How To: Felt Flowers For Your Holiday Table

The Bride's Cafe

Are you looking for that perfect holiday table centerpiece, or do you need a unique gift to bring to your host or hostess? If so, this DIY felt flower bouquet just might be the thing for you...

I am a flower addict. I totally got it from my mom who always had flowers around the house at all times. The colors, the shapes, the smells just make my mood a bit sweeter on any given day. I always like to have fresh flowers on the table, but depending on where you live the local flower flavor is a little less than ideal during the colder winter months. So I found this great felt flower alternative that just might do the trick. You can choose to use traditional autumn colors, work with your dish decor, or add a surprising pop of color to your table setting. This handmade bouquet could also act as a interesting conversation starter during dinner, which we all know could be a real gift at family holiday meals.

Check out the full tutorial to make felt mums, gardenias and ranunculus bouquets for a bright and upbeat holiday center piece over at The Bride's Cafe.

Images: The Bride's Cafe

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Alysha is a photographer and designer living in Seattle who loves dark chocolate, tea, and all things furry. In her spare time you'll find her with paint in her hair renovating her 1919 Craftsman and sharing the process on her blog Old House New Tricks.