Nap Time Crafts: Personalised Birthday Rosette

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It’s my lovely Little Button Diaries’ partner Tia’s birthday today! So as a little treat I thought I’d make her a personalised birthday rosette.

For this Nap Time Craft you will need:

  • Felt in 3 colours
  • Embroidery thread in 3 colours to match the felt
  • Needle
  • Rotary cutter or scissors
  • Self-adhesive badge backing
  • Fabric glue

birthday rosette

To begin, draw two circles of the same size on a piece of felt. This forms the centre of the rosette, so use a light colour so the stitching can be seen.

Sketch out your design on tracing paper. Pin the design to one of the felt circles. Then embroider your design. I used backstitch for the letters and then blanket stitch around the edge of the circle. Once you have completed the stitching, carefully tear off the tracing paper.

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To make the rosette ribbons cut ten strips of pink felt 1.5cm wide and 7cm long.

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Fold each strip in half and glue. Then glue the folded felt onto the edge of the back of the circle.

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Cut four longer strips of felt 1.5cm wide and 10cm long. I used two in pink and two in blue. Cut the bottom of each strip at an angle. Glue onto the bottom of the rosette at the back.

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Cut another circular piece of felt in a different colour and glue in place over the top rosette.

Finally, peel off the backing of the badge and stick it onto the back of the rosette.

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Happy Birthday dear Tia…..!

~ Laura xx ~

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3 thoughts on “Nap Time Crafts: Personalised Birthday Rosette

  1. I LOVE this! I made it for my eleven year old daughter and she said everyone at her school was really really impressed that it was homemade. Fabulous!

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