I absolutely love sunflower bouquets, especially during the Fall season. I had created a blog article last year to teach you how to make felt sunflowers. This year, I used the same pattern but used three different colors to make this beautiful and unique felt sunflower bouquet.

Get the FREE pattern and instructions in the DIY Felt Sunflower article > Click HERE <

To go faster this time, I used a hot glue gun instead of sewing all the sunflowers. To place the sunflowers on stems, just glue the tip of the stem at the beginning of the brown strip that will create the heart of the flower, then roll it around the stem.

You can cut some leaves in green felt and glue them on the stems if you wish. Use a green felt that is closest to the color of your stems.

You can place the sunflowers in a vase, or a mason jar for more of a rustic style. Decorate the vase or jar with some fabric wrapped around it, a nice bow, or these labels that are great for gifting.

Find more ideas for Fall and Thanksgiving DIY decor on the blog! Share your photos with me on IG @craftwithnola!

Posted by:CraftwithNola

Designer Maker of earth-friendly crafts and DIY projects

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