Since we’ve made quite a few different versions of paper ranunculus flowers, we decided we needed ones made out of felt! Crafted by our designer Krista, these beauties brighten up any room with their eye-catching colors. They’d also make a sweet gift for anyone who loves flowers in their home. What would you do with these felt flowers?
We Felt Like Brightening Your Day
If you want to make these felt ranunculus flowers, scroll down for the tools and materials we used. We’ve also shared step-by-step instructions and a photo tutorial so you can see exactly how Krista arranged this ranunculus. You can also see how she used a bright yellow-green PanPastel to make the color transition from green to yellow petals look more natural.
Have questions for us about our felt ranunculus? Just leave us a comment! In the meantime, if you’re crafting any of our felt or paper flowers, we’d love to see them. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #MadeWithLia when sharing your DIY creations on your social pages.
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- Cutting Machine (recommended)
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Pliers/Wire Cutters
- PanPastel Sofft Sponge
- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – Sunshine, Tangerine, Mango, and Fern
- Small Felt Pom-Poms — Benzie Design in Tangerine and Fern
- PanPastel — Bright Yellow Green Shade (680.5)
- Green Floral Wire — 18-Gauge
- Fabric Stiffener — Aleene’s Stiffen Quik
- Gather tools and materials. Then download our felt ranunculus template.
- Cut out felt pieces according to the flower pattern.
- Glue and poke the end of an 18-gauge floral wire into a green felt ball.
- Glue the six green petals around the ball, overlapping the edges in one direction. The petals should be tight with just a bit of the ball peeking through the top.
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