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Felt Flower Rose tutorial

Thank you so much for sharing!

Hey Everyone!  We are blissfully happy over here in our house enjoying our new little addition, but I prepped this post a few weeks ago.  Hope you enjoy it!

I showed you this flower a few weeks ago, but I didn’t like the bubble gum pink color, so I decided to make it again in a dark purple and show you how I did it!  It’s super easy!

Next I found objects around the house to make templates for my circles.  You need one larger circle, I used my very favorite cup in the whole world to make it.  It’s about 2 3/4 in diameter.
Next you need 5 slightly smaller circles, 2 1/4 in diameter
 These are just over 1 1/2 inches, you need 5 again
These 5 small circles are about an inch, slightly larger.

This is the glue I like to use, I got mine at Walmart.  Hot glue or tacky glue should work as well.  You could even use a needle and thread, but that seems like too much work for me, glue is better.

Put a small dollop of glue in the center of the 5 larger circles and press closed
Once they are dry, glue them to the large circle like this…
layer them like so
Here’s how I applied the glue

Next, glue the medium size circles in half and them glue them on top of the first layer like this…

Do the same for the small circles, but when you glue them to the flower, they need a little more glue.

Next you need a little strip of fabric, about 3 inches long and a half inch wide, but you can play with what you think looks best based on how large your flower ended up being.

 Roll and glue it like this…
Then, glue the little center piece inside the little well

Feel free to shape it with some scissors if you want to, but you don’t have to

TaDah!  That’s it.  Feel free to add a pin to the back and attach it to things, put it on a hair tie or headband, paste it to a tin for a pen jar or make a whole bunch and put them on pillows!  The options are endless!  Feel free to share this post, just make sure to include a link to this post… thanks!


Monday 13th of June 2011

Thanks for sharing the tutorial. Can't wait to try it out.

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