Fresh flowers will eventually wilt and die, but felt flowers stay beautiful forever! This makes them perfect for home decor, fashion accessories, or special occasions like weddings and birthday parties. Our roundup of pretty felt flower projects is sure to leave you feeling inspired to get creative!
Felt Anemone Flower
You’ll need a bit of yarn for the center, but this felt anemone flower is just as pretty as the real thing when you’re finished. Wear it in your hair or add it to your favorite home decor project. Learn more at Delia Creates.
Felt Calla Lily
Felt calla lilies look lovely when displayed as part of a larger arrangement. Learn how to make these elegant flowers at Something Turquoise.
Carnations are one of the simplest felt flower designs to make. Lia Griffith shows you how to create felt carnations in the color of your choice on her blog.
Add springtime cheer to your home with an arrangement of felt daffodils. This beginner level project is a great way to practice the techniques used to make more complex arrangements. Head over to Live Laugh Rowe to learn more.
The many petals on a felt dahlia flower are a little time consuming to create, but the finished design is nothing short of spectacular. Not Martha has the instructions.
These felt mums will perk up your handbag or accessorize your favorite outfit with their cheerful colors. Infarrantly Creative shows you how to make them.
Red felt poppy flowers are a perfect Memorial Day craft project, as it is customary to wear poppies to honor America’s veterans. DIY Network explains how to complete these simple felt flowers.
This ruffled felt rose is added to a headband to make a stylish hair accessory, but you could easily use it to embellish a different project if desired. Head over to Little Birdie Secrets for the complete instructions. (Alternatively, you can check out the lovely felt rose wreath tutorial here on Wonderful DIY.)
This felt sunflower is embellished with seed and bugle beads to make a pretty springtime brooch. Nbeads has the full tutorial.
When displayed in stoneware bowls filled with river rocks, these felt succulents are a stylish addition to your home decor. Visit Shaken Together Life for a detailed tutorial.