Who doesn’t love a kiss under the mistletoe during the Holidays?! Our DIY felt mistletoe is the cutest project for Christmas – it’s simple to make and can be used in lots of different ways. Hang it from a door frame in your home so that you can steal kisses from the family whenever you want! Use it as a cute felt gift topper or make a few to add to a DIY felt wreath – the options are endless!
As a member, you can download the pattern and step-by-step tutorial for the felt mistletoe – so making this cute festive foliage could not be more simple! We used floral tape and wire for the base and glued the felt leaves on in a variety of deep greens. To make the berries we glued small gems to little white wooden beads and we topped the project off with a pretty red ribbon.
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- Cricut Maker (optional)
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – Olive, Juniper (formerly Moss) and Moss (formerly Meadow)
- White Beads
- Floral Wire – 18-Gauge Paper Covered Green
- Floral Tape — Fern & Moss
- Gather your materials.
- Cut pieces according to pattern.
- Glue gems to small white beads.
- Glue and layer mistletoe leaves to 2 separate wires.
Full tutorial available for members. Join here!For more DIY holiday ideas and to see our latest projects, make sure to follow us on Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook. You can also browse our YouTube channel for more video tutorials on making paper flowers. And if you haven’t done so already, check out our membership options and join our crafting community! ~ Lia and team
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
If i download the instruction of the felt mistletoe, I get the instruction of the crepe mistletoe. Is it possible to get the good instruction?
Thanks for letting us know! I have updated the PDF, you can download the correct instructions now.
The photo tutorial link for this project keeps bringing up the Crepe Mistletoe photo tutorial. Please fix the link for the Felt Mistletoe.
We have updated the photo tutorial for you! 🙂
Love this! Would you be able to make an SVG file for a circut maker?
The SVG has been added 🙂
What a woman you are!
ha, well thank you!
I just joined because I want to make these adorable mistletoe sprigs. I am a little disappointed though, I thought I would find more detailed instructions with the download. Am I missing something? Lengths for the wire? Number of beads? Size of beads? Placement of the beads? Help!
You bring up a good point. At the bottom of each post, we include a “shop this project” section with links to the different materials that we use for each project. We weren’t too specific about sizes and placement for this craft because it is kind of supposed to be a “whatever you fancy!” type of project. You aren’t the first person that has brought this up, and we are thinking of introducing a downloadable word document with a specific materials list for each project and stores where you can find those materials. Look out for that in the future!! And please let me know if you have any other suggestions! Also feel free to send an email if you want to have a more in depth discussion about it. Feedback (positive and negative) is so important to me as our little studio continues to grow. Thanks so much for commenting 🙂 ~Lia
Love the Mistletoe and love your partner in kisses!
He is pretty great 😉
Lia, we share a lot…our love of papercrafts, Cricut, and most importantly, our Doxies! Thanks to you and your team for making so many items available to craft. However, I SHOULD BE MOPPING THE FLOOR!
Thank you so much for your sweet words Polly!!
Lia – I started making your Paperwhites and have noticed that all the petals are individual in the design space pattern. On your tutorial two are joined. That would make the process much quicker. Would I be able to find the correct pattern anywhere on your site. Thanks in advance.
Hi Pam, sorry for the confusion! I updated the design from the one that is in Design Space, and there is a link to it in the last paragraph of that Paperwhites post. There are links for the PDF and the SVG there, which are hosted by Paper-Papers. Here is a direct link for the PDF: http://www.paper-papers.com/news/metallic-paper-potted-paper-whites/
You can check out the post to find the SVG! I hope this helps!
Now in my opinion – THAT is the perfect use of mistletoe . . . . a big smooch for a little pooch.
Isn’t he just the cutest?! 😉
What a sweet picture! Merry Christmas season!
Thank you! Happy holidays to you as well 🙂