Create stunning felt flowers with just a few simple steps! This tutorial will show you How to make felt flowers in no time. The felt adds such a luxurious texture and brings these beautiful flowers to life!
I love flowers, and love making felt crafts– today I’ll show you how to make felt flowers by hand. Yes- all you need are a sharp pair of scissors, glue and with some love we’ll create our own Felt Flower Bouquet.
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What Do You Need To Make Felt Flowers?
You will need Felt sheets in a few different colors, a good pair of scissors, a hot glue gun, and some dried twigs.
What kind of felt do you use for felt flowers?
Felt Flowers look best when made with Wool Felt. I’ve used inexpensive craft store felt sheets for all of my crafting years, and I love how affordable they are. But a few months ago I splurged and bought some wool felt online and I can totally say they are worth the hype! I highly encourage you to buy and try these felt sheets if you can.
What is the best way to attach felt?
In today’s How to make felt flowers tutorial I use a hot glue gun to adhere everything. Hot glue dries quickly and is a great option. In my previous post, I also talk about the Best Glue that works for adhering Felt – if you want to avoid burning your fingers check that out!
How to Make Felt Flowers in 4 Easy Steps
Learn how to make Felt Flowers by hand in 4 easy steps.
Total Time: 30 minutes
Step 1: Cut the felt shapes
Using a sharp pair of scissors, hand cut the felt. For one flower you will need: 4 darker shade petals, 5 lighter shade petals, one tiny square + strip for center and two leaves.
Step 2: Apply hot glue
Adhere hot glue to the centre piece of felt, and then fold it onto the twig.
Next, apply hot glue to the bottom of a petal
Step 3: Layer and adhere petals
Place the petal onto the twig, and press into place. Repeat this for each petal- overlapping the previous petal slightly
Step 4: Adhere the leaves
Finally adhere the leaves onto the base of the flower!
Cut tiny leaves and adhere onto twigs to make fillers for the Felt Flower Bouquet.
How to Make Felt Flowers YouTube Video:
Enjoy my video tutorial showing you step by step how to make felt flowers! Click the video box below or head here https://youtu.be/BRQpHxrspKo
More DIY Flower Tutorials:
- Rolled Flowers To Decorate Cards
- How to Diecut Felt
- 5 Easy Flowers Make With Paper!
- How To Crochet Flowers
- More Flower Craft Ideas!
Tips for making Felt Flowers:
- Use a good quality scissors: I recommend using the Fiskars Amplify Razor edge shears to easily cut multiple layers of felt at once- and boy does that help speed up the cutting process here.
- Free hand the petal shapes: I didn’t use a template to cut out my felt petals or leaves. I don’t mind if the leaves are a bit wonky, it just makes them uniquely handmade
- Create an assembly line. I worked with 3 flowers at a time, cut all the felt first, and then started adhering them down. I found that I could apply hot glue to up to 4 petals at once and then could adhere to all of them before the glue hardened.
- I was able to make 3 flowers and a couple of buds from two 6 by 6-inch sheets of felt.
Try and use a good quality felt- the flowers turn out so luxurious!
I hope this how to make felt flowers tutorial inspires you to craft today!
More Felt Tutorials:
- How To Get Felt To Stick Together!
- How to Create a Felt Flower Wreath
- How To Make Felt Coasters
- Die Cutting Felt Tutorial
- Can You Paint On Felt?
- DIY Felt Wreath for Autumn
- Even More Felt Tutorials For You To Try!
After you have learned how to make Felt Flowers, you can easily produce more and more.
I love how these flowers turned out and I loved the process of making them!
Did you find this How to make Felt Flower Tutorial helpful? If you make your own flowers, what would you use them for? A bouquet? A flower arrangement? Or maybe to decorate something else? Let me know in the comments below!
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