Start with folding the felt not quite in half. Next, pinch the bottom to make a petal shape and then glue in place. Keep repeating and attaching petals until your succulent is formed. Different shapes of felt will produce different styles of succulents.
Just so, how do you make a felt plant?
One may also ask, how do you make felt cactus?
- Step 1: Print, Trace, Cut. First, download the free cactus template for this project and print it out. …
- Step 2: Sew Your Cacti. Stack two wool felt pieces. …
- Step 3: Make Cacti Leaves. …
- Step 4: Fill Cacti. …
- Step 5: Finish and Display.
How do you make wool felt succulents?
Follow These Steps
- Gather materials.
- Trace and cut out paper according to pattern.
- Use marker to shade pieces as shown.
- Curl paper pieces with scissors.
- For “flower” succulent, glue and cross over tabs at base.
- Cut wire in about four-inch strips. …
- Glue and stack succulent pieces.
- Place foam in a vase or container.
Succulents need good draining soil. … The container you are planting in should have a drainage hole or you can put a layer of crushed rock on the bottom of your container before you put in your planting medium. Gravel or small pebbles spread on top of the soil can be very decorative.
Plant your largest succulent first before adding the smaller succulents one at a time out from the center. Carefully divide any small succulents like sedum to fill in the gaps or spill over the edge. Keep your beautiful DIY succulent centerpiece in a sunny spot.
Succulents grow best in a porous sandy potting soil, so amending your potting soil with sand is super important. You could use any type of sand, but to ensure fast drainage for succulents, I recommend buying a coarse sand rather than the really fine stuff.