Tuesday, February 5, 2013

How To Create Your Own Felt Embellishment

Here's a fun little felt embellishment I created.

I was inspired by this pack of felt embellishments.  They are by KI Memories.

I thought I'd make my own smiling sun embellishment and maybe later try my hand at making some other things too.

The great thing about this project is that the supplies are affordable.  So, if you want to try it you aren't investing a lot to learn to sew with felt. 

I've created a video tutorial for you.  It's under 5 minutes, but if you're really strapped for time here's a quick list of what I used.

I used cheap felt you can get from any craft store.
Create a Critter Cricut Cartridge to make a template to cut the darker orange shape.
Nestabilities to cut the circle.
Embroidery floss, 2 strands thick.
Googly eyes attached with Scotch Quick Dry.
Poly-Fil Stuffing, but feel free to recycle and use something else.

Here's the quick video that will show you the process.


Dr Sonia S V said...

So gorgeous

Rica said...

Absolutely adorable Amber, so beautifully done - I think they wouldn't look like me if I'd tried - I cant even sew in a straight lines!!

Heather xx

Lisa said...

This is absolutely adorable!! Love the sweet face!! So creative!! Have a great day :)

A Mermaid's Crafts

cuilliesocks said...

Lovely little embellies, good instruction video, thanks, kate x

Amanda said...

Awww, those are adorable!!

Scrappy hugs,
Amanda :0)

Missy said...

This is GREAT!!!!!!!! Definitley pinning your video so I can learn to do this!!

Erika said...

I also enjoy playing with felt, just can't seem to find any in my messy room just now.
Love your felt sun, have fun and thanks for popping by my place.
Happy crafting, hugs Erika.

Angi said...

Looove this. Must make one! :)

Elise said...

Oh these are just so cute!!!

Big Hugs,

scrappinC said...

OMG! Your little sun is just way to cute. Love it. Have a fabulous evening.
Cindy Lou

Yoshira aka cricutalltime said...

Very cute sun.I will give it a try.

Pat Vail said...

what a great idea. will be trying this. thanks

Dorlene Durham said...

so cute. I love the tutorial. It's always good to see what you're doing.