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Fall in love with our felt Moonrise Peonies! The peony flower is shrouded in meaning… love, prosperity, good karma and more. This project is a perfect opportunity to try out your new Cricut Maker cutting machine. (Yes, it cuts felt like a charm!) This upcoming week, we will also be showing you how to create the felt billy balls and leaves as seen in this post’s photos. As an ensemble, these DIY felt pieces are full of whimsical crafting wonder! Channel some romance and good fortune and craft a few today!

Tools & Materials

  • Scissors
  • Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
  • Wire Cutters
  • Needle-Nose Pliers
  • Iron
  • Felt
  • Floral Wire – 18-gauge
  • Floral Tape – green


  1. Gather the tools and materials listed above.
  2. Cut out the pattern according to the template.
  3. Use an iron to create creases up and down the petals.
  4. Then glue and fold the bases of your petals in half. Glue the sides of the bases down creating an M-shape.
  5. Next, use needle-nose pliers to bend the end of the wire over to secure flower onto the wire.
  6. Glue and wrap the flower centers around the wire.
  7. Then glue petals 1-3 in a triangle pattern, then glue the last three petals on the underside, layering in the spaces between the top three petals.
  8. Finally, glue a green sepal to the bottom of your flower.
  9. Cut three 5” wires and glue leaves individually, then wrap each stem in floral tape. Gather your leaves and your flower, then wrap them all together with floral tape.


Designer Jessica used felt from Benzie Designs in Fern, Moss, Lemonade and White. You can find floral tape in our shop for purchase here.

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