We love thinking of new flower crafts that you can also use as home decor. Since we have already made these tiny blooms out of crepe paper, Krista decided to come up with a felt version for this month’s craft collection. However, instead of potting them, our tutorial will show you how to assemble the flower stems and make your own felt snowdrop wreath.
Because there are quite a few small pieces, we recommend using a cutting machine to make it go faster. Otherwise you can always cut your felt pieces by hand using our template below.
Let It Snow
Snowdrops are one of the first flowers to welcome spring by popping up through the melting snow. Our felt snowdrop wreath is about 9″ across and will look so pretty hanging on a door or wall in your home. You could also use it as a table centerpiece with some LED pillar candles in the middle — or as table decor along with some paper lanterns.
In addition to making the felt flowers, our tutorial will show you how to make your own wreath base and then attach the blooms. We’d love to see your version, so be sure to share photos on our crafters community page! Or you can use the hashtag #MadeWithLia on Instagram.
Skill level: Beginner
Crafting tip: You can make individual stems instead of the wreath, if you prefer
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- Cricut Maker or Silhouette Cameo 4 (recommended)
- Detail Scissors
- Pinking Shears — Scallop
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Needle-Nose Pliers/Wire Cutters
- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt — White, Sunshine and Eucalyptus
- Floral Wire – 24-Gauge Paper Covered Green
- Thick Paper Covered Stem Wire
- Posca Paint Marker – 3M Fine Reversible Bullet – Green
- Karin Brushmarker Pro – Olive Green (281)
- Floral Tape — Fern & Moss
- Polyester Fiber Fill — Lia Griffith Stuffie Puff
- Aleene’s Stiffen-Quick Fabric Stiffening Spray
How to Make a Felt Snowdrop Wreath
- Gather your tools and materials. Then download the pattern below.
- Cut out felt according to template using scissors or a cutting machine with a rotary blade.
- Draw a small heart shape using a green Posca marker at the top of all of the smallest petals, on both sides. Let dry completely.
- Color over the Posca marker with an olive green art marker. This is to prevent the color from bleeding.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.