Lovely Felted Cards & Gifts!!

 ~ Felting Inspirations, Tutorials & Just Plain FUN!
We have a new theme for sharing and inspiring each week!

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We post images on this theme all week both on the blog and  facebook.

Join the fun, share yours on facebook…and send us your best pics for upcoming themes to submissions  @ livingfelt  DOTcom   Always a chance to win free felting supplies from http://www.LivingFelt.com

See Our Submission Guidelines

Felting Themes: 

 04/11/2015
Felted Gifts & Cards
04/18/2015
Mother Earth, Eco-Friendly
04/25/2015
Felted Flowers
 05/02/2015  Felted Jewelry & Accessories

Adorable Needle Felted Pie Pin Cushions!

Needle Felted Pies are Pin Cushions by Tessa Bold on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Tessa Bold is an artist who recently discovered needle felting…and she makes such wonderful creations!

Recently she heard we were teaching a free class at our local guild for needle felting pin cushions, so
she gave us these needle felted pies / pin cushions to share as inspirational models :)

What a lovely thing to do, right? They are needle felted with Living Felt CW-1 Core Wool,
and MC-1 Batting, aka felting batts.
 

Needle Felted Mushroom Pin Cushion by Tessa Bold on www.livingfelt.com/blog

This needle felted mushroom pin cushion she gave to us as a gift also. (then she learned of
our glass and gifted us the pies…she has such a sweet spirit!) These pots inspired us to put our
felted fairy garden pin cushions in flower pots also. Its so great how that chain reaction happens!

Tessa does not have an online presence yet..but we’ll share it when she does!

Rich and Beautiful Greeting Cards from Hand Made Felt

Hand Made Felt by Lizzie Tucker on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Lizzie Tucker is a long time mosaic artist who discovered felting. She makes wonderful works of felted art and then
uses the images on her greeting cards.

Hand Made Felt by Lizzie Tucker on www.livingfelt.com/blog

We love how she accentuates and rather abstract cluster of flowers with machine stitching.
Hand embroidery works well on this type of project also.

Hand Made Felt by Lizzie Tucker on www.livingfelt.com/blog
A sweet fairy in the garden … a felted work of art becomes a card you can share many times over.

NC-LIZZIE-TUCKER-CARD4 Hand Made Felt by Lizzie Tucker on www.livingfelt.com/blog

A wonderful use of ribbons, novelty yarns and beads accentuates this felted picture.

See More and buy from her etsy shop:
SerenadeInFelt

Artful Felted Pot Holders & Cup Warmers

Felted Pot Holders by Terts Al on www.livingfelt.com/blog

This week we are all about felted gifts and cards. We love these felted pot holder and cup warmers by Ters Al in Estonia.

Felted Pot Holders by Terts Al on www.livingfelt.com/blog

“I love knitting, crocheting and my little passion is felting. I love to make jewelry also, especially earrings. I love cooking and my children love my cupcakes :)”

NC-TERTSDESIGN-COOZY2 Felted Cup Warmers by Terts Al on www.livingfelt.com/blog

See More and shop with Terts in her etsy store:
Tertsdesign

Felted Day of The Dead Cat – Dia Del Muerto

Needle Felted Dia Del Muerto Cat by Kelly Corso on www.livingfelt.com/blog

We went crazy over this felted cat by Kelly Corso!

“This is a Day of the Dead cat I made using LF’s core wool and MC1 colors.
She is about 12″ tall. I am a total cat lover! Thanks for always inspiring me!”

~ Kelly Corso, Lucie, Florida

You can see and buy more great felted works from Kelly in her etsy shop:

Bird In a Tree Creations

Needle Felted Octopus Like You’ve Never Seen!

Michele White Needle Felted Octopus on www.livingfelt.com/blog

This really rocked our fb page! Perfect for OOAK-Whimsical Week!

“This was my most whimsical and creative project lately!
Meet Miss Jules Octavia. She is 100% steampunk and full of life!
with her tentacles spread – she is over 2 foot wide
Hand felted using Living Felt’s fine Merino top in Lilac. Her legs were created using
a wire armature twisted in the center and carefully felted to the underside of her head.
I used Merino top in Plum to create her hat – with a black rim
(both stiffened with commercial fabric stiffener).

Her tentacles had 3 sizes of metal snaps running along the underside to mimic suckers
(but keeping in her Steampunk theme)
Her eyes are acrylic full round doll eyes in Violet.

She is embellished with a variety of items ~ some vintage watch pieces,- paper and silk flowers, gears, a
nd keys (the majority of which are seen on her right side – which are not shown in this picture)
Thank you Living Felt for having just the fiber and needles I needed to let my imagination run wild!”

– Michele White, Bristow, Oklahoma