Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Loopy Felt Flower Valentine Tag

Happy Wednesday!
Today's project was a fun one! Have you tried making these little loopy felt flowers yet? They are so fun and easy to make and I think they make an awesome statement on a project!

To make the felt flower, you need felt of your choice, a sewing machine, sharp scissors and hot glue.  Cut your felt into strips that measure: 2" x 8", 1 1/2" x 4" and 1" x 3" and then a circle of about 1 1/2".
I cut my felt into smaller sections this time.  My very first loopy felt flower had bigger sections, but still cute none the less.  Its up to you how you want yours to look.
The smaller the sections, the fuller it looks.  I just prefer this look best I think.  Just play with it and see how you like it.
I used a little Valentine stamp set I had in my stash for the sentiment. I don't remember where I even got it now...sorry!  Such a sweet sentiment.
This little tag is for sale in my Etsy shop along with a pink version which I will probably show you here real soon.  I've got one more white loopy felt flower that I made that I've yet to make something with, but I'm sure I will find something soon to use it on.

Thanks for stopping by today. Please come again really soon, but until then...have a lovely day!  HUGS! :)
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6 comments:

PeggyLovesVintage said...

Awesome DeeDee I love it. I bet it's snatched up right away! Hugs!

Regina Easter said...

omg deedee this STINKIN CUTE...

bonnie said...

Oh sweetie this is so gorgeous...love the red black and white together it's so elegant! ;) Hugs x

Carole Beath said...

Awesomeness in red.... Gorgeous.
Carole

Hani@Craftionary said...

This is Adorable.. I am loving it!
Pinning this fab idea.. Thanks for linking up! :)

Mariel said...

I love this for V-day! I would love to have you come link up your favorite posts at 'Or so she says...'. The link party will be open until this Tuesday. (Sat-Tues, every week.) Hope to see you there!

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