- I made six flowers (3 white and 3 pink) out of 2 pink and 2 white 8.5 x 11 felt pieces purchased from JoAnn's.
- Scissors (preferably fabric scissors)
- Pipe cleaners for the stems
- Fabric glue
I cut one individual piece into thirds (I didn't measure exactly).
Then I took a pair of fabric scissors and cut ridges into the top of all of the strips. I didn't have a template for this -- just freehand. I think it looks better freehand because not every rose is the same right?
I placed dots of fabric glue along the bottom to help hold the flower together. Then, I placed a bigger dab of glue at one of the ends and placed a pipecleaner in that glue. I started wrapping the flower around the pipe cleaner until I rolled it all up.
Then I folded back some of the petals to have the flower open up.
I made more and placed in a vase for a beautiful bouquet!