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DIY Felt flower: Easy flowers to make on a weekend (DIY tutorials)

I am obsessed with felt flowers! So, of course, I had to make a round-up with not just the flowers that I've shared here in the blog, but also with some of the coolest flowers I've found online!

felt flower roundup

My patterns are in PDF format so you can cut with scissors, or if you want you can trace them and use them with your favorite cutting machine =]

Felt flowers at HowJoyful

I've loved to make all of these flowers, and I hope to keep adding more to the mix, so I create a section on Tutorial's page dedicated to flowers for you to check.

Below you can see a preview of all the different felt flowers I've shared here on the blog <3

Felt flowers around the web!

And of course, I also had to share some of the cites get flowers I've found on the web!

Felt flowers

Now visit these other awesome bloggers that also want to share with all of you how to make felt flowers =]

1 – Felt gift adornment by Design Dump
2 – Autumn bloom belt by I am a momma hear me roar
3 – Flower pin by Jones Design Company
4 – Pomela felt flower by Craft Snob

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

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sandie

Wednesday 27th of November 2013

I am new to this, but have fallen-in-love with it. I am an obsessive crafter with pages and pages of lists and "relists" after "relists"!! I had a design business once, but this is much more fun. I can just continue to list and "relist" when my priorities change--which is quite often. I love anykind of flower, crepe paper, regular paper and my favorites are felt and silk. I am just nuts about all the blogs that have surfaced, with just wonderful things and all those copyright free images. My own attic is full as well and as soon as I can get started, I shall have to share them too.Very soon I shall create my own boards, and if they show nearly as much creativity as so many of those I see every day, I shall be very happy, one more happy lover of beautiful things, sandie

elephantaisie

Sunday 13th of January 2013

Super, merci pour les tutos ...

Katherine

Sunday 13th of May 2012

These are very cool! Have you tried making them from homemade felt? You can make wonderful color combos and textures that would give the flowers a unique look. :)

Beth

Monday 20th of February 2012

Oh I love this idea! I think I'm going to use this method to decorate a plain, wooden frame for my wedding.

Diva

Friday 9th of September 2011

super emocionada y feliz desaber de esta pagina ..manos maravillosas todo bellisimo y util, pero no se bajar patrones de flores manana intento si no te vuelvo a escribir mil gracias