Our felt flower expert Krista has done it again! A few days ago we shared her felt coral charm peony flowers. And just when we thought felt flowers couldn’t get any prettier, she made these felt tea roses and buds. These flowers are an intermediate DIY craft project—perfect for anyone who has made some felt flowers before.
A Tea-rrific DIY Flower
We think these felt tea roses and buds will look so beautiful in your home! Once you’re done crafting this pretty flower arrangement, you can bunch them together in a simple vase and place them on any table or counter in any room. Another fun idea would be to gift these felt flowers to someone who loves roses.
Also, make sure to share your felt tea roses and buds with us! We always enjoy seeing your work and hearing about how the craft process went. You can always post finished projects (or your work-in-progress) on our Facebook page for members. Another great way for us and other crafters to see your projects is to use the #MadeWithLia hashtag on your social pages.
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- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – Papaya, Apricot, and Juniper
- Green Colored Pencil — Prismacolor Chartreuse
- Green Paper-Covered Floral Wire — 18-Gauge and 24-Gauge
- Light Green Floral Tape — Lia Griffth Fern & Moss
- Clear Fixative Spray
How to Make Felt Tea Roses and Buds
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download our tea rose flower pattern below.
- Cut out your felt according to the pattern, using your Cricut Maker or scissors.
- Glue an 18-gauge floral wire to the edge of one of the smallest petals.
- Twist the petal around the floral wire and glue it closed.
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What else could you make?
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