This gorgeous felt rose bud can be made as a single symbol of blossoming love, (well it is Valentine’s Day after all!) or you can make it as part of our show-stopping felt rose bouquet. This is a simple craft that is achievable by even the newest of newbies to the crafting scene. We always endeavor to make our patterns and tutorials easy to use!
Goodies You Can't Google
You've found a member-exclusive project. But for less than the price of a fancy coffee... You'll get instant access to this and over 2,000 other premium projects inside the Lia Griffith membership!Become a Member
There is no sewing involved, just some cutting, gluing and flower arranging! Our tip would be to use a good quality felt, (shop this project below!) and a low temperature glue gun to assemble. Begin by downloading our pattern below, gather your materials and follow our simple step-by-step tutorial. If you would like to go that step further and make the entire bouquet, then pop back to this post for the pattern and tutorial for the full bloom roses. Also make sure you check out this post for the pretty greens and billy balls.
If you are in the midst of making for Valentine’s Day, we would love you to share your projects with us over on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #ValentinesDayWithLia. We will always share our faves! See you there! ~ Lia & team
- Cricut Maker or Silhouette Cameo 4 (optional)
- Detail Scissors
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Needle-Nose Pliers/Wire Cutters
- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – White, Ruby, Sweet Pea, Juniper, Moss
- Floral Tape
- 18-Gauge Green Floral Wire
All the Goodies You Can't Google 🎁
Tired of scrolling endlessly for the perfect project? Save time, money, and Google-induced headaches with us! Our membership makes it easy to create beautifully finished crafts without needing to look all over the internet for ideas and materials or spend lots of money on individual videos and templates.Become a Member