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How to create Beautiful Felt Valentine’s Day Flowers (DIY Tutorial)


Today I will show you a wonderful way to create a Beautiful Valentine’s Day Flowers.Materials use nothing but 100% wool felt for my crafts. The outcome will be SO MUCH more beautiful.

Beautiful Felt Valentine’s Day Flowers


Materials for the Beautiful Felt Valentine’s Day Flowers

Gather your materials. You will need following

  • Floral wire (from a craft shop)
  • Red wool felt
  • Brown felt ball
  • Scissors
  • Brown wool felt


Cut a heart out of paper, about two inches big.Pin it to the felt to use as a stencil.Use sharp scissors to cut a perfect heart from the felt. Repeat until you have FOUR identical felt hearts.


Arrange the hearts in a circle, overlapping slightly, so that they look like petals of a flower. Use hot glue to stick them together where they overlap.

3Cut a long strip of brown wool felt, about 3 inches long and half an inch wide.Use sharp scissors to cut small incisions in the brown felt. Incisions should stop about half the width of the felt so that it has a fringed look.


Measure the fringed brown strip of felt so that it can fit around the felt ball. Trim it so that it does not overlap. Put hot glue along the bottom (uncut) side of the fringed brown felt strip and stick it around the circumference of the felt ball.


With hot glue, stick the felt ball/fringe to the center of the petals 


Turn the flower over and use one point of a pair of sharp scissors to make a hole in the back of the flower. Be firm in making this hole, but please be careful as if your hand slips you’ll can hurt yourself badly.


Put a little hot glue onto one end of the floral wire and insert it into the hole in the back the flower.


A pretty flower for your Valentine. Make a few more for a bouquet.


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Happy crafting, Now Its Your Turn.

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