Heart”felt” Remix

Alright this tutorial is going to be so easy for me to type up thanks to my previous tutorial! I have already explained to you about purchasing felt, cutting cirlces, the folding technique and where to glue! So, for this tutorial you will need about 1/2 yard of felt per ball. Once again, I figured out a way to save some cash-money 🙂 Instead of purchasing the foam balls that are 1.50 (WITH the 40 percent off coupon) for only THREE. I purchased FIVE of these little beauties for 99 cents (plus applicable sales tax–LOL) Gotta love the 99 cents store!

So you just need to glue your little felt circles around the ball! I used pink AND red for these and I tied a piece of ribbon through two of the holes to use as a hanger. I then topped it off with a bow 🙂

And they all lived happily ever after dangling from our chandelier in the kitchen 🙂

The End.


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16 responses to “Heart”felt” Remix

  1. Very pretty and oh, so thrifty!

  2. Those look great! Love em!

    Jo @ SmileMonsters

  3. I love all of your projects that I have seen so far! You are so creative…I get tired of seeing the same things all the time and I haven’t seen any of these! I am your newest follower!

  4. Well…aren’t you just a girl after my own heart!! These are adorbale…but what makes them special for me is that you used the plastic balls. 🙂

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  6. These are so cute! I also love hanging things from my chandelier!
    So I decided to try….how in the world do you get them to look like a ball? I tried different ways of gluing and it is not a cohesive “ball” but kinda uneven looking. Anyhoo back to the glue gun! Any tips would be appreciated!!!

  7. How did I miss this? You are SO CLEVER!! Just when I thought the felt heart was a must-do, not I need to make these to go with!! How adorable! And, I am thinking ahead to make more for other holidays, Halloween, Christmas, etc. Can’t wait to see what you come up with next! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity with us.

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