Felt Flower Craft With Printable Template

Are you looking for a way to embellish your needlework or other fabric crafts? Simple felt flowers can be a beautiful addition to a number of handcrafted items. Best of all, this is the type of craft that you can enjoy doing on a rainy day. Just get your supplies, turn the TV on, and enjoy your afternoon doing something you love. This DIY felt flower no-sew craft can be made by kids and adults.

Creative Felt Flower Craft

Something else that is great about this craft is that you can be as creative as you want. There are so many different colours of felt in craft stores. Of course, if you want to save money, you can find a number of colours in your local Dollar Tree or other discount stores that sell crafts. Also, don’t forget that you can often find craft supplies in thrift stores for really cheap. Not to mention that you could easily use your scrap felt to make this project. In fact, it’s a wonderful way to use up those leftovers.

Make Money Selling Craft

If you’re looking for an easy craft that you could resell at craft fairs or on Etsy, this would be a great craft. It will take some time, but once you get the hang of making these, you’ll be able to make several in no time. People who love to embellish their own crafts will love buying these.

Flower Craft For Kids

This would also be a fun craft for kids to do. Let them choose the colours of felt they want to use. You could also put other supplies out instead of pearls. Rhinestones would be beautiful in the middle of the flowers. Just have fun and be creative. These felt flowers also make great gift ideas for Easter, Mother’s Day, or to welcome spring!

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If you are looking for more easy DIY felt craft ideas, you can make one of these:

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Felt Flower Craft

Felt Flower Craft With Printable Template

If you’re new to felt crafting, this is a great craft to start with. It’s an easy and fun felt craft that allows for creativity. Best of all, you won’t have to spend a lot of money gathering the supplies you need. You can also use different coloured felt fabrics and beads for more variations. Plus, it even includes a printable felt flower template to make it even easier for you to craft!

List of Supplies

  1. Felt fabric (green, fushia, black, yellow or other colours)
  2. Scissors
  3. Fabric glue
  4. Faux pearl beads
  5. Pen or pencil – to trace the template
  6. Flower template

How To Make Felt Flowers

Step 1:

Select a color for the felt fabric and cut it into a round shape. Cutting the felt fabric into a round shape makes it easier to trace the spiral pattern from the template on it.

Felt Flower step 1

Step 2:

You can skip to step 3 if you are using the template. You can also do a free hand cutting of the pattern. Cut the round felt into a spiral pattern if you’re going for the free hand cutting and then cut the scallop pattern along the border. Start cutting the scallop pattern from the outer edge of the spiral felt.

Felt Flower step 2

Step 3:

If you want to use the template, simply print and cutout the spiral pattern from template, and trace the template pattern on the round cutout felt and cut accordingly.

Felt Flower step 3

Step 4:

Use 2 different coloured felt fabrics to trace the 2 other fringed patterns from the template. I used yellow felt for the large fringed pattern and black felt for the small fringed pattern.

Felt Flower step 4

Step 5:

Take the spiral cutout pattern from step-3 and start to roll it from the outer edge. Keep coiling the spiral pattern until reaching the center.

Felt Flower step 5

Step 6:

Apply a small amount of fabric glue on the center part of the pattern once done coiling.

Felt Flower step 6

Step 7:

Glue the coiled pattern with the center to secure it. You can use fabric glue or hot glue as you wish.

Felt Flower step 7

Step 8:

Take the black fringed felt piece and roll it. Now take the yellow fringed pattern and roll it around the black rolled fringe.

Felt Flower step 8

Step 9:

Apply a small amount of glue at the bottom of the rolled fringed pieces and place them in the centre of the spiral flower. Push the fringed pieces inside the center of the spiral flower, making sure it touches the center of the flower.

Felt Flower step 9

Step 10:

Finally, glue a small faux pearl bead into the center of the fringed centrepiece.

Felt Flower step 10

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Felt Flower Craft

Felt Flower Craft With Printable Template

Yield: 1 Felt Flower
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: Under $5

This DIY felt flower no-sew craft can be made by kids and adults. These felt flowers also make great gift ideas for Easter or Mother's Day.

Materials

  • Felt fabric (green, fushia, black, yellow or other colours)
  • Fabric glue
  • Faux pearl beads
  • Pen or pencil – to trace the template
  • Flower template

Tools

  • Scissors
  • Fabric glue

Instructions

STEP 1:

Select a colour for the felt fabric and cut it into a round shape. Cutting the felt fabric into a round shape makes it easier to trace the spiral pattern from the template on it.

Felt Flower step 1

STEP 2:

You can skip to step 3 if you are using the template. You can also do a free hand cutting of the pattern. Cut the round felt into a spiral pattern if you’re going for the free hand cutting and then cut the scallop pattern along the border. Start cutting the scallop pattern from the outer edge of the spiral felt.

Felt Flower step 2

STEP 3:

If you want to use the template, simply print and cutout the spiral pattern from template, and trace the template pattern on the round cutout felt and cut accordingly.

Felt Flower step 3

STEP 4:

Use 2 different coloured felt fabrics to trace the 2 other fringed patterns from the template. I used yellow felt for the large fringed pattern and black felt for the small fringed pattern.

Felt Flower step 4

STEP 5:

Take the spiral cutout pattern from step-3 and start to roll it from the outer edge. Keep coiling the spiral pattern until reaching the center.

Felt Flower step 5

STEP 6:

Apply a small amount of fabric glue on the center part of the pattern once done coiling.

Felt Flower step 6

STEP 7:

Glue the coiled pattern with the center to secure it. You can use fabric glue or hot glue as you wish.

Felt Flower step 7

STEP 8:

Take the black fringed felt piece and roll it. Now take the yellow fringed pattern and roll it around the black rolled fringe.

Felt Flower step 8

STEP 9:

Apply a small amount of glue at the bottom of the rolled fringed pieces and place them in the centre of the spiral flower. Push the fringed pieces inside the center of the spiral flower, making sure it touches the center of the flower.

Felt Flower step 9

STEP 10:

Finally, glue a small faux pearl bead into the center of the fringed centrepiece.

Felt Flower step 10

Lynehttps://ottawamommyclub.ca/
Lyne is a Certified Infant Massage Instructor (CIMI), Certified Professional Wedding Consultant, and an Event Planner. It has always been her dream to create a website dedicated just for Moms since her children were young. Thus, after 10 years, she finally accomplished it, and the Ottawa Mommy Club was born in May 2011. She loves all things Disney and is an avid chocoholic. She was also the Queen B of the BConnected Conference, Canada's Digital Influencer and social media Conference in Ottawa and Toronto.She coordinated the Annual Infant Information Day/Early Years Expo for the City of Ottawa for 8 years. She was also the co-chair of the Navan for Kraft Hockeyville 2009-2011 committee that organized five community events within 6 months, and helped Navan reach the top 10 finalists in Canada. In April 2011, she received the City of Ottawa Mayor's City Builder Award.

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