Felt Flower Ornament {No.7}

Felt Flower Ornament {No.7}

Felt Flower Ornament
{Ornament Number Seven}Materials Needed:Felt
Clean Metal Jar Lid
Embellishments {glitter}

Begin by making a template for the petals. I used a 1 1/2 inch circle punch to cut a circle out of cardstock, slightly trimming off one end. {You can also hand cut a circle if you do not have a punch}Trace your template onto a piece of felt and cut out. I needed 11 petals of this size for the 2 1/2 inch diameter lid that I used.
Prepare your clean jar lid by drilling a hole into the side for the hanger. Hot glue the petals around the outer edge of the lid.
Take your original cardstock template and trim a little more off the bottom, just about a 1/4 inch. Trace and cut 15 more petals of this size.

Continue hot gluing overlapping the first layer of petals.

When you get to the center you will have to trim the last two petals to fit; folding and tucking them in.

Embellish the center if you like. I place a dab of hot glue and sprinkled PK Glitter Glitz in Silver on top; Let sit to dry and dust off the access.

Finish off by threading the cut ribbon through the drilled hole for the hanger.

All of the ornament tutorials featured are very basic and allow you to create them to your own personal taste and style ~ be creative and have fun! Enjoy!



  1. I have been following you for a while now. Today I had time to sit down and go through your entire archives! I am in awe of the projects you’ve done=) I just wanna come live in your craft room=) I can imagine a big white fluffy bed in the middle of that space=)))

  2. I love how elegant this one looks!

  3. I am loving all these ornaments! Are you going to do a themed Christmas tree?

  4. This one is so cute! It’s a great ornament – but it also could be used on so many things!! Love it.
    I think I am going to need another tree – it could be my Under the Table & Dreaming ornament tree. Wonder if hubby will go for that?? 😉

  5. I really like this felt flower! I’ve been working on some felt roses over the past couple of days! I love felt!

  6. I love these!! I can’t wait to make some!

  7. I love this! What a beautiful idea.

  8. Love this one!

    I love all these ornament ideas actually! This is so great! Thanks for sharing these fabulous ornament tutorials!

  9. Gorgeous color! Another beautiful one.

  10. I want to make dozens of these!

  11. This is so pretty!! And, may I please come live with you so I can play in your craft room!! It’s total awesomeness!!

  12. Those flowers are beautiful. I bet they’d make great wreath embellishments too. Thank you so much for all the wonderful ideas you given the blogging world this week.

  13. Excited to try to make this one –so pretty.

  14. Absolutely beautiful! I love the color, the glitter, the design…I might even do this as a pin.

    Thanks for the great idea!

  15. GREAT job!!!

  16. I love this project. Thanks for sharing it with us!

  17. I am going to try these. They look soo elegant and feminine.

  18. These are SOO cute! I got to try these! I’d love for you to link it up at sundae scoop! http://iheartnaptime.blogspot.com/

  19. Oh, wait! The other day, I said another of these was my favorites, but I must have missed this one! This so pretty! I’d love to do some in red and use gold glitter in the middle. So glad you’ve been doing these posts!

    ~ The Speckled Dog (craft-business book giveaway on my blog until 9/2)

  20. Hi there! I’m sharing this with my readers today!

  21. What a pretty ornament – like a corsage for the tree!

  22. Lovely ornament and a great tutorial, thanks for sharing!

  23. Forget how I found you originally, but I re-found you via CSI. When I clicked to see the judge, I saw a whole bunch of projects in the sidebar that I’d bookmarked last year! LOL Anyway, I made my first fascinator (addictive) as a Christmas gift for my mom, and this was the flower style I chose to try! I realized I’d not posted about it yet, so I thought I’d let you know it’s coming. 🙂 Thanks!

  24. just started making my own felt and button bridal bouquets and buttonholes, really excited to come aacross another way of making fabulous flowers…gorgeous!

  25. I’m going to make this as a pin/broach to wear on a blazer rather than as an ornament, so I’ll use a plastic circle cut from a bottle instead of a jar lid for the base. Thanks for such a great idea.

  26. You make this sound so easy! I think I just decided to make these ornaments for Christmas stocking stuffers. Thanks for the step by step photos.


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