Easy DIY Felt Flower

Hello friends!

I love making all different types of felt florals so on today’s blog post I wanted to show an easy DIY tutorial on how to make a super simple, yet adorable felt flower.

I want to first mention, not all felts are created equal! The three nonwoven felts are 100% wool, wool blend felt and craft felt.  I could write a whole post on these felts! But the main ideas are:

  • 100% wool felt is durable, but expensive
  • Craft felt is what you would find at most craft stores. It’s cheap, thin, doesn’t come in a lot of colors and it’s made from recycled or synthetic materials like acrylic.
  • Wool blend felt is affordable and durable, like 100% wool felt. It’s made up of wool and rayon fibers and this is the felt I love to use!


For this project I used my Fiskars sheers, hot glue gun, Big Shot, dies and of course felt!


I like to use my Fiskars scissors or these Fiskars sheers when cutting my wool blend felt. I talked about it in my Favorite Products blog post why I think these sheers are amazing.




This is my current favorite hot glue gun. I can not say enough good things about this one!




For this project I used my Big Shot to cut out perfect circles for the flower. If you don’t have a Big Shot you can certainly use scissors to cut out your circles.



I used these framelit dies by Sizzix and chose which size circle I wanted to use.




I knew I needed seven circles to create this flower, so I measured how big my die would be then cut my felt into the seven separate pieces my circle would fit on.




My stack of felt.




I then took out my Big Shot sandwiches. You can tell they’ve been well loved!






After going through the Big Shot.




I did one extra just in case!




Look at that gorgeous felt! This felt feels as great as is looks!




Here we go! Time to assemble the flower! First, fold your circle in half and lightly put hot glue near the center of the fold.




Second, fold it again and put the hot glue long the bottom only of your felt making the sides connect.




Squeeze glue and hold. Do this to 6 circles total. (Put two off to the side until the end.)




Next, lay down your left over circle flat and start to lay your four folded glued pieces on top. The open parts must be facing out and the glued sides facing each other in the center as shown below.




Glue your four pieces down.





Grab the two glued pieces that you put aside eariler. Make one glued side face you and the other glued side face the opposite way (as shown below).





You will glue these to the top of the flower.






Finally start to pull your petals up to glue then all together!




As in true mom brain fashion, I forgot to take a picture of my final flower! But here is a beautiful aqua one that is complete.





Hope you found this tutorial helpful!



xo, Nicole



DIY Pom Pom Rug

Hey friends!

I’ve been wanting to make a diy pom pom rug for the longest time and I finally had the time to create it recently. My daughter really wanted one for her room so we made hers first. My two sons now each want one so I’ll be making a couple more I guess! 😉

What’s step one? First choose your yarn colors! You can choose as many or as few as you please. My daughter chose these colors and she didn’t do a bad job if I say so myself! You don’t have to use this particular yarn, but the one I used is Craft Smart yard from Michaels.




Next step is to make the pom poms. I’ve seen people use paper towel holders to spin their yarn around, but I just used my hand. Just take the yarn and go around as many times as you wish. The more times you go around, the more fluffy the pom will turn out.




Cut a piece of string and lay it on the table. Once you have your desired amount of string that you wish around your hand, cut it off and place it on your single string.




Next cut open the loops. Trim your poms until they are even and the length you want. Fluff them all up!




So. Many. Pom. Poms! Love it!




Now it’s time to tie your pom poms to your nonslip rug underlay. I got mine at the Dollar Tree and this thing is huge! I had to cut it up to the size I needed.




You can make your colors go in a random order, do a pattern or use the colors to spell out a name. This is the fun part!





Make your rug any shape! My daughter and I chose to make hers a rectangle, but you can cut your underlay into any shape you want.




We love it and she loves stepping out on her rug when she wakes up in the morning she says 🙂




Let me know if you have made one of these before and how it turned out!