Posts Tagged ‘Five Days of Felt’



Five Days of Felt: No. 5

Friday, December 17th, 2010

We’ve got an extra special day planned on Twig & Thistle! To complete our Five Days of Felt series; we have three amazing projects by Maddy of Somewhere Splendid and Shauna of Shauna Younge Dessert Tables to share.

Later, we’ve got a very special guest feature that you won’t want to miss! *Hint, these two ladies might have something to do with it AND there’s a free download!

For the last two weeks, Maddy and Shauna have teamed up to create the 10 days of Craftsmas. A fun series of DIY projects for the holiday season. There hasn’t been a single project I didn’t like and to my delight they’ve even included a few with felt!

Whip up a few of these Felt Holly Wreaths in a matter of minutes with this simple tutorial!

Dress up those gift cards with Handmade Felt Card Holders. No buttons? No problem! Sew on a bell for added jingle!

Ensure a few kisses this holiday season with this easy and quick Felt Mistletoe project!



Five Days of Felt: No. 4

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

There is something so amazingly joyful about today’s project. This rainbow felt garland by Jordan Ferney of Oh Happy Day was originally inspired by a similar version seen at Anthropologie. Jordan created her own by threading felt balls onto thick string. Get the complete how-to and see more pics on Oh Happy Day.



Five Days of Felt: No. 3

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

These Reusable Felt Mailing Envelopes from Small Adventure instantly make me think of mailing letter’s to Santa! I love the thought of having a special envelope that can be used again and again for such a special occasion.

Via: Oh So Beautiful Paper


Five Days of Felt: No. 2

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Photo by David Prince

Suzonne Stirling of Urban Comfort

Today is day two of Five Days of Felt here on T&T and this is by far one of my favorite felt projects I’ve ever seen! Thanks to Family Circle and Suzonne Stirling of Urban Comfort for sharing the tutorial and pattern for how to make these little woodland pine cones! I’m hoping to make loads of these over the holidays so fingers crossed I can find the time.



Five Days of Felt: No. 1

Monday, December 13th, 2010

The Five Days of Felt series was a big hit last year so I’ve decided to bring it back! I’ll be sharing some of my favorite felt crafts that I’ve spotted throughout the year and posting them every day this week.

The Purl Bee has some of my favorite felt crafts this season. Take this twisted felt garland for example! This would be stunning on a tree or draped over a mantel. I also love the idea of using these as party decor later in the year. Nothing beats adorable decorations that can be used again and again.

Get the complete instructions at the Purl Bee and learn how to make it into a necklace or even a bracelet. Have fun!