Denim and Felt Floral Hoop

  1. […] And, if you are interested in a few more fun felt projects, check out these: Denim and Felt Floral Hoop Art Handmade Felt Finger Puppets Felt Name Book for […]

  2. Felt Elephant Brooch - Do Small Things with Love says:

    […] 4.  Next, create and add the flower.  A full tutorial for making this 5 leaf flower can be found here. […]

  3. […] creating the pink roses can be found here, and a tutorial for the yellow followers here.  The purple flowers are simply a flat shape. Step 5: Pull out the hot glue gun.  First, glue […]

  4. Sam @ Thrive 360 Living says:

    Love this so much. I just made an embroidery hoop flower last week. I’ve got to try out your version because it would be a beautiful addition to my inspiration wall where my other one is.

  5. Gorgeous! Just bought a bunch of embroidery hoops and was only planning to fill them with fun fabric…now, you’ve got my gears turning about adding felt flowers to them, too. Love it!

  6. Bonnie and Trish @ Uncommon says:

    Love this! featured you tonight at Monday Funday! ;0

  7. Jami says:

    So cute!! Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing your great ebroidery hoop!!! Hope you’ll stop by often!!

  8. Tina Pippo says:

    Wonderful tutorial! The colour combination is amazing!
    Great post!! I included it in my post Βόλτα στη Γειτονιά #21 🙂
    Have a great week!!

  9. Cheryl @ Sew Can Do says:

    Great color combo – the yellow & white really pop against the denim. Thanks for linking this to the Pinterest Challenge:)

  10. Katie @ Creatively Living says:

    So cool! I’m pinning this to the Monday Funday pin board!

  11. M.J. Powell says:

    What a fun project. We just found your blog!

    We are hosting a link party that is live today. We would like to invite you to link up and share this with our readers.


    The Busy Bee’s,
    Myrna and Joye.


  12. SweetPepperRose says:

    Terrific project! New follower thru Two Yellow Birds party 😉

  13. Emily says:

    This is so pretty, Nancy! I love felt flowers. They’re so beautiful and you can use such a variety of colors! I know how it feels to have hubby traveling, mine travels out of the country frequently. Last week it was Germany and next month it’s China. Ugh. Enjoy your evening craft time! I’m your newest follower. 🙂

    Visiting from Southern Lovely.



  14. Mandy Beyeler says:

    Thanks for linking to Take-A-Look Tuesday over at Sugar Bee Crafts – you were featured today!
    –Mandy, http://www.SugarBeeCrafts.com

  15. Becca Acker says:

    Very cute! I really like the color combination. 🙂


  16. teenah says:

    visiting from southern lovely. This is BEAUTIFUL and caught my eye. What a great job!

  17. Amanda says:

    This is so so so cute! I’ve been looking for ways to use some old jeans and this is just perfect 🙂

    I would love it if you would link up at Martha Mondays, open every Monday morning through Wednesday night!



  18. the cape on the corner says:

    this is so cute, and it’s getting me in the mood for spring!

  19. Peggy Hale says:

    This is so cute! I love the colors. You should share at Transformed Tuesday I know my readers would love to see. http://pjhdesignsoneofakind.blogspot.com/2013/02/transformed-tuesday-24-features.html
    Hope you can stop by. I’m a new follower. Hugs, Peggy

  20. Carrie @ My Favorite Finds says:

    This is super cute. I wonder if you could make a “No sew” version…I can’t even sew things this basic :(. Thanks for sharing at the Pinterest Challenge.

  21. Tanya @ Greetings From the Asylum says:

    I have an abundance of denim at my house that has been waiting for just this project! Thanks for sharing! I am visiting from Sugar Bee!

  22. Shannon Conner says:

    What a great project! I’m pinning it!

    Visiting through Keep it Simple,


  23. Ana Lopes says:

    So sweet! Love the colors too! Thanks so much for sharing the great tutorial!
    Have a fabulous week!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft

  24. Jennifer says:

    So lovely! I’ll have to keep this in mind when I start working on my craft room/office Gallery wall 🙂

  25. Rox says:

    Oh, this is a sweet project. Those flowers would look on anything, canvas, art journals… pinning!

  26. Kristy says:

    Very cute!

  27. Megan Maguire says:

    Hi, don’t forget as part of the ‘I Love My Post’ blog hop, you have to follow all the hosts and co-hosts(including me) to take part 🙂



  28. megan says:

    I LOVE this project!! It’s so simple and cute!! Thanks for sharing with us! 🙂

  29. Judy Whatilivefor says:

    I love it! I can’t wait to make my own.

  30. A to Zebra Celebrations says:

    Beautiful job!!! First time visiting your blog. I hope you stop by and link your crafts- http://atozebracelebrations.com/2013/01/link-party-5.html

  31. Melissa O says:

    This is an adorable project and a great way to showcase some fabric flowers. Nice job!

    Missy Inspired

  32. Natasha Hoover says:

    Very cute!

  33. bettyl says:

    That’s just as cute as can be!

  34. Sarah Evans says:

    This is gorgeous – I love your petal details.

    Thanks for linking up!

    Sarah @ A Cat-Like Curiosity

  35. Linda Bouffard says:

    isn’t this darling. I haven’t seen any flowers like this. Very nice and original. Take care, Linda

  36. Dianna Leonard says:

    very pretty! You make such wonderful projects with felt!


  37. Babies, Buttons and Bows says:

    Love this! So simple yet looks amazing 🙂 My to do list just keeps growing!
    Amy x


  38. Emily says:

    I’m pinning this because I didn’t know how to make these flowers. This is a great tutorial. Thanks so much!


  39. That is absolutely beautiful!!! I love this! Will for sure pin it in the hopes that I actually do it one day! 🙂

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