Happy Valentine’s Day! Whether you’re in a relationship or single today, you are SO DEEPLY LOVED!
I’m spending my Valentine’s Day afternoon crafting up some love for the twins’ nursery! Believe it or not, they will be here in just 5 weeks, maybe even sooner! We are working on final touches for their room, and wanted to find something to spruce up the wall above their cribs. I didn’t want to hang anything that could come crashing down on them, so we opted to paint a chalkboard and nail some trim around it. To add pops of color, I’m working on these adorable wall flowers that we’ll be able to securely tack to the wall.
These are simple to make, and take about 30 minutes per wall flower from start to finish. What I love about this technique is that it could be adapted to make endless sized projects! I’ve made a necklace out of mini flowers, and am planning to make the girls some headbands as well!
DIY: Fabric Wall Flowers
-1 yard cotton fabric
-1 felt square
-scissors or rotary fabric cutter
-hot glue gun and glue
1. Cut a felt circle that has a diameter of 5 inches. This will serve as the backing for the flower.
2. Fold the fabric so you can cut out as many 5 inch diameter circles as possible from the yard. If you have a rotary fabric cutter like I used, I folded the fabric so I only had to make four cuts, since it cuts through quite a few layers. If using a scissors, you’ll probably have to spend a little more time cutting out the circles.