My second thought was these flowers.
Now that circles are already cut out, you can make these in no time!
- Supplies -
Start with one felt circle and fold it over.
Put hot glue on one side of the half circle and glue it onto another felt circle.
You will then take another felt circle (your third one), fold it in half, put hot glue on one side, and glue it down on the bottom felt circle next to the previous one (kind of in an L shape.)
Continue doing this with the rest of your circles.
When you get to the end (the fifth felt circle), you will put hot glue on one side of the half circle and put it under the first felt circle you put down.
It should look like this:
You should only see half of each felt half circle.
Next, add your embellishment.
I added a button.
Then prepare your clip by lining it with ribbon.
You could also use these really cute Bobby Pins that are new to The Ribbon Retreat!
It could give the felt flower a little more of a sophisticated touch!
Then glue your flower onto the clip…
… and you’re done!
It’s SO easy and could be a fun project for ‘tweens and teenagers.
You know how I love the Fourth of July, right?
I couldn’t help myself and made this one too.
Have you used these felt circles for anything other than a base for a clip?
I’d love to hear your ideas.