DIY Felt Love Letter and Conversation Hearts
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by Jessica De Pippo
3w ago
Valentine's Day is quickly approaching and there are plenty of ways to celebrate this day of love on a budget. If you're looking for an adorable way to tell your sweetheart you love them, my felt love letter tutorial paired with conversation hearts, has got you covered! Create your own heart-felt project by following my step-by-step instructions below. Now select your materials, download the free project template, and let's get started! Supplies: Acrylic Craft Felt in colours of your choosing; I used the following: Ivory Pink Powder Blue Violet, Apricot Shocking Pink Red Sewing thread in ..read more
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DIY Felt Hat Band
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by Jessica De Pippo
1M ago
Are you into repurposed fashion? I am in love with this growing trend in the fashion industry, and if you are too, this hat band makeover might be something you’ll want to add to your slow fashion DIY to-do list. Hi, this is Lorrie Everitt from @makeandmerryco and I am so happy to share this DIY felt project with you. I simply removed the original hat band from one of my felt hats and replaced it with a felt hat band adorned with felt flowers, leaves, mini balls and hearts. Let’s gather our supplies and tools: Felt hat 100% wool felt (or wool blend*) in the following colors (or colors of yo ..read more
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DIY Felt Christmas Wreath
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by Jessica De Pippo
3M ago
'Tis the season for all things festive and jolly! From adorable plush ornaments to garlands and stockings, the possibilities with felt are limitless. Join me as I walk you through my latest tutorial – a DIY felt Christmas wreath to adorn your door and welcome family and friends this holiday season. Materials Needed: Felt sheets Red Hunter Green Ivory Cricut Maker If you do not own a Cricut Maker, you will need the template, disappearing ink tool, and fabric scissors Straight pins Styrofoam wreath form (12-inch diameter) Thread Red, green, and white or ivory Fibrefill stuffing Se ..read more
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Easy DIY Ghost and Candy Corn Door Knob Hanger
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by Jessica De Pippo
5M ago
Spooky season has officially arrived and, if you're like me, you've already started decorating for the upcoming festivities! We've got an adorably ghostly felted project to help you add a little something extra to your spooktacular décor. Follow the instructions and template below to create your own ghost and candy corn door knob hanger just in time to welcome all the ghouls and goblins. To begin you will need the following supplies: Acrylic Orange Craft Felt Acrylic White Craft Felt Acrylic Gold Craft Felt Black, gold, orange and white sewing thread Sewing needles Fibre fill stuffing A disa ..read more
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DIY Mushroom Tealight Holder
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by Jessica De Pippo
6M ago
You may have noticed that mushrooms are all the rage lately! And there is a reason – they contain powerful health-boosting vitamins and minerals for us and help our beloved forests absorb carbon, thereby limiting climate change. In short, they are Earth's great recyclers! So, if you're anything like me, you think there's a lot to love about these fantastic fungi. I love them so much that I decided to make my own Mushroom Tealight Holder, serving as some cozy décor for my home as well as a nightlight. I think function and fashion can co-exist! Follow the steps below to create your own DIY Mush ..read more
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DIY Felt Craspedia Flowers (Billy Balls)
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by Jessica De Pippo
7M ago
Welcome back crafty friends to the fifth and final day of the beginner felt flower series. This is Lorrie Everitt from Make and Merry Co. I hope that you’ve enjoyed making the first four felt floral projects that I created for this series and you are ready to make something that looks like a cheerful Craspedia Flower – also known as Billy Balls. These are a fun and easy filler flower for a floral bouquet. There is no template for these flowers and all that you need are some 2.5cm yellow Wool Felt Balls and 16-gauge brown paper wrapped floral wire. Gather your supplies Wool Felt Balls 1” (2 ..read more
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DIY Felt Floral Buds and Leafy Stems
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by Jessica De Pippo
7M ago
Welcome back to day four of the five beginner felt flower series. This is Lorrie Everitt from Make and Merry Co and today we’re going to create some leafy stems and floral buds. You’ll need two felt colours from the Cactus Bloom Premium Wool Blend Craft Felt Sheet Value Pack and an assortment of sizes of floral wire stems. You will find the hand cutting template for the Floral Buds and Leafy Stems at the end of this post. Gather your supplies Floral Buds and Leafy Stems template Premium Wool Blend Craft Felt Light pink (x1) Apple green (x1) Mini Wool Felt Balls 5/8” (1.5cm) Gold Pan ..read more
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DIY Felt Lavender Stems
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by Jessica De Pippo
7M ago
Welcome back to day three of the five-beginner felt flower series. This is Lorrie Everitt from Make and Merry Co and we’re half way to creating all of the flowers that you are going to need to make a floral bouquet. Today we’re going to create the Lavender Stems! This flower is created using two colors from the Cactus Bloom Premium Wool Blend Craft Felt Sheet Value Pack. You will find the hand cutting template for the Lavender Stems at the end of this post. Gather your supplies Lavender Stems template Premium Wool Blend Craft Felt Purple (x1)  Hunter green (x1) Floral wire 16-gau ..read more
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DIY Felt Wildflower Two
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by Jessica De Pippo
7M ago
Hello fellow felt crafters, Welcome back to day two of the five beginner felt flower series. This is Lorrie Everitt from Make and Merry Co and today we’re going to create the Wildflower Two! This flower is created using two colors from the Cactus Bloom Premium Wool Blend Craft Felt Sheet Value Pack  and you’ll also need some of these cute Mini Wool Felt Balls. You will find the hand cutting template for the Wildflower Two at the end of this post. Gather your supplies Wildflower Two template Premium Wool Blend Craft Felt Vanilla (x1)  Mint (x1) Hunter green (x1) Mini Wool Felt ..read more
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Felt Needle Case Tutorial
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by Jessica De Pippo
9M ago
I have to admit, I don’t always use a needle case - I work best in organized chaos - but they are extremely useful. Early needle cases were often small tubular bone, wood, or bronze containers with tight-fitting stoppers; often designed to hang from a belt. As you can see, I like to use thick 100% Wool Designer Felt to hold sewing needles that I am currently using on a project. Then I store the rest in packages inside of tea tins. Making needle-books was a trend that began in the 1800's and grew in popularity until around the 1950's. These needle books were designed to hold the differ ..read more
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