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Mini Felt Succulent Trio DIY

This mini felt succulent trio takes just a few supplies from the craft store and creates mini succulents perfectly sized for a tiered tray.

It’s easy to bring a little bit of the outdoors inside with this Mini Felt Succulent Trio. There is just something about the mini version of a project that just makes it all the more adorable.

I haven’t been a huge succulent fan in the past, but this year I’ve changed my mind a little. I’ve created a few pieces that I love AND I’ve even been able to keep some succulents alive! That is HUGE for me.

Here’s what you need to create your own Mini Felt Succulent Trio:

Gather all supplies.

Remove labels from flowerpots and felt sheets.  Download, print and cut out FELT SUCCULENT PATTERNS.  If making more than one set, trace onto chipboard and cut out with scissors.

Trace each set of succulent shapes onto one of the colors of felt with a permanent marker according to the instructions on the pattern sheet.

Place a small line of hot glue in the center of one of the smallest succulent petals.  Fold the petal in half, at an angle, and pinch to secure.  Add a few dots of hot glue to the folded edge and roll to create the center of the succulent.

Place a small line of hot glue in the center of the rest of the smallest succulent petals.  Fold the petals in half, at an angle, and pinch to secure.  Add a few dots of hot glue along the folded edge and layer onto the center of the succulent.

Continue to glue the rest of the medium and large succulent petals in half, at an angle.  Add the folded succulent petals to the base in a circular pattern.  Follow the petal counts on the pattern sheet for each of the three succulents. 

Plant in mini terra cotta flowerpots.

Trace, cut and assemble these quick and easy succulents in just about 30 minutes.

Your family and friends will never know how quick and easy these trendy succulents were to create!

This project is DEFINITELY one you’re going to want to PIN for later!

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