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I just can't believe how fast this week flew by! it's Friday again.

This week just like the last one, I will be sharing some cool flower tutorials I found on the web.

But this week all of them are felt flowers  – the perfect way to finish up the felt flower tutorial round-up here at HowJoyful (The last felt flower is next week) 

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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15 replies
  1. Brianne
    Brianne says:

    I made a ton of flower #1 when making wreaths last Christmas and I did the same to make pins around Valentine’s Day. I love #2 though and I’ll have to check it out more closely. Felt is SO cheap and easy to work with.

  2. Diva
    Diva says:

    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

  3. Beth
    Beth says:

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

  4. Katherine
    Katherine says:

    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. :)

  5. sandie
    sandie says:

    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,

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