Hanging Felt Succulent Garden
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From the blogger: "If you have a black thumb or just want some greenery in your home that doesn't need to be maintained, then felt succulents are your answer. The felt petals can be cut by hand or with an electronic cutter. Gather materials on a nature walk - moss (or buy some faux), bark, leaves, and rocks to add the realistic and real finishing touches. Attach to a canvas frame, a picture frame without the glass, or even a wood wall shelf. There are so many ways to personalize this succulent garden."
Time to CompleteIn an evening
Estimated CostUnder $10
- Glue gun and glue
- Canvas or frame
DIY Project Instructions
Cut out felt petals (the design I used is a free project from Cricut but there are plenty of templates online if you need one).
(optional) use ink pads or markers to darken the edges of the petals.
Glue layers of felt together
Arrange on frame with other natural elements until it is as full as you would like.
Glue items to the frame.
Hang and enjoy!
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