Channel your inner flower child with a beautiful felt flower crown! This flower headband features a few felt anemones with some felt leaves tucked underneath. But you can try this same design with any other felt flowers that interest you.
To help guide you, we’ve created a video tutorial for you to follow below.
This headband is the perfect piece for a summer music festival, costume piece for a fairy, or just simply a pretty everyday accessory. If you are making this felt flower crown for your little one, they could even help you assemble it. Just gather the supplies listed below and get ready to let your creativity blossom!
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- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – Antique, Amethyst, Rose Quartz, Wisteria, Plum, Fern, Eucalyptus, Olive
- Embroidery Floss – Black 310
- Plastic Headband
- Black Saddle Stitch Ribbon – 50″
- Art Marker – Black
- 6mm Wood Beads or 6mm Cotton Spun Balls
Browse our collection of felt flowers for more ideas on what to make. Or explore all of our felt craft projects. For more craft ideas and inspiration, join us on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, and YouTube.
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Hi there, I tried to do this with my Cricut explore air 2 and it didn’t work at all (it wouldn’t cut the felt, even though I chose it as a material in the customized settings). Does it only work with a Cricut Maker ?
We do not find cutting with felt with the fine point blade the best option. It seems to prefer a tight, synthetic felt. The rotary blade is definitely the best option. You can also cut by hand with detail scissors.
Thank you so much for the wonderful post.
Is 30% wool felt sufficient for projects ? or does it need to be higher for quality? Many thanks, Beautiful work. Bernadette
Yeah that’s fine! Our favorite felt is 20-35% wool.
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Very cute and clever.
Thank you 🙂