Those of you who saw my DIY felt anemone earlier this week will be pleased to see that I am now sharing two DIY felt flower poms that sit perfectly with the pretty anemones. These little pink and peach flowers are really simple to make. Just download the PDF at the foot of this post and print the patterns onto regular printer paper. Cut out the templates then cut them out on your felt using fabric scissors. Follow the simple instructions below and you have yourself a pretty selection of felt flower poms to use as hair accessories, a garland or an eye-catching centerpiece. Our PDF also includes the pattern for our glitter and green felt leaves.
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- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – Salmon, Apricot, Olive or Eucalyptus, Black
- Heat Transfer Vinyl – Old Gold Glitter
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What is the other flower…not the carnation or anenome?
There are two versions of the poms and one anemone. Here is a project where all three were used. https://liagriffith.com/fairy-felt-flower-headband/
Which wool felt would you recommend as i’m in the UK and can’t seem to buy Benzie felts. Thanks
I’m not sure what’s available near you, but our wool felt is a blend of 20-35% merino sheep wool (the rest is rayon), and approximately 1mm thick. You can buy from our shop, too: https://feltpaperscissors.com/product-category/felt-sheets/
Your design is beautiful! Where do you purchase your iron on glitter??
Thank you! The glitter iron-on is from Cricut.
Where do you purchase your felt? The colors are beautiful!
Usually from Benzie Design, she has awesome colors!
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how soon can i access my membership.regards cm
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Such beautiful flowers. The step by step is wonderful.
Thank you, so glad you like it! 🙂
Love this. Is my 1st experience. Thank you for sharing your delightful intelligence with those of us who are not blessed with creativity.
You are too sweet, thank you! Happy crafting!