This is a tutorial for an easy no-sew felt daffodil that you simply just cut and glue together.
Some flowers are just better suited for certain materials and the daffodil I feel like is one of them.
I altered my paper daffodil template slightly to adjust it for a felt daffodil and I think the results are even better.
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Materials for Felt Daffodil
Felt – If you are making this with a cutting machine, I would recommend a stiffer felt if you are trying to cut this with a blade. If you have a Cricut Maker can use the rotary blade, then any felt works.
Glue – I like to use a glue gun for this project
Template – This felt daffodil template is available for free in both SVG and printable formats in my resource library.
How to make felt daffodils
Step 1: Cutout the templates
Step 2: Pinch and glue the petals
Starting with the 3 petal layers, add a tiny dab of glue at the base of each petal. Pinch and hold until the glue is dry.
Step 3: Glue the stamen petals together
Overlap the petals of the centerpiece ever so slightly and glue together.
Step 4: Glue all the layers on top of each other
Stack all the layers together and glue in between. Try to overlap the petals.