“In this class, we’ll bring our flowers in from the garden and bring cheer to our home decor. You will learn the basic techniques required to transform simple die cut flowers into dimensional blooms perfect for brightening your space. All you’ll need is hot glue and a little imagination to make these felt flowers spring to life!”

Instructions:

1.Die cut flowers and leaves:

No. 1 – Six medium flowers

No. 2 – One large, one medium, one small flower; small felt ball or pom-pom

No. 3 – Two medium flowers; six individual medium petals; one felt fringe

No. 4 – Six individual medium petals; one small flower; two extra small flowers

No. 5 – Six large flowers

No. 6 – One extra large flower; two small flowers; six small individual petals; one extra small flower

No. 7 – Six small individual petals; one small flower; one extra small flower

No. 8 – Five extra large flowers; one felt fringe; one large felt ball or pom-pom

No. 9 – Three extra large flowers; one medium flower; one felt fringe

No. 10 – Six small individual petals; six medium individual petals; one small flower; two extra small flowers

No. 11 – Two large flowers; one felt fringe; one large felt ball or pom-pom

No. 12 – One extra large flower; one medium flower; one small flower; six individual medium petals; one small felt ball or pom-pom

18 leaves in varying sizes

2. Assemble 3D flowers using the techniques found in the coordinating tutorial video.

3. Arrange flowers onto a grapevine wreath and adhere with hot glue.

4. Tuck leaves between the flowers.

5. Enjoy your handiwork!

Supplies:

  • DIES: Floral Wreath Builder Dies, Fringe Die (SAF 2018 Kit), Leaf Die (SAF 2018 Kit)
  • FELT: Pure Poppy, Melon Berry, Harvest Gold, Spring Moss, Simply Chartreuse, Aqua Mist, Vintage Cream
  • OTHER: Hot Glue Gun, Glue Sticks, 10″ Grapevine Wreath, 1 cm & 1.5 cm felt balls
Suggested Alternative Die Options:
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  • Now it’s your turn!  Create a felt flower project.  You can choose to re-create the exact project from Lizzie above or design your own using the same concepts. Your project must also incorporate at least one Papertrey product.
  • Post your project on your blog, in your gallery, Instagram or on any other photo-hosting site (such as photobucket or flickr).
  • Add your project to the InLinkz list below.
  • You will have until 7am ET, Thursday, August 30th, to add your link to the list to be eligible to win. One project per person pleas

  • One randomly selected winners will be chosen from all of the InLinkz entries on this post on Thursday, August 30th. The winner will be posted on our Stamp-A-Faire 2018 Winners Page after 9pm ET on Thursday night .  The randomly selected winner will get a $20 PTI gift certificate to spend however they like!
  • One randomly selected winner will be chosen from the comments of this post on Thursday as well. You will have until 7am ET, Thursday, August 3oth to add your comment and be eligible to win. The randomly selected winner will get a $10 PTI gift certificate.


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Join the discussion 72 Comments

  • 1
    Leigh Penner says:

    Very pretty! This reminds me of when I got my first floral died from PTI and would layer them in felt to make clips for headbands for my daughter.

  • 2
    Sandy S. says:

    You know, I thought I wasn’t going to like this, but the flower-making process was fascinating to watch. I don’t really want to make a wreath, but the individual flowers are something I might be able to use…

  • 3

    Just terrific. Do not think that I would make a wreath from all the flowers but I think they would make amazing lapel pins! Thanks Lizzie! Cheers.

  • 4
    Isabel Z says:

    What a beautiful wreath. If I had these dies, I would be inclined to create flowers to add to cards for a 3D effect.

  • 5
    Joyce says:

    Such a pretty wreath. I wish I was home to make one.

  • 6
    Donna Oates says:

    Love this idea! Beautifully done, Lizzie!

  • 7
    Nancy Penir says:

    The wreath is darling! Would love it in different colors for every season!

  • 8
    Joy Stagg says:

    what a wonderful creation…great tutorial!

  • 9
    Colleen F says:

    Very festive wreath with all the pretty flowers and colors.

  • 10
    Cassie Brumbaugh says:

    Are the flower dies for the wreath suppose to be in the kit? All I got were the leaf and fringe die.

  • 11
    Linda Craig says:

    Love the wreath. Don’t see me making one but could make the individual flowers.

  • 12
    Greta H says:

    I want your wreath!!–haha This is the class I really wanted to attend as I love wreaths & felt flowers. Wonderful video, Lizzie! Hoping I’ll be able to make some of those blooms. Not sure my fingers still have enough dexterity for the tiny petals, but should be able to do the bigger ones. I’ve never seen exactly how to do the pinching & shaping–can’t wait to try it!

