DIY: felt brooch

DIY: brooch

The brooch is quite old decoration. The earliest known brooches belong to the Bronze Age. In fashion wear brooches introduced Madame de Sevigne in the XVII century. This thing has become a popular accessory among French fashionistas at the time. Over time, design and materials  for brooches, have changed. Now brooches do not just metal but of plastic, fabric, wood.

Felt Brooch can be a unique Mom for Mother’s Day gift. This brooch can be decorated with kids clothing.


Cut a circle of diameter 1.5 inches, which will serve as the  brooch basis. Cut the flowers  of colored felt.


Sew flowers to the  brooch base.


Glue the finished brooch on the brooch pin (available in the beading section of craft stores).


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