Happy Mother’s Day: DIY Felt Tulips Tutorial

The smell of freshly mowed green grass, the sound of chirping birds, and the sight of beautiful tulips are sure signs that spring has sprung. Many people get the urge to slip on their gardening gloves and get to work in their garden, making way for the peony plant that’s bursting out or the tulips that are rising up to meet the sun.

What if you don’t have space for a garden or your thumb is less than green? No worries – you can still tiptoe through the tulips with this felt flower tutorial that is perfect for some new spring decorations. Instead of playing in the dirt, use this time to change up some home decor with a few new sewing projects or a few DIY craft projects. You won’t even need a sewing machine. Use this DIY felt flower tutorial and full video to make a wonderful Mother’s Day gift or to make a gift for yourself this spring.

Finished DIY Felt Tulips
Finished DIY Felt Tulips
Finished DIY Felt Tulips
Finished DIY Felt Tulips
Finished DIY Felt Tulips

Click here for the full tutorial: How to Make Felt Tulips

Happy Mother’s Day!


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About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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6 Responses to Happy Mother’s Day: DIY Felt Tulips Tutorial

  1. Jenn says:

    HaPpY Mother’s Day Beth!!!!! Love these Felt Tulips!!!!

  2. Love the tulips and they never need to be watered!

  3. Bonnie Slipero says:

    These tulips bare quite lovely and simple to make. Thank you for sharing.

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