“Felt Balls? What do you use them for then ?”
That’s what I hear every time someone asks me what our most popular product is. And if you’re a little unsure what you can use felt balls for, then here are our top 10 favorite uses for them.
Think bobble bracelets on beading elastic (perfect for kids) or combine them with buttons and string them onto our waxed cotton cord to create a more sophisticated look for grown-ups
String different-sized felt balls and felt butterfly, flower, and bird die cuts from a large embroidery hoop to create a fun mobile
Thread 49 felt balls in whatever pattern you like, to create a cool drinks coaster.
Felt balls are easily glued to flat pad earrings. Either cut them in half or use a whole felt ball for each stud
We’ve had lots of Brides contact us over the past year enquiring about custom mixes of felt balls to be used to make buttonholes for their guests. It makes me want to get married again!
Mini Wreath Decorations
Thread 6 felt balls onto the beading wire and finish off with a ribbon to create a hanging loop. These miniature wreaths make fantastic Christmas tree decorations
Collect empty acorn cups and glue a colorful felt ball into each one. Display them in a large dish or bowl, sit back, and enjoy all the fab compliments you’ll receive from friends and family
String ivory-colored felt balls onto the waxed cotton cord to create a sophisticated garland to hang on your Christmas tree
String some different colored felt balls together, use a couple of beads for eyes and antennae, and attach a brooch pin to the back
My favorite use for felt balls it to use them to create a funky chandelier. Use an old lampshade frame, and wrap it in either felt string or ribbon to cover the framework. Create lots of different lengths of garlands using a mixture of different-sized felt balls and drape them around the frame, ensuring you leave lots of dangly bits!!!