Valentine’s Craft: Felt Stemmed Roses and Vase
Valentine's Day is one month away and I'm getting in the spirit with this Valentine's craft. I love decorating for this celebration of love mostly because I LOVE red and pink home decor. Today, I'm going to share with you an easy upcycle of a bud vase, along with some pretty felt rose stems for a Valentine's vignette or for a little table decoration for your home.
How to Make Felt Stemmed Roses and Valentine's Vase
- Bud sase
- Plate or tray for vase
- Glass paint
- Floral wire for flower stem
- Hot Glue and Scissors
- Pink felt
- Extra decorations: doilies, glass beads, etc.
I started by painting my bud vase. I free handed multi colored hearts all over the vase, but you could always use a stencil or a foam stamp depending on the look you are trying to achieve.
While I allowed my vase and charger to dry, I got started on my felt flower. I followed the same instructions for a traditional felt flower, except I wrapped it around a piece of floral wire to make it look more like a stemmed rose. I glued every 1/2 inch or less and then used the leaves to cover up the bottom of the flower.
This project is very easy and won't take you too long to make. It's a fun way to get ready for Valentine's Day and is something you can reuse each year! Happy Valentine's Day!
If you're looking for another fun Valentine's food idea, check out this Be My Valentine Ice Cream Float!
Do you decorate your home for Valentine's Day? What are your favorite Valentine's crafts?
Abbey is the voice behind The Cards We Drew where she blogs about crafts, home decor ideas, and recipes. Abbey is a working mother and wife that lives in Ohio with her family.
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