Fleur d'Elise

Alright, it’s time to continue on with the fabric flower bouquet that I introduced last week. If you missed part one, click here. Today, I’ll show you how to make the half sphere, pom flowers that make up most of the bouquet.

Here’s what you’ll need:

*Hot Glue Gun

*Fabric Shears/sharp scissors

*Solid Cotton Fabric (If you don’t want your fabric to fray on the edges, try a jersey knit or a Fray-stopping spray)


*Circle pattern- mine is 3″ in diameter but you can adjust as necessary to get the size flower you want.

Step 1: Trace and cut out one circle from your felt. Then trace and cut out 12 circles from your cotton.

Step 2: In order to form your petals, you will take one circle of cotton and fold it in half. Then, you will fold it into thirds and glue it into that shape.

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