It’s poppy season! As the symbol of Remembrance Day, the poppy has significant and poignant meaning. And nestled in between Halloween and Christmas, this a great time to refresh and renew your home decor, a short break amidst the two biggest decorating holidays. Come November, a reusable felt poppy can help add a little reminder to be thankful for everything we have. You can use this versatile little flower in so many ways – pillows, in vases, on a canvas, in centerpieces, wreaths, and of course, you can wear them. Happy crafting and remember to donate to your local poppy fund.
What You’ll Need:
A black button
Embroidery thread in black
Hot glue gun and sticks
Take a scrap piece of paper and fold it in half. Draw half of a heart onto the paper, making the straight edge on the fold. Cut out the heart shape. Use the cut-out to trace the heart onto the red felt. Cut out the felt heart, you’ll need four hearts in total.
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