Hello friends! Learn how to sew colorful Stuffed Felt Hearts using die cuts. These hearts are soft, beautiful and very easy to make!
Fiber crafts are so trendy these days, and honestly, it is just so relaxing to sit down this craft idea for Valentine’s Day and mindlessly repeat the sewing. These felt hearts use a die cutting machine and you will see how easy die cutting felt can be!
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How to make these Stuffed Felt Hearts:
Learn how to sew colorful stuffed Felt Hearts using die cuts.
Total Time: 1 hour and 19 minutes
Die cut your felt hearts in many colors
Die cut delicate hearts in a single color
Using a cream or any other neutral colored felt, die-cut these delicate hearts. This is an optional step, but that delicate heart looks so pretty and adds such a wow factor!
Hand sew the heart
Create a sandwich of two same colored felt hearts. Place the delicate die on top. Using your embroidery floss and a needle carefully sew around the edge. Fill with some polyfil and sew shut.
You can also skip the sewing and use glue to stick the felt hearts together!
Decorate the top with paint or more stitching
The final step is to add small tiny dots of Nuvo drops in a contrasting color to add more detail! I’m a mixed media kind of gal and am always looking for ways to bring in my paints!
Repeat and enjoy!
Make a whole bunch of these to use as decorations in a jar or even as ornaments!
I love how pretty these Stuffed Felt Hearts turn out and the pastel colors just make it so perfect for spring!
What you Will Need:
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Hi I’m Smitha! I live in Minnesota with my husband and two daughters. You’ll always find me painting florals in my sketchbook. And I love the sheer joy of making something with just my hands! But my bigger love is capturing it all on camera Read more.
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