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23 November 2010

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Suzonne

There have been some technical difficulties with the link. I've updated the post again (and checked to see that the link works).

http://www.familycircle.com/holiday/christmas/decorations/felt-holiday-crafts/

Amy

Will you be posting the tutorials somewhere since Family Circle took them down?

Leslie

http://www.familycircle.com/holiday/christmas/decorations/felt-holiday-crafts/

Teri

sad to see that FC took the tutorials down

Sionann

Love, love, love the felt projects and great, clean, modern colors. Do you have any patterns for a tree skirt???

Wendy

I love those pinecones!! I'm thinking all white felt with a little glitter on the tips. :) Thanks for the inspiration Suzonne!!


Suzonne

Thanks everyone! And Anya - you CAN be that skilled with the cutting. I print out clip art of snowflakes onto the paper side of freezer paper and then iron it onto the felt (the waxy side adheres to the felt). After that, I use fine-tip scissors to cut out the details. Since the paper doesn't shift while you're cutting, it's easier to cut all those little pieces out. As for the scissors, I use Fiskars Micro-tip scissors (which you can get at Michaels) and online.

Anya

I love love love it all. How do you cut the felt on the snowflakes? I don't know if I can be that skilled...hmmm...

Whitney @ WhiskerGraphics.com

Felt is my favorite fabric to work with. No fraying, pretty colors, forgivable and soft and cozy to the touch. Last Christmas was my "felt" Christmas and I made as many gifts as I could with felt. I'm digging those pinecones and garland. Nice job! Can't wait to get my Family Circle in the mail. :)

jes

Those pictures are gorgeous! I'm gonna pick up some felt today!

Catherine

I've been interested in felt a lot more lately, too. I love your festive projects - - especially the unique pinecones! :)

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