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How To Make Lavender Felt Flowers DIY

Create your own stunning lavender felt flowers with this easy DIY tutorial. These beautiful flowers are perfect for adding a touch of elegance to any space, whether it's a centerpiece for a special occasion or a decorative accent for your home. With just a few simple materials and some basic skills, you'll be able to craft these lovely flowers in no time. These charming flowers are not only a fun craft to do, but they also make for a delightful addition to any floral arrangement or as standalone decorations. With just a few simple steps, you'll be able to create a bouquet of these lovely lavender blooms that will never wilt or fade.

  • Lavender Felt
  • Pair Of Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
  • Floral Tape
  • Wood Skewers

How To Make These Lavender Felt Flowers DIY:

Step 1: The first step is to wrap the skewers in the floral tape. Simply start at the top and slowly wrap it around the skewer as you slightly stretch the tape so that it is a little sticky. If you have trouble getting it to stick when starting you can use a dab of glue to hold it in place.

Step 2: Cut strips of felt that are about 1 ½ inch wide. You will cut across the narrow part of the felt and not the long sides.

Step 3: Fold those strips over length-wise and glue them in place with a small straight line of glue. Really try not to overdo the glue. Now you should have thin strips.

Step 4: Using the scissors, cut small slits along the outer edges on the side that is not glued. Make sure you do not cut through the glued side.

Step 5: Add a little hot glue to the top of the covered skewer, then put one end of the felt on that glue with the cut side pointing up.

Then slowly and tightly wrap that felt around and down the skewer. You can add a small dab of hot glue here and there to hold it in place. Then add a dot of hot glue when you get to the end of the spiral to hold the felt in place.

Step 6: Repeat the steps to make as many flowers as you want or need to finish your felt project.

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