  • 13
    Cynthia Rose says:

    I keep thinking how pretty these flowers would be as a package topper. The mix and match of styles and sizes is very creative.

  • 14
    AOK says:

    Lizzie, I absolutely loved this tutorial. Wonderful video and great fun online class. Thank you so much.

  • 15
    Helen F. says:

    I loved seeing how to create the different style flowers that made up this very pretty wreath. Looking forward to making these lovely felt blooms for my projects 🙂 Thanks Lizzie for the ‘how-to’ video, you make it look so easy!

  • 16
    Noelle says:

    These flowers are so pretty! I look forward to trying this out. Thanks for the great lesson Lizzie!

  • 17
    Becky Green says:

    Lizzie, your flowers look LIFE LIKE! They’re GORGEOUS!!!! SUCH DEDICATION & CREATIVITY! A BEAUTIFUL JOB for us all!!!! LOOOVED watching the video of your putting all of these flowers together! THANKS LIZZIE!!! 😉

  • 18
    Sue Symens says:

    So fun! Thinking a fall colored broach will be a super classy accent.

  • 19
    Susan W. says:

    I’ve played with your felt flower building techniques last year when you presented them on the blog. I see you’ve come up with some new ones. I’ll have to give some of these a try! I always enjoy your projects. TFS!!

  • 20
    Kathy Mc says:

    Great video, Lizzie, and colorful wreath! That’s a lot of die cutting, hot gluing and pinching. With all the floral sets I own, I never seem to have the right ones. Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!

  • 21

    Such a pretty wreath with all those amazing flowers. Lovely.

  • 22
    Melissa S. says:

    Cute felt flowers. I need to bust out my felt and flower dies.

  • 23
    Nancy M says:

    This wreath is so pretty and looks wonderful against the aqua door. The fringe adds so much texture to the flowers.

  • 24
    Catherine Milne says:

    What a great keepsake this would be!

  • 25
    Kate says:

    I, like others, wasn’t too sure about this project but I was totally taken by the techniques and the final outcome. Ordered the dues! Can’t wait to try it.

  • 26
    Kim Heggins says:

    So beautiful…just love all the incredible detail on this gorgeous wreath!

  • 27
    Carmela says:

    Lizzie, your felt flowers are gorgeous! This makes beautiful wreaths. Neat to see how you can use your dies for other projects!!

  • 28
    Jill A says:

    Great tutorial–need to get my felt out and get started.

  • 29
    CathyL says:

    Very pretty wreath, Lizzie! Those flowers could be used for so many different things!

  • 30
    Sharon D says:

    This wreath is so pretty! Love it! And I loved the first wreath Lizzie made too, several months ago. Beautiful, beautiful!

  • 31
    Rema DeLeeuw says:

    Gorgeous wreath!

  • 32
    Donna Gourley says:

    I think the most challenging part of this one was determining which dies to use. I had fun even if I did burn 2 of my fingers on hot glue. Thanks Lizzie.

  • 33
    Marta G says:

    Lizzie, you wreath is outstanding!!! I don’t know if I have the patience to assemble all those flowers, but the end result is worth the try 😊 Thanks for the great tutorial!

  • 34

    I only got 3 flowers made, but I have my felt out and plan on making more. Great job Lizzie!

  • 35
    Pat Ackley says:

    Lizzie I love your felt flowers! I want to try these, if I can find some flower Dies in my stash that will work. I only have the notched flower Dies on your list.

  • 36
    Terri Trotter Earley says:

    What a great idea

  • 37
    Patty says:

    Wow, what a gorgeous wreath.

  • 38
    Krissie says:

    So lovely and creative!

  • 39
    Ann says:

    Wonderful project and thanks for sharing the written instructions as well.

  • 40
    Pat from sd says:

    So lovely and pretty. I can imagine one for each season possibly.

  • 41
    LR says:

    Thanks for teaching us how to make those beautiful felt flowers, Lizzie! I look forward to trying to make some. Your wreath is very pretty!

  • 42
    Erin Kissell says:

    This is beautiful! I’ve been looking for a diy wreath and haven’t loved any enough, until now. Thank you!

  • 43
    Janet Goshorn says:

    I love working with felt. Beautiful wreath

  • 44
    Super Stick Chick says:

    Wonderfully inspiring! Love your wreath and ideas! Can’t wait to try it!

  • 45
    Aunt Min says:

    Such beautiful flower combinations! Now I just need to go find my felt.

  • 46
    Lori B says:

    What a lovely wreath! I can’t wait to give this a try.

