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My project features wool blend felt cut using Poppystamps Stitched Bloom Trio Dies
along with Buttons Galore & More Berrylicious Color Blend
buttons. Together with a 5″ wood embroidery hoop, a bit lace, and some glue, I put together this sweet little floral wall decor piece.
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Happy Labor Day! I have been doing some cleaning, reorganizing, and of course… buying. There is a going out of business sale at a local fabric store and I just had to stop in, TWICE! There were really great deals on zippers and I picked up a ton of upholstery fabric samples. Also, I bought possibly too much red felt so I decided to get started on a project.
These dies are My Favorite Things POINSETTIA. I have used this set before on several other projects. I highly recommend them! They work well for flowers for any occasion, not just Christmas!
During my cleanup I discovered a couple of wreaths I didn’t remember wrapping. Here’s the one I picked. It is a super chunky white yarn. I have started exclusively using straw wreaths and chunky yarn to wrap my wreaths. This wreath measures 8″.
Now here’s the fun part if you’d like to follow along. All you will need is:
Cut 10 large flowers and 20 small flowers. Stack two small flowers on top of the larger flower and place three pins in the center. Be sure to push the pins securely in the wreath.
It should begin to look something like this–
It looks pretty cool with just the three, so you may get the urge to stop here. I decided to keep going. The size of your wreath will of course determine how many flowers you will ultimately need. Be sure to adjust your supplies accordingly. Here is my final result!
So my holiday project is complete. I hope you will give it a try. If you have any suggestions on what I can do with my remaining mountain of red felt, drop a comment 😉
Practicing my flower making skills
The flowers I ordered arrived and I started stitching right away! Here are the first completed flowers… I have no idea what to do with them yet.