Since I can't have the real thing this will have to do, until it's warm enough here in Maine for all of our flowering trees and bushes to pop! I used an old pink wool sweater that I previously cut apart for this Hexagon Ball tutorial, but you can buy some 100% wool felt from your nearest craft or fabric store if you don't, as I used here for the white flowers. You'll also need some basic needle felting supplies, a hot glue gun and a branch that looks like a mini tree.
|I used mostly pink flowers, but on occasion some white ones too. Cut out some basic 5 petal flower shapes a little larger than you want for your final pieces. Needle felt a small circle into the center of the flowers.|
|Squeeze out as much of the water as you can (I prefer to roll them up in a towel and wring the towel), and let them sit out to dry completely.|
|Attach the flowers randomly to the branches using a hot glue gun or another quick drying glue of choice.|
|The more flowers you make, the better.|
|How could this not brighten any room?|