Fun With Felt: Part 2

I found this tutorial for a felt pomander and thought  the instructions for felt rosettes would be really cute on yet another headband.  I know it seems all I decorate are headbands, but my crafts are dictated by the pre-school through kindergarten-aged consumer marketplace.

Materials
Headbands
Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
A large circle shape you can trace around (I used a spool of ribbon, but the rim of a drinking glass would also work well)
A Pen
Scissors
Felt

Instructions: Make a felt rosette by cutting out a circle, and cutting the circle into a spiral (Click here for an easy tracing tip).  Roll the spiral up and glue at the bottom of the base.  Cut out a felt circle and glue it to the headband.  Glue the flower to the circle.
These little rosettes would be absolutely adorable if sewed onto a shirt, IMHO!

Abbey

Serving up craft ideas, event ideas, and general dry wit, Abbey enjoys travel, cooking, and spending time with family, friends, and her cocker spaniel. She also has a collection of license plates reflecting the several states where she has resided. If you have a question about, well, anything, Abbey can usually find the answer. She loves planning trips, volunteer work, crafting, cooking, and learning new things to share with the Live Pretty audience.

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One Response to “Fun With Felt: Part 2”

  1. Julia — February 16, 2011 @ 9:38 pm (#
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    Best quote ever: “but my crafts are dictated by the pre-school through kindergarten-aged consumer marketplace.”

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