Below are three different instructions to creating felt flowers. I used mine to create christmas wreaths (see at the bottom) that I gave to my family this year for gifts. The materials are the same for each flower: Felt, scissors, and a glue gun
Step 1: Cut the felt piece about 3 inches wide.
Step 2: Fold it in half long ways and glue at side.
Step 3: Cut 1” slits at a diagonal on the folded side.
Step 4: Start rolling your felt. Glue a bit down as you start to roll and again every inch or so to keep the roll together.
Step 5: Fluff your loops to your liking. Now you have a loopy flower!
Step 1: Cut a circle out of the felt–the bigger your circle, the larger your rose will be. (The circle doesn’t have to be perfect)
Step 2: Cut a spiral in your circle starting skinny and getting larger as you wind to the inside.
Step 3: Start rolling your spiral. Glue a bit down as you start to roll and then again every inch or so to keep the rose together.
Step 4: Fold the center of your spiral to the bottom of the rose and glue it down.
Now you have a cute little rose!
Step 1: Cut out 7 circles about 4 inches in diameter. Not sure why there are 8 here, you only need 7! Again, they don’t need to be perfect.
Step 2: Fold 6 of the circles in half (don’t glue) and then fold over again and glue together to look like a pie shape.
Step 3: Place 4 of the pie shaped pieces you just glued down on the remaining felt circle so that they make a circle. Glue down.
Step 4: Take the remaining 2 pie shaped pieces and glue them together with the folds on opposite ends.
Step 5: Cut the cones a bit off the bottom to make them flat.
Step 6: Put glue on the bottom and place it in the middle of the flower base. Now you have a carnation!
I used these flowers to decorate the wreaths below: