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Easy Laser Cut Rolled Felt Flowers Home Decor Project

If you want to learn how to use your laser cutting machine to cut felt, then look no further! I’ll show you how to make the most of your laser cutting machine's capabilities and make sure you get on the right path fast.

 

First you will want to open your saved SVG. I prepared my SVG in Silhouette Studio Business Edition which is easy to design in and easy to save SVGs. 

For this project I used 3 different products all included in the January 2023 SVG and Font Bundle! I love how versatile this bundle is and at 92% off, it's a steal! 

Next, you will cut out the vase. I used 1/8" Baltic Birch with 3M tape on the back. I used Speed: 180 with full power. (You can paint this wooden cutout if you would like).

Then you will want to pin down your felt. It is very important you check that the felt you are using is laser safe as some felts can contain chemicals that are not good for you or your machine. I use a wool-rayon mix and cut at a speed of 300 and 40% power.

After you are done cutting out a variety of colors and rolled flower shapes it is time to start rolling them. You will want to start from the outside of the cut and roll towards the center circle.

Once you get to the center of the circle you will add a bit of hot glue and adhere the end circle of the design to the base of the flower.Next, place the vase towards the bottom of the backing board and stick it down in place.Then, you will want to arrange the flowers on the top of the vase mixing in some greenery. I use hot glue to put the rolled flowers into place.At this point if you would like you can add some personalization. I used the font Heartsound from the January 2023 SVG and Font Bundle to add a g.

 Now you have the basic knowledge to cut felt and create this beautiful home decor piece- all with the help of a little laser magic!

Don't forget to to grab the January 2023 SVG and Font Bundle and make your very own rolled felt flower vase art piece with your laser machine!

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