{felt rosettes} tutorial

white felt flower

white rosettes tutorial   red and white rosettes

These felt rosettes have been on my to-do list for a few months now. I just never worked up the courage to go out with my newborn got the chance to run to Hobby Lobby and pick up some felt.

Enter my Aunt Holly.

She ever so kindly joined me for a craft hour the day after Thanksgiving. She brought out all of her finest craft supplies of which included felt!

This is one of the easiest and cutest crafts I have done in a while!

white rosettes tutorial

I want you to make these, too. Therefore, I have put together this little tutorial just for you!

Ready?

Set?

Go!

Here is what you need:

  1. felt squares of any color
  2. scissors
  3. hot glue gun
  4. cute embellishments, optional

Here is what you need to do:

1. Take your felt and cut it into squares.
felt square

2. Cut a swirl out of the square felt.

swirled felt  

3. Begin rolling from the outside of the swirl.

swirled felt 2 beginning to swirl

4. Roll, roll, and roll some more. Until you reach the other end of the swirl.

5. Now take your hot glue gun and glue that end piece to the rosette to secure everything.

white felt flower

And you’re done!

red and white rosettes  red and white rosettes2rosettes white 2

This one I added little pearls as an embellishment. How cute!

I’m planning on adding some of these to my seasonal burlap wreath…check at out my burlap fall wreath tutorial HERE. I will attach some of these rosettes to an alligator clip like I attached the burlap flowers for my fall wreath. 

I’ll add a post with my burlap Christmas wreath soon. Once I return home from vacation!

Comments

  1. I had so much fun doing this with you! Thanks for teaching me – I love making these…

  2. Thanks for linking these awesome rosettes up! You were featured this week! :)

  3. Anonymous says:

    I just found your blog and I LOVE IT!!! Thanks so much for the great ideas! I have 3 kids and so miss my crafting years… I have saved your ideas for some sane moment a few years in the future!

    I was also wondering what kind of camera you have? Your pictures are so clear!!! My camera died on Christmas :-( and I’m looking around at my options. Thank you!

    Cori

  4. Hi, Cori!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!
    I shoot with a Nikon D5000…and I have used the kit lens and a 50mm lens for these shots. Hope that helps!!

  5. Thanks for the tutorial…. Congrats on the baby as well!

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