Using felt sheets along with a printable sunflower pattern, we’ll show you how to make bunches of gorgeous felt sunflowers that can be used for home decor and fashion accessories.
The Things you Can Make with Felt Sunflowers
We love making felt flowers! All kinds of felt flowers including tulips, pansies, ranunculus and peonies plus so many more.
In fact, we’ve created a whole garden of DIY felt flower patterns to chose from in our Etsy shop that are available as an instant download. The PDF patterns can be used to cut out the designs with scissors. Or use the SVG cut files to cut out the pieces with a cutting machine, such as a Cricut Maker 3.
And using our step by step photo tutorials (and in some cases, video tutorials), you’ll be able to follow along in creating these felt floral beauties.
Now that we’ve added the felt sunflower pattern to the shop, I’m considering all of the many ways to use them. In the past, we’ve made floral bouquets such as these beautiful tulips, and potted felt flowers, as well as a pretty photo display.
Learn how to use these exact sunflowers in this pretty sunflower wreath idea.
A few other ways to use felt flowers are by adorning gifts , creating a home sweet home sign or making a simple girl’s headband.
While we love the white sunflowers, you can also use the pattern to make a whole collection of beautiful yellow ones to use for your favourite sunflower craft. Aren’t they just so cheery and fun?
DIY Felt Sunflowers
To make your own felt sunflowers, head over to our SustainMyCraftHabit Etsy shop to purchase the sunflower felt patterns and instruction guide.
And if you are interested in additional sunflower crafts, check out these sunflower painted rocks that you can also make at home and scatter throughout your house or garden.
I’d love to hear some of the creative ways you would use these pretty felt sunflowers?
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Monday 19th of July 2021
I love these felt sunflowers, painted rocks, and marble pots. So Cute!
Jane and Sonja
Friday 23rd of July 2021
Thank you so much Rebecca!!!