Felt Flowers #DIY – How to Make Wijayakusuma Felt Flower – Felt Queen of The Night Cactus


Hi! Welcome to S Nuraeni channel. Channel that offers a variety of attractive felt flower tutorials. That you can practice. Don’t go anywhere. Stay tune. If you find it useful. Please support! By clicking the SUBSCRIBE button below. And activated the notification bell so you will not miss the other attractive felt flower tutorials. How to make wijayakusuma felt flowers. Ok, let’s start… Cut without break. Then cut it tilted. And twist like this. Give glue evenly. And roll the felt fabric. Give glue at the top. Then bend it. Like this. And give color with yellow crayon. Cut without break. Then twist. Give glue. And roll. And trim the bottom. Cut each corner. Fold it into two. Then cut without break. And divide into 8 parts. Cut each corner. To form the patals of wijayakusuma felt flower. Give glue. And stick the petals. By giving a space of 1 petal when attaching it. Then attach the other petals between the previous petals. Pull a little and make it curve upwards. Do the same thing with the other petals. This is the same way as before. The size is 15 x 15 cm. Give glue. Then stick it. With the same way as the previous petals. Attach between the petals. Same. Put the petals slightly and make the curve upwards like the previous step. Wrap the tissue to the wire. Cut it. With this kind of shape. Pull a little and make it curve upwards. Make 3 petals. Give glue. And stick it between the petals. Cut it like the previous step. Color with peach crayon. Evenly on the surface of the felt fabric. Draw red color using crayon slightly. Pull a little and make it curve upwards. Give glue. And stick it one by one. Between the petals. This piece of felt measures 0,5 cm wide. The lenght adjusts to the needs only. And it has been colored with crayons. Then wrap it to the stem. Done. Thank you for watching. See you later in another tutorial. Don’t forget to like, comment, share, and SUBSCRIBE…

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