selection of the prettiest colors. Choose the naturally dyed wool felt if you want to use extra special felt in your projects. It’s simply gorgeous to work with.

Kitty and I have just made such lovely felt blossoms that we glued onto a few twigs and have put in a vase on the mantel.

Best of all, you won’t believe how simple these felt flowers are to make and I’m sharing the quick and easy tutorials with you today.

Make beautiful Felt Flowers in a few simple steps DIY Tutorial with The Magic Onions Blog

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TUTORIAL : FELT BLOSSOMS

 

1.  Use scissors to cut the felt into a scalloped spiral about 6 inches in diameter. My favorite felt-cutting scissors are small and sharp and I turn the felt as I cut instead of the scissors.

2.  Roll the scalloped spiral of felt into a flower.  Start with the outside of the spiral. Roll it up on itself, keeping the petals even on top.

3.  You can let the center (bottom) of the flower span outward a little. And even pull the petals a little to widen your flower into an open shape.

4.  When you come to the round center of the spiral at the end, put a little glue onto the underside of the felt and stick it over the bottom to hide the messy rolled up felt.

5. Choose pretty twigs from the garden and glue the felt flowers onto the twigs.

Put your pretty felt blossoms into a vase in a pretty place in your home to brighten your days.

Make beautiful Felt Flowers in a few simple steps DIY Tutorial with The Magic Onions Blog Make beautiful Felt Flowers in a few simple steps DIY Tutorial with The Magic Onions Blog

 

 

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I love the soft and gentle colors that Kitty chose with the brighter POP colors of the mustard and the bright pink. I would never have grouped these colors together but they are utterly perfect and I’m glad I trusted her intuition.

Make beautiful Felt Flowers in a few simple steps DIY Tutorial with The Magic Onions BlogMake beautiful Felt Flowers in a few simple steps DIY Tutorial with The Magic Onions Blog

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Here’s an image for you to Pin to Pinterest if you are wanting to save this tutorial for later.

 

Make beautiful Felt Flowers in a few simple steps DIY Tutorial with The Magic Onions Blog

 

Here are some other ways I’ve crafted with felt flowers : Felt Flower Hair Barrettes and Felt Flower Ornaments.

Happy crafting,

Blessings and magic,

Donni

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Donni Webber is the mom behind the popular natural living Waldorf website and blog, The Magic Onions - where the magic of nature and the wonder of childhood collide to make each moment a precious gift. She is a photographer, writer, crafter, wife and mother of two inspiring young children. Her work has been featured in many popular publications, including HGTV, Better Homes and Gardens, Disney and Apartment Therapy.

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  1. How lovely these are and what a handy technique! Thank you Donni for sharing about our gorgeous wool felt.

  2. Stephanie says:

    Hello! Came across this DIY and would love to try it. Did you use something in particular to create the perfect-looking scalloped spiral? I don’t know how to draw it and keep it looking nice!

    • Hi Stephanie,
      I have a stencil that I use. I draw it onto transparent sticky paper and stick it to the felt for cutting out. It makes the felt firmer and easier to work with.
      xo Donni

  3. Naomi Odiln says:

    Where did you get your stencil, if you don’t mind my asking. I’ve been searching and searching but I cannot find one anywhere. And I so want to try this lovely craft.

  4. I was wondering were can I get the pattern for these flowers
    kimlongcrier@yahoo.com

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