Since we’re making a crepe paper hellebore for our Member Make this month, we decided we also needed a felt version for the felt flower lovers! Designed by Krista, this felt hellebore is easy to make and great for beginners. Just download our hellebore flower pattern and photo tutorial below to get started.
For more hellebore crafting ideas, you can check out our frosted paper hellebore flowers. Or if you want a more intermediate project, try our crepe paper double petal hellebore.
Hellebore flowers come in a variety of types and colors, allowing you to get as creative as you want with your felt hellebore arrangement. For our felt hellebore flowers, we used our November color palette, which you can find in our November inspiration video. To see the exact colors of felt we used, see the materials list below.
While this is a perfect winter flower to craft, it doesn’t have to be wintertime where you are to craft this stunning flower. However, if you are looking for summer flowers, be sure to browse all of our felt flowers for more ideas. Also with it being Veteran’s Day (or Remembrance Day), you may want to craft some felt red poppies today.
When you’re done crafting your felt flowers, make sure to share them with our crafting community! Just post your pictures on Facebook or Instagram and use the hashtag #MadeWithLia. You can also post them to our private Facebook page for members. Happy flower-making! ~ Lia and team
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- Cricut Maker (optional)
- Detail Scissors (recommended)
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Craft Scissors
- Needle-Nose Pliers/Wire Cutters
- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – Merlot, Plum, Sweet Pea, Vanilla, Evergreen, and Fern
- Green Paper-Covered Wire – 18-Gauge and 24-Gauge
- Green Floral Tape – Lia Griffith Moss
- Paint Pen — Uni Posca Fuchsia
- Art Markers — Blick Studio Leaf Green (048) and Dark Green (049)
How to Make a Felt Hellebore Flower
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the hellebore flower pattern below.
- Cut out felt according to the pattern using a Cricut Maker or scissors. Note: If using a cutting machine, cut the fringe for the stamens using a pair of scissors.
- Draw dots onto your felt petals with a fuschia paint pen.
- Use a bright green art marker to make dots onto white petals for another variety of hellebore.
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Looking at the photograph it looks like a few of you flowers were created to look like newer, smaller, “just blooming buds”. I can tell that the white center portion was left off these, but I’m unable to tell whether you created a few scaled down petals in design space for these buds or simply used the regular sized petals and shaped them to be more closed. Thanks!
Hi Ayanna! The template includes a separate pattern for the bud petals.
They’re very nice and easy to do !
Thank you for the feedback!
I think the SVG may be messed up. The sizing isn’t correct in Design Space.
Hi Melissa! Unfortunately, one of the more recent Design Space updates makes it so that uploaded SVGs are not scaling true to size. I updated the file for the flower though, so just resize the entire group within the box to what it says in the upper left!
Hi Lia I’m a new member and new to Cricut so I’m struggling to understand this instruction, could you elaborate please re what I need to do to check if my uploaded SGV’s are sized correctly in design space? Many thanks
Once uploaded to design space select everything that is on the art board, then check that it is sized to 11×11 inches as indicated in the top left corner.
very creative idea. thanks for sharing.