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Felt Flower Corsage Craft

By: Eileen Hull for
Updated February 19, 2021
Felt Flower Corsage Craft
Felt Flower Corsage Craft

Watch this video tutorial to learn how to make a colorful Felt Flower Corsage Craft. Adding a chic and cute DIY corsage to your event can really make your quirky and crafty nature stand out.

This craft tutorial shows you how to create felt flowers and combine them with a pipe cleaner to make a charming DIY corsage that's also unique and a bit funky.

Plus, because you can use the colors of your wedding, it's completely customizable to match your theme.

This felt craft idea would be a fantastic wearable craft to make for bridal shower guests or the flower girl at your wedding. Any way you want to use this DIY corsage in your wedding is up to you. We know it will look fantastic.

Watch the video to see how it's done (beneficial for visual learners) and then scroll down for the full instructions to make your own.


Time to CompleteIn an evening


Primary TechniqueDIY Craft


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Sizzix cutting machine
  • Sizzix die cut
  • Fleece
  • Pipe cleaner
  • Pearls
  • Hole punch
  • Soft material (i.e. felt, leather)

Felt Flower Corsage Craft

How to make a DIY Corsage

  1. Using your die cut, cut out your shapes for the flowers and layer them the way you want. Then, add a dot of glue from your glue gun to the center of each layer and glue it down.

  2. Using a paint brush press down in the center of your flower to help all the petals puff up. 

  3. Put one more dot of glue in the middle of your flowers and add a pearl to the center of it. 

  4. Cut out a piece of soft material (i.e. leather, felt). Using a hole punch, punch a hole at either end of your oval cut out. 

  5. Thread your pipe cleaner through the two holes you created on your soft material piece and create a loop at one end. 

  6. Begin arranging your flowers on your leather piece however you would like. Glue them down using your hot glue gun. 

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For those who have a sizzix cutting machine look at this super cute felt flower corsage to make by using sizzix die cuts, glue a piece of faux leather and a pipe cleaner. So super easy and does this not look like fun. Make some for all your daughter or granddaughters friends too. A super video along with written directions. If you do not have a machine why not free hand flower and you could use elastic instead of pipe cleaner. I love it.


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