Need An Easy Craft? Try Felt Flowers!

By Amanda Roland
felt flowers

Looking for an easy craft to try this week? Try felt flowers! This craft requires only felt, hot glue and scissors, perfect for your older kiddos. Add these felt flowers to wreaths, headbands, bouquets and picture frames. Get creative!

*this craft requires scissors and hot glue, so supervise younger children* 

felt roses


Cut felt into large, CD-size circles, then cut those circles into spirals. For smaller buds, make circles smaller. For larger buds, make circles larger.

Hold one end of the spiral in one hand and twirl the felt around with your other hand, wrapping it into a rosebud shape. The tighter you wrap, the tighter the rosebud will be.

Carefully glue the ends and press together. Let dry.

Click here for a video tutorial!


felt blossoms

Pop-up blossom

Cut felt square into 2-inch wide, 10-inch long strips (can be longer and wider for bigger blossoms), then fold the strips longways.

Use sharp scissors to snip felt along the folded edge, creating loops about 1/8 to 1/4-inch thick. Be careful not to cut it all the way through the felt.

To create flower, pinch one end and, keeping the felt folded, begin rolling it into a ball. You will begin to see the bloom form.

Once finished rolling, glue the ends together. When dry, glue the bottom to ensure it stays together.

Click here for a video tutorial!

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