How to Make Felt SucculentsKeri hosts “shaken together” blogs out of Winter Park, Florida and has many cool DIYs for us to recreate.  Keri is a wife and momma to two boys.  Keri’s Grandma’s front porch in Ohio is the reason she loves hens and chickens!  Grandma had a big terra cotta pot with holes in it that she tucked the cute little succulents in.  Keri just loved the waxy green leaves of the “hens” and the baby “chicks” that would grow to eventually spill out of the pot.  Unfortunately Keri has not got a green thumb but decided she wanted Hens and Chickens so she made these felt succulents that will definitely survive through the spring. The soft leaves of her felt succulents just make her smile. Okay, on with Keri’s tutorial.  As you can see from her picture her “Felt Succulents” are charming and look very real.  She does not have templates but talks you through the entire creative process.  Thanks Keri, I love your Felt Succulents and I do have a pot of real ones outside and hope they made it through this Ohio winter that is still on us.

By Linda Lanese


3 Comments so far

  1. keri @ shaken together on February 22, 2014 4:10 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing my felt succulents! They hold a special little place in my heart :)

  2. Linda Lanese on February 23, 2014 9:46 am

    You are very welcome and I do love your Succulents and if mine are winter dead I will make your :)

  3. Linda Lanese on February 23, 2014 2:44 pm

    They are amazing and I will make some if our bad winter kills mine outside :) These would make lovely mother’s Day gifts.

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