Felt Flower Tiaras (Children’s Craft Activity)

While waiting at the cut counter one afternoon, I peeked over the clerks’ shoulders to see which sewing book they were oohing and ahhing over.  Couldn’t catch the book title, but I did see some super cute tiaras made from flowers and pipe cleaners.  So, I packaged up a little felt flower tiara kit for Olivia for Christmas. 
I pre-cut a bazillion flowers from felt using my Sizzix and this die.  You could certainly cut the flowers by hand, but I’m not so good at the art of freehand. 
Then I made two parallel slits in the center of each flower and tucked them all in a clear little bag with a tie of ribbon at the top.  Another bow of ribbon around a stack of pipe cleaners and a cute little packet of folded ribbon completed the kit.  So Simple!  I packaged the tiara kit with this flower garden board game by eeBoo.    
Liv pulled out the kit on a rainy Valentine’s Day and made her daddy the prettiest tiara!  And he loved it so much he was still wearing it long after the girls were sound asleep in bed.  I think you should put together a little kit for your girls, too!  Their daddies can thank the ladies at the cut counter…and the unknown author of that book.
We’re hoping for a rare layer of snow around here…crossing my fingers!  I know many of you actually live day-to-day throughout the winter with snow, but for us it would be a real treat!!  Unless we lose power, ’cause that wouldn’t be nearly as much fun. 



  1. Cole's Corner says:

    What a great idea!
    I think I’ll have to make some of those for my girls!

  2. FancieStrands says:

    Adorable! I have never thought of using pipe cleaners. You are a clever girl. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Spider Girl (Ana M.) says:

    Wow these are so much cute!

  4. Brooke Douglass says:
  5. Oh, my goodness, these are cuuuute. I’m always looking for inexpensive and easy things to give to the kids at the pediatric office where I work, and these certainly fit the bill! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Such a cute idea! If I had a little niece I would be making her a kit for sure! Actually I just make one for myself!

  7. Shari @For the Little Doll In Your Life says:

    Thank you SO much for your post. First, I can think of so many uses for this craft: fairy dress up, renaissance faires, May Day celebration at school. Second, I have a Cuttlebug die cut machine (same type), and I had no idea you could use them to cut fabric!! I’m so excited about the possibilities. Does it dull the die quickly (especially with felt)?

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