In case you missed it, last week I shared our felt succulent vertical garden and this is part two of my felt succulent tutorial. I wanted to make a piece of wall art for the yard and after the success of my paper succulents, it seemed the next step to experiment in felt. What do you think? Success, right?
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You can find the tutorial and templates for the first three felt succulents in this post and use the template and tutorial listed on the right hand side at the top of this post for these final three. My tips for success when making these felt succulents would be to use a good quality wool or wool blend felt, use sharp fabric scissors to cut and use a low temp glue gun to construct the felt flowers.
These felt succulents are great for lots of different craft projects – maybe think about turning one into a boutonniere or a brooch. They also make great gift toppers, or look gorgeous in small glass jars with pebbles and a little moss. As always I encourage you to be inspired and get creative! See below for the next three tutorials for making your own felt succulent and however you choose to use them, have fun! ~ Lia & Team
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