Simple supplies from the craft store transform into cute as can be mini succulents. Create a DIY Felt Succulent Trio with Free Patterns. Farmhouse-style home décor perfectly sized for a tiered tray. I love creating quick and easy-to-make craft projects that are totally doable for the experienced or beginning crafter. I am excited to be sharing today as part of the Team Creative Crafts Spring and Garden Crafts Edition, so stop back by on Saturday to see all of the creative inspiration!
DIY Felt Succulent Trio with Free Patterns
This week I am co-hosting Team Creative Crafts Spring and Garden Crafts Edition with my crafty friends Laura from Laura Kelly Designs, and Lindsay from Artsy-Fartsy Mama. We are featuring ALL the fabulously heartfelt and cute craft projects from some of the most talented designers we know. Check out my tutorial, then scroll down to see all the creativity, AND stop back on Saturday to see what everyone has created!
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Here’s what you need to make Succulents from Felt:
- Kunin Classic Felt Craft Sheets – Neon Green, Apple Green, Pirate Green (one each)
- Mini Terra Cotta Flowerpots, 2” in diameter – Three
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars!
- MONO Twin Permanent Marker from Tombow
- DIY Felt Succulents Pattern Sheet – download below ⇓
Here’s how to create Succulents for a Tiered Tray:
To begin the DIY Felt Succulents, gather all supplies. Remove labels from flowerpots and felt sheets. Print, and cut out DIY FELT SUCCULENT PATTERNS by downloading below ⇓. If making more than one set, trace onto chipboard and cut out with scissors.
Trace each set of succulent shapes onto one of the colors of felt with a permanent marker according to the instructions on the pattern sheet.
Place a small line of hot glue in the center of one of the smallest succulent petals. Fold the petal in half, at an angle, and pinch to secure. Add a few dots of hot glue to the folded edge and roll to create the center of the succulent.
Place a small line of hot glue in the center of the rest of the smallest succulent petals. Fold the petals in half, at an angle, and pinch to secure. Add a few dots of hot glue along the folded edge and layer onto the center of the succulent.
Continue to glue the rest of the medium and large succulent petals in half, at an angle. Add the folded succulent petals to the base in a circular pattern. Follow the petal counts on the pattern sheet for each of the three succulents.
Plant in mini terra cotta flowerpots.
Quick and Easy DIY Felt Succulents
Trace, cut, and assemble these quick and easy DIY Felt Succulent Trio in just about 30 minutes. Your family and friends will never know how quick and easy these trendy succulents were to create!
DIY Mini Book Stack for a Tiered Tray
I love when an idea in my head turns out even better in real life! Infused with Farmhouse style this DIY Mini Book Stack is home décor that is perfectly sized for a tiered tray. Scrap lumber and acrylic craft paint transform into a trendy miniature book stack with a sweet message.
Now it’s time for some INSPIRATION!
Below are more SPRING-Y projects created by some of my craftiest designer friends. We are participating in the Team Creative Crafts Spring and Garden Crafts Edition. I hope you enjoyed my DIY Felt Succulents. Now scroll down to see all the goodness. Stop back by Saturday for all the super cool projects!
Awesome Spring and Garden Inspiration from Team Creative Crafts
I am totally blown away by the fabulous variety of projects that the team created this month. We told everyone “Spring and Garden Anything Goes” and we have not been disappointed! And look at all the GORGEOUS projects!
Inspiring Spring and Garden Crafts
Creative Spring and Garden DIY’s
Sharing is Caring! Pin this DIY Felt Succulents craft for Later
Too busy to make this project right now? Pin it for later! I’d love for you to pin my DIY Felt Succulent Trio to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.
Thanks for stopping by!