Jan
11

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Soo I posted this picture (from instagram) on facebook last week and have gotten several requests for the rolled flowers tutorial.

That was going to be a wreath for Christmas with felt poinsettias added on, but I didn’t get around to finishing it. Oh well…maybe next year! ;)

These felt rolled flowers are so simple to make! There are so many fun colors to choose from as well. Trust me … you’ll be addicted!

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Steps:

1. Cut out your circles. The bigger the circle…. the bigger the flower. Just experiment with sizes.

2. Start cutting a swirl (at an angle) all the way to the center of the circle.

3. Once you have your swirly {yes swirly} grab the very center and start rolling in the flower, gluing as you go. Watch out for your fingers! ;)

4. I usually add leaves with these flowers as well. Cut out a leaf shape, pinch the center and thread a knot through.

That’s all! These are so simple to make. However if you’re thinking about covering a whole wreath with them, it’s going to take you awhile. Fair warning! ;)

Much simpler to add them to a gift or headband! :)

If you’re looking for more felt accessories…

Felt bow tutorial

Spring Felt Flower

Thanks for reading! Have a good night! xo

Jamielyn Nye is the owner and managing editor of I Heart Nap Time. She aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. Her unique projects have been featured on many popular websites, including: BHG, Martha Stewart, Fox, ABC, People, Parents and more. When she’s not creating . . . Jamielyn loves to chase her two little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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9 Responses to “Felt Rolled flowers … {and unfinished wreath}”

  1. Emily

    I have attempted to make felt flowers before and they just didn’t turn out right. But seeing this, I think its a sign so I’m going to try it again.

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  2. Beth

    I love making these flowers!! They are so easy, but yes, can get kinda boring after you’ve rolled 100 of them!! LOL! But in the end it will be a beautiful wreath!!!

    Love your projects!!

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  3. KathieR

    Gorgeous! So I assume for bigger flowers, you do bigger circles. How large a circle are your larger flowers?

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  4. jess

    I tried making the rolled roses and they are super easy and cute! I’m going to out them on my valentines day goodies I’m giving out!

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  5. Ana

    Thanks for all the amazing headpiece ideas. I have a little girl too and can’t wait to make some for her!.

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