June is coming in hot with a bevy of bright, beautiful flowers for us to enjoy. Never one to shy away from such abundant inspiration, we got the idea for this next project straight from Mother Nature herself! Though we absolutely love the fresh flowers, these cheerful Felt Buttercups, reminiscent of sunny days and carefree moments, are the perfect way to add a touch of sunshine to your home decor or surprise a fellow felt flower enthusiast.

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Adding a bit of Vitamin D to your home decor will be much easier with these Felt Buttercups. Fun to make and very beginner-friendly, this project has the perfect summer vibe. And, while felt is involved, you can put your needle and thread away this round. Once you get your pieces cut and laid out, you'll just need your hot glue gun, felt, and a dash of wild creativity to get these beauties blooming.

Did you know these sunshine-colored flowers, symbolizing childish whimsy and joy, actually have a bit of a rebellious streak? Often considered a weed, buttercups can pop up just about anywhere. However, despite their bright appearance, buttercups are actually quite toxic.– a fun fact to keep in your back pocket the next time you're on a nature walk! But, no need to worry! Our Felt Buttercups look as lovely as the real deal and are 100% poison-free. Win-win!

Though it may appear as a single bloom, several flowers and buds make up each buttercup stem.To make our super simple Felt Buttercups look as realistic as possible, we arranged them in a wild and organic way. When finished, spritz your flowers with some stiffening spray to help them keep their shape. So, when next summer rolls around, simply take them out, fluff them up, and they'll look good as new!

So, gather up your materials, and let's get crafting! I know these Felt Buttercups will bring a smile to your face and a burst of color to your space. Don't forget to share your creations with us using the hashtag #MadeWithLia or in our crafters' community. We can't wait to see your blooming masterpieces!

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