Wednesday, January 9, 2013

CraftLee Felt Flower Fun!

Hello there,
I was looking for something to keep my hand busy in front of the TV
so I decided to try and put a dent in my felt stash and make some fab-u-lous felt flowers.
I've blogged about these fun flowers before here.
You can find the tutorial here.

This is what I've made thus far
all displayed on a cute little wire mannequin frame I picked up in the NEXT sale!.


I started with various shades of purple pink and lilac ...


I've got a nice purplish remnant in my stash
and when I make a bag from this I'll have no shortage of flowers to dress it up !


I got the flowery bug and expanded my palette a little ...


I think the green ones will make beautiful accessories for St. Patricks Day !


I've just finished a few small clutches and think these flowers look great on them.


The only problem is its too difficult to choose which colours look nicest!




I love this checked clutch above.
I also bought some black and oatmeal felt yesterday to make some more alternative flowers for it !
Hmmm! Adding to my stash of felt rather than using it up, typical me !

Hope your having a lovely New Year !
Thank you for visiting & come back soon !

Love

Siubhan x x x


23 comments:

  1. They are really beautiful Siubhan. I made just one a few months back and they're pretty time consuming but well worth it.
    I'm lovin the first clutch with the blue shades. Really lovely.
    Happy new year - you're off to a great start!
    Helen

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    1. Thanks Helen & a happy new year to you too!

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  2. Siubhan your flowers are GORGEOUS!!!! you inspired me to give this a try, I can't Thank You enough!!! Sherrie

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  3. Wow these are so pretty definitely going to give them a go, love your bags on your previous blogs too. Have just liked your fb page so can keep up to date with your makes. Happy new year teresa

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    1. Hi Teresa, thank you for your lovely comments & for following me ! They are super fiddly and super addictive too !!! Be warned !! Hope you have a lovely new year ! Siubhán x

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  4. Your felt flowers are gorgeous Siubhan. I can see how they would be addictive!! They look fab on the bags, too.

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    1. Thanks Wendy ! Made a cushion today & pinned one to that too, anything that stand still long enough will have a flower attached this week !!

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  5. I'm really into making flowers at the moment, & these are beautiful Siubhan, I'll have to try them!

    Happy New Year Melanie x.

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    1. Thanks Melanie ! Give them a go, they take a bit of time but I think they are worth it ! Happy new year to you too!

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  6. These are lovely. I made flowers too this week, but yours put mine to shame. Well done xxx

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    1. Thanks Anna! Would love to see your flowers too ... Off to have a look if they are on your blog x x x

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  7. I love your flowers. The colours and texture is amazing. I would not be able to stop touching and stroking them!

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    1. I know ! I'm a bit obsessed at the min ! x

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  8. Your flowers are really pretty and look great on the clutch bags.
    Ali x

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  9. You've got your own colourful garden. The flowers are so pretty, look great on the clutch bags, they could be placed on all sorts of items. The colours are beautiful too!
    Wendy x

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  10. ooo, those are lovely. Making me feel all spring like!

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    1. Me too Helen , hurry up Spring !!! Its sooo cold!!!

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  11. I love these! I just started making them also. I'm trying to figure out what to do with them lol. GREAT JOB!

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    1. Thanks Jayna ! & good luck with yours (they're a bit addictive!)

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