DIY Felt Flower Garland + Cut N Boss Giveaway

Disclosure: This post is brought to you by Create & Craft. As always, all opinions are 100% my own!

Cutting felt has been like my holy grail in the crafting world! I have tried and tried to find a good tool that can die cut felt well and constantly well. And my friends, I have found it! I’ll share all about it in a minute, but first, check out this ADORABLE felt flower garland wall decor I made for my little girl’s bedroom!! I totally love it!

Felt Flower Garland

Pretty Felt Flower Garland with Personalized name frame

Sadly, I haven’t done much in her bedroom yet, so this is a great start! I love the pinks and purples with the gold vinyl. The sewn layered felt flowers offer fabulous texture! Mix that texture with shiny gold vinyl and its a match made in heaven!

I had a ton of fun whipping this up. And it was incredibly easy! I used the new Cut N Boss tool to cut the felt and I loved it! The Cut N Boss was so easy to cut felt with and it did the cleanest cut on felt I’ve ever seen with a personal die cutting tool. It was seriously impressive. There were no strings or anything. Completely clean-cut flowers and leaves. AND I didn’t have to crank anything! Yep, the Cut N Boss is fully automated. How cool is that??

Felt Flower banner || Article shares a create tool that cuts felt cleanly.

See how crisp the edges of the felt are? Unbelievable! Felt is a great way to test how well a die cutter works, and the Cut N Boss passed with flying colors. The Cut N Boss is compatible with other brand dies and embossing folders.

How to Make Felt Flower Garland

Cut N Boss die cutting tool review || It cuts felt!!!


  • Cut N Boss tool
  • Pink, Purple, and Green Felt {I used wool felt, but polyester felt cuts fine too}
  • AccuQuilt Go Flower Die
  • Sewing Machine
  • Thread
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • 12″ x 24″ Frame
  • Gold Vinyl Decal

CutNBoss automated die cutting tool || review on this new crafting tool

1. Cut 2 complete flowers in each of the 3 pink and purple colors and 8 leaves in green felt. To do this, sandwich your felt and die cut according to Cut N Boss* users manual.

*The Cut N Boss is really easy to use! Simply plug it in, make your cutting platform and die cut sandwich, and then stick into the opening. It senses the load and starts running and when its done, the rollers turn off. I accidentally did a sandwich wrong, and it started running it through, but then stopped and kicked it back out. This machine is smart, I tell ya! It won’t turn if you put your hand in the opening. {yes, I tried it!} So they have built in safety guards, but still be careful and do not allow pets or kids to use the Cut N Boss without unsupervised. 

Sewn Felt bunting tutorial

2. Stack up your felt flowers {my 6yo had fun helping me with this part!} and then stitch across using pink or purple thread.

How to Make Felt Flower Banner Garland || Perfect for parties, decor, crafting, etc

3. Hot glue leaves to the flowers. Then I hot glued the ends of the threads to the frame and hung on the wall.

4. Apply gold vinyl decal where you want it and you have the cutest personalized wall decor for your little cutie!

Love this cute DIY name decoration for a kids room! Could change flowers to soccer balls or something for boys.

This could be done with basketballs, soccer balls, animals, etc. Very versatile and fun!

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Cut N Boss Giveaway


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How to Make Felt Flower garland banner + tips and tricks. || includes a giveaway for a Cut N Boss die cutting tool!

Thanks for stopping by today! What do you think of the Cut N Boss? What would you make with it?

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Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When I'm not DIYing something, I can be found taxiing around our 4 crazy kids or working out. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 2

    That garland is gorgeous! You did an amazing job!


  2. 3
    barbara macaskill

    WOW! WOW! WOW! WOW! WOW! LOVE Create and Craft!! I am a frequent flyer on their site and love the variety of products that they offer and the prices are reasonable!!! Flexi-pay is an awesome feature to their site!!!
    I would make cards, party and home décor, mixed media projects, appliques for shirts, mini books and albums and so many other things if I was lucky enough to win this awesome machine that I have been drooling over for months now! I lost the use of three fingers a couple years ago and this machine would make die cutting SO much easier!! Thanks to you and C&C for the chance to own this amazing machine!

  3. 4

    I HAVE to make this adorable little thing. Thanks for sharing! xoxo

    1. 4.1

      Thanks for stopping by, Allie!

  4. 5

    Amazing creations……It is a great pleasure to experience your unique abilities..

  5. 6

    These are beautiful! My little girls room could do with one of those! And my own!
    And love that your 6 year old helps too!

  6. 7

    This is gorgeous! So simple but so effective! Would look brilliant in my daughters room! Do you think butterflies would work?