Felt Rosette Wreath Tutorial

Hiya! I wanted to share a quick tutorial with you today. These gorgeous Felt Rosette Wreaths have been all over blogland. I found some great examples here, here and here. Now for my take:
I created this one to hang on our front door this summer. Our flower pots usually overflow with purple lobelia and yellow daisies.
Okay, so to start you want to pick up a wreath form {I used a wicker wreath}, 15-20 sheets of felt material and a glue gun with lots of glue.
Now cut your sheets of felt into circles. You want 2-3 different sized circles. I cut some of my felt sheets into four circles and some into six.
 Cut all of your circles into this spiral shape. Leave a little circle in the centre to glue to the bottom of your rosette. Tip: work in an assembly line fashion. First cut all of your circle shapes, then cut all of your spiral shapes.

 Start rolling your felt, beginning with the pointy end.  Keep rolling.
Glue the small circle to the bottom of the rosette.

One down. A billion to go. After three or four hours of TV watching, combined with rosette making, comes the best part. Gluing all of your lovely rosettes to your wreath and…

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