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Felt flower tutorial (Felt flower bling / clip)
Ashley shares a tutorial to make felt flower bling. A cute way to celebrate holiday with the color.
Just like this green ribbon along with felt flower for the St. Patrick’s day celebration.
Felt flower bling
I am so excited to be guest posting today at Craftionary!
I am Ashley, the face and voice behind Simply Designing.
My blog is a fun, active blog that covers everything from crafts to interior design, recipes to floral design, home decor to seasonal items. I also write a lot of tutorials. In addition I write a column twice a month for a local newspaper. It is a lot of fun!
So I keep very busy around here, but most of all, I like to keep things SIMPLE!
Today, I would like to share with you a tutorial for a New Felt Hair Flower!
I’ve made a lot of hair flowers but this is a new one, with a slight St. Patrick’s Day twist!
So I hope you enjoy it!
First, here’s how to make the felt flower:
- Cut a large circle out of felt and make wavy edges
- Starting from the outer edge, cut a wavy spiral out of the circle. Leave a small circle in the center uncut.
- Roll the felt into a rosette starting form the outer edge. Continue to roll until the entire piece is rolled.
- Use hot glue to stick the small circle to the bottom of the flower.
Next you need to line your alligator clip.
I chose to use a green ribbon on my alligator clip so that it would work for St. Patrick’s Day, but you can use any color you want to of course.
Then you will hot glue your felt flower to your alligator clip and voila! Instant St. Patrick’s Day hair bling!!
Don’t you love how this turned out?!
Thanks so much for letting me guest post today! I truly enjoyed it! I hope you will stop by to see me at my blog.
Thanks Ashley! Love the cute tutorial.
Here are a few projects by Ashley that are my favorite:
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