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How to Make DIY Felt Flowers

How to Make DIY Felt Flowers
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"A step-by-step tutorial for how to make rolled felt flowers. Rolled flowers are among the easiest decorations and you can make them out of felt scraps really quickly. All you need is a scrap piece of felt and 10 minutes of your time. You can make hundreds of things with these flowers! Embellish a simple hair tie. Make a brooch (Hint: simple and easy DIY Christmas gifts!) You can use them as home decor: make a wreath to hang on the front door. Or toss them in a decorative bowl and you've got a nice table decoration for the days there are no fresh flowers at hand. Have a look to make these adorable felt flowers yourself!"

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Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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