Tuesday

A day out...and a spiral felt flower tutorial

A day out

Check out little Micah on a day out! This little cutie is my friend Sherry's grandkid and my latest muse! :) Just a little fun with Bo Bunny papers which I also used in my A Tea Party post! :)  Love the swirl chipboards...which were misted in orange! "Bee Happy" sticker by SRM stickers, crepe paper, handstitching...and a little flip flop charm! :) And a swirly felt flower to represent the sun! :)

A lot of you asked about how to make these spiral felt flowers so here's a short tutorial...:)

First you need to cut some felt circles. Big or small. Then use fabric scissors to cut your spirals. They don't have to be even...or perfect...


Take the inner end of the spiral and start twirling...

You can keep the swirls loose or tight...
 When you're done, just add a little glue to secure the flower.

Here they are, all done! :)

*Edited* If you've used the tutorial I shared to create something, leave me a link so that I can come see your project! :)

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27 comments:

Laurel said...

Oh I love this layout, look at those yummy flowers and ruffle!

Shalini said...

adorable flowers... thanks for sharing... and a very pretty layout too...

~amy~ said...

LOVE your layout yvonne...check you out sneaking in that ruffle...thanks for the tut...what kind of glue do you use? Would a glue dot work?

Sherry (aka sherryann) said...

OMG Yvonne, Your talent amazes me. Love what you have done with these photos of Micah.

Thanks for the flower rose tutorial I can't wait to try it. And as Amy asked what kind of glue do you use to hold them?

Heather said...

Love the page! That paper has such great bright cheery colors. Thanks for the felt spiral flower tutorial! I will have to try it!

Dora said...

Your lay out is beautiful as always, your tutorial..thanks so much!

laterg8r said...

love the waves on your LO :D

gorgeous colors and great tute :D

laterg8r said...

love the waves on your LO :D

gorgeous colors and great tute :D

Spardha said...

aww.. hes soo cute!!.. love ur layout!.. and thanks for the awesome tutorial! :D

TesaB said...

Gorgeous page, so much fun! Love the bold colors and design. Thanks for the tut, the felt flower is FAB!

Tenia Nelson said...

Super awesome page!!

Amy Heller said...

Such a fun, vibrant LO!! Love it! Thanks for playing along at SRM Stickers!

Lynnda Hosni said...

another gorgeous LO... I love it... the picture and colors...and yes the flower too... Thanks for the tutorial... I'm going to try tonight.... thanks... :wink: ...xx

Cindy Lee said...

Another happy and fun layout! You always match the photo and your design perfectly..from the colors to the embellies!! Great tut my dear friend!

Juhi said...

awesome layout Yvonne.........thanks for the tutorial.....I don't have any felt though but will give it a try with some other fabric....

Blossom inch said...

nice layout, i love the tutorial and will definitely give it a try since I have a lot of felt fabrics. xoxo

Sparkle said...

Such a darling layout!

RiNNE said...

love the swirls and that ruffled ribbon! thanks sooo much for your tutorial!

Jeanet said...

Wow..thanks for this awesome tutorial Yvonne!!Have to try these!!

beckyjune said...

beautiful job! Those flowers are so pretty, too. THanks for playing along with our challenge at SRM Stickers.

Kathy said...

Thanks for the tutorial and love the layout..stunning and so colorful too!

gea said...

wow ! thank you for sharing ! Its simple AND nice !! I love it

Smita said...

Beautiful layout and gorgeous gorgeous flower... thank you for sharing!

Jaya Christina said...

wow.. stunning but so easy .. maybe not if I really try :D
thanks for the idea.

Jade said...

I love working with felt and this gives me some really great ideas! Thanks!

Kristin said...

Great idea. I used the flowers in my new Halloween Wreath
http://arquillaantics.blogspot.com/2012/10/my-new-halloween-wreath.html

muskan tahir said...

Oh,great this is very simple and easy pattern

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