This Dust is a Must
Another feature from our Southwest floral bouquet for Cricut — our felt dusty miller. We love the delicateness this dusty miller exudes. Originating in the daisy flower family, the dusty miller is delightfully simple and sweet. Made using the all-new Cricut Maker, you will love how quick and easy it is to make this project. If you don’t have access to a cutting machine, you can also cut by hand using a pair of scissors! Craft some on their own or mix into a bouquet. Either way, this dust is a must!
Tools & Materials
- Scissors or Cricut Maker
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Lia Griffith Wool Blend Felt – Misty Morning, Arctic, and Dewey
- White Floral Wire – 24gauge
- Gather the tools and materials listed above.
- Cut out your pieces according to the pattern.
- Glue wire to one side, then cover with a long thin piece of matching felt to hide the wire.
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Why am I having trouble uploading SVG files to my Cricut Maker. Getting very frustrated. HELP PLEASE
Hi Marie! We have a mini course on this here: https://liagriffith.com/craft-academy/how-to-use-files-cricut/. Let us know if you still have questions after watching the videos.
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Lia and team, thank you for all the wonderful craft ideas! My 10-year old fur baby’s BARKday party was a HIT thanks to all the fun decor I was able to make. I still have to send pictures. Just a head’s up: the PDF file for “Dusty Miller” instructions have some other instructions instead. perhaps the files got mixed up on upload?
That’s so great to hear! YES please send us photos. And thanks for letting us know about the instructions!
What an adorable craft! I really like how it looks, so I’m definitely going to make some for myself =)