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18 Crafts with Felt: Simple Craft Ideas, Felt Flowers & More
Beautify your home on the cheap with this Upcycled Floral Mirror craft project. All you need is a framed mirror, Krylon spray paint, and silk flowers to create this amazing look. Completely change the look of an old mirror in no time at all with this free craft project.
This Fancy Flower Pot Trim is a quick and easy way to dress up your planters. With a ribbon, some pom pom trim, and a six-step tutorial, you can turn a plain pot into a precious one. Flower pot decorating ideas don't get much simpler than this, and you don't even have to use the finished pot for flowers. It's a whimsical way to keep your crafting supplies close at hand, or you can fill it with a plant and give it as a gift.
This Cotoneaster Garland is filled with fragrance and texture and will dry beautifully. It'll likely be too heavy to hang, but drapes attractively along the length of a table. This would be a beautiful centerpiece for a fall wedding or a Thanksgiving table, and would look even more radiant surrounded by gold pillar candles. You can find this pattern, as well as many more beautiful designs, in "The Wreath Recipe Book Year Round Wreaths, Swags, and Other Decorations to Make with Seasonal Branches."
Make a whimsical bouquet worthy of a children's book when you follow this Seussian Flower Bouquet tutorial. This project is broken down into 12 separate flowers, so you can make one of each bloom or a whole bunch of your favorite design. Each of these Dr. Seuss craft ideas is an exercise in imagination, which means that no craft supply is off limits. Ribbons, sequins, beads, and other embellishments make this bouquet totally unforgettable. Best of all, it stays in bloom all year.
Sprucing up your home for Valentine's Day doesn't have to be difficult or expensive. This Rosy DIY Throw Pillow is a quick way to add some romantic flair to your living room. While this tutorial on how to make a pillow involves sewing, you don't have to stitch each of the small roses onto the pillow by hand. Glue a rhinestone to the center of each rose for a sparkly accent. Learn how to make a pillow and celebrate the season at the same time, and get ready to cuddle in style this February.
Bring the beauty of spring indoors with this Aqua Tissue Flower. Perfect for arranging in a floral centerpiece or using for a bouquet, this tissue paper flower is easy to make and requires no water and sun! Make these lovely tissue paper flowers in a variety of colors to create your very own indoor flower garden. These tissue paper flowers are a cost-effective way to decorate for a shower or wedding or just to add a bright accent to your living room, bedroom, or living room.
When it comes to putting old t-shirts to good use, the creative possibilities are truly endless. Once you cut some flowers out of a bright t-shirt, you're halfway through making this Scrap Happy DIY Picture Frame. The fabric blooms that give this frame its tropical flavor are a cinch to make and they go perfectly with beach photos. Learn how to make a photo frame by following this tutorial, and you can make your living space seem sunny all year.
Don't throw away those old tattered quilts. Instead, use them to create your own Quilt Scrap Flowers. Create one or design an entire bouquet and place them in a vase. Once you learn how to make fabric flowers, you'll never buy real blooms ever again. Scrap fabric crafts also help you save money on fabric and other supplies. The worn rustic look and vintage feel are a real throwback to the good old days.
Bring spring into your home with these cute Perky Wall Flowers. Great for decorating a nursery or bedroom, this floral wall decor is sure to liven up your walls. Made with lightweight foam board, this floral wall art is also very wall-friendly and doesn't require you having to put huge holes in your wall. Decorate an entire wall or scatter these colorful flowers throughout the room to help add a splash of color to your decor.
With a spray can and some imagination, you can craft yourself a new flower pot by following this Make a Painted Trophy Pot tutorial. Choose a well-ventilated area for your workspace and spray to your heart's content. The tricky thing about decorating flower pots this way is that you have to make sure you cover the entire trophy with paint, inside and out. After the flower pots are completely dry, you can plant your favorite flower inside.