  • 47
    Rachel says:

    I’m wondering if these flowers are new or something in the PTI shop already? They will have to go on my wishlist for making some stuff in the spring.

  • 48
    BeverlyBL says:

    Beautiful wreath. Love watching the flowers “bloom”. Great colors.

  • 49
    Paula e says:

    Beautiful wreath with all those felt flowers. Thanks Lizzie for the tutorial!

  • 50
    storymusicgirl says:

    Lizzie’s wreath is so pretty! Perfect for a non-traditional fall door. 🙂

  • 51
    Annette Gordon says:

    I so wish I could be making a wreath with everyone. I still have a lot of PTI wonderful felts that die cut so well! What a beautiful wreath and project idea Lizzie.

  • 52
    Keri H says:

    This is quite a project! I probably won’t make the wreath, but will make a couple of flowers to go on a jean jacket for fall. Great instructions, and instructor! So cute, Lizzie!

  • 53
    Shelly S. says:

    Love these felt flowers! They would be super cute attached to paperclips for my planner!

  • 54
    Chris Lawlor says:

    Beautiful felt flowers and wreath! Nice to see something other than a card. Although you could put the flowers on a card! Thank you for the inspiration!!

  • 55
    Becky K says:

    Lizzie, thanks for the fun project – wish I would have known in advance to get the Wreath Builder dies – but we made it work with what we had on hand 🙂 Thankfully I have a huge stash of PTI product!

  • 56
    Jeni says:

    As a quilled, these definitely speak to that side of me. I haven’t had a chance to get to this project yet but I can’t wait to give it a try. Thanks so much for giving a list of alternative dies to use for those of us that didn’t buy the kit.

  • 57
    JuneW says:

    Awesome tutorial! Loved the felt flowers! Had seen your earlier blog post with the wreath of felt flowers and was very excited to see that it was included in the stamp a faire this year. Ordered the wreath builder dies and plan to make some wreaths for Christmas gifts this year! Thanks for all of the tricks and tips for making felt flowers! Always look forward to your monthly posts about crafting with felt.

  • 58
    Elena Chen says:

    These 3D flowers are so pretty. I love the color combo used that is versatile for all the seasons!

  • 59
    lainey says:

    Great instructions for this project, can’t wait to try it.

  • 60

    So gorgeous!! My 7 year old son and I are still working on our wreath snf are just so stokes to be creating something we can display on our door for the world to see! 😁

  • 61
    Cynthia C. says:

    Just finished mine!! It did take a while, even when I got the hang of it and got a lot faster, but it’s absolutely gorgeous!! Although possibly, I’ll be dreaming about removing hot glue strings!! Thanks, Lizzie!!

  • 62
    Marilyn G says:

    I really enjoyed making the flowers with Lizzie. Thanks for sharing how to do this. I plan on making a few in my decor colors for the house.

  • 63
    Josiane says:

    I hadn’t ever made felt flowers before, but they turned out so pretty. Thank you to those who helped to die cut all the pieces for our kits. What a pretty project!

  • 64
    karen b says:

    Such a pretty project! I can see so many variations and color schemes!

  • 65
    Sandy Dayhoff says:

    Wow! Some really gorgeous wreaths!!!

  • 66
    Dawn Y. says:

    Your wreath is just gorgeous, Lizzie! I really enjoyed your video. It was just amazing to see the variety of flowers you created! During the livestream, you inspired me to use my hot glue gun (for the first time in years) and join in the fun. It was so relaxing to work with the felt early in the morning. Since my grapevine wreaths are already decorated with dried Hydrangeas from my garden, I decided to use the Twig Wreath dies to create cards, then embellish them with the felt flowers. Such a fun project! Heartfelt thanks, Lizzie, for inspiring me to create with felt again! 💗

  • 67

    Lizzie, this is such a great project! Your instructions were so perfect and easy to follow along with during the class. I love my felt flowers! I can’t wait to finish making the last five flowers and the leaves, and then I am going to add them to a yarn wrapped wreath. It was lovely to meet you. Your energy and bubbly personality are contagious.

  • 68
    Tammy W says:

    Such gorgeous flowers for such a beautiful wreath!

  • 69
    Marilyn in Michigan says:

    Love this wreath, Lizzie! My dies are on the way. I can’t wait to try this.

  • 70
    Betty Neville says:

    Really beautiful wreath! Wonderful project!

  • 71
    Carrie P says:

    I just love all the different types of flowers, Lizzie! Your finished wreath is gorgeous with a capital G! I can’t wait to finish my project to gift to my MIL – she is going to LOVE it!

  • 72
    Karen Briguglio says:

    Just a beautiful project!
    Karen

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