Felt. Who knew all I needed to was to find the right colors and I’d find my new favorite craft material? Welcome to the second of three in my mini series, Felt Week! On Monday, I shared this super fun
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I started off by drawing out the sizes of each tier of the felt tree using my
Then, using my patterns, I cut out all seven strips of felt and line them up accordingly.
To keep everything secured together, I used the
Then, starting at the top, I slowly hot glued each of the felt strips to my twine. I made a thin line of glue and then placed the twine on top, all the while making sure it was equally spaced and centered.
I have the perfect spot for this cheerful little Felt tree on the wall by my front door.
Upon seeing this tree, my four year old daughter exclaimed, “A rainbow xylophone! I love it, mom!” Well, it may look like a rainbow xylophone to some but with this year’s
Have you done much crafting with felt?