I have been working on a couple easy DIY flower posts; next up is the ranunculus felt flower! The ranunculus brings a tight, playful spiral to the seven flower tutorials I have in store for us. It is super easy and fun to make. Add these ranunculus felt flowers to any floral craft you have in mind. I have a couple in the works and can’t wait to share them! Stay tuned for a birthday banner, nursery mobile and dream catcher! And who knows what else may be dreamed up!
Have fun crafting!
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Ranunculus Felt Flower Materials
- 5 by 5 inch piece of felt; color of your choice for the flower.
- Large mug or circular object with a 5 inch diameter.
- 2 1/2 by 2 1/2 inch piece of felt for leaf; I used the green shade from this pack
- Glue gun and glue
Find a flat surface to work on. Turn on the hot glue gun so it’s ready to go when you need it.
- Lay out your 5 x 5 inch piece of felt. Place your large mug or circular object so it fits snugly on the felt. Trace the circle with a pencil. Cut out the circle.
- Cut a spiral about 1/4 inch thick to the center of the circle. Try your best to keep the spiral width even. Leave a tab of felt in the center so you can glue all the ranunculus together.
- Start rolling the felt from the outside of the circle to the center.
- Once you have reached the end of rolling your felt, dab some glue on the remaining tab and set the rolled flower on it. Allow the glue to dry and set the ranunculus aside.
- Let’s make a simple leaf. Grab the 2 1/2 by 2 1/2 piece of felt and cut in a convex arch from one corner to the opposite corner. Repeat the convex arch back to the original corner.
- Load up some hot glue on a corner of the leaf then place the ranunculus on top. Once dry you have your ranunculus felt flower!
Make just one or as many ranunculus felt flowers you like for the craft you are dreaming up!
What Can Be Composted From This Ranunculus Felt Flower Craft?
If your felt is made of organic materials, like wool, you can compost the scraps. Thick heavy pieces of felt don’t compost well but if your pieces are small or thin throw them in there.
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