Beginning Crafting with Felt: Make Your Own Birthday Candles

Lauren Cooke, Ever Curious. Occasionally Corny.

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8 Videos (27m)
    • Introduction

    • What You'll Need

    • Wool vs. Synthetic

    • Creating a Template: Freezer Paper Technique

    • Cutting Felt

    • Adhesives and Felt

    • Bonus: Embellishments!

    • Wrap-Up


About This Class

Explore the beginnings of crafting and cutting with felt. Learn the ins and outs of creating templates, practice cutting simple shapes in felt, and adding embellishments. This class is perfect for anyone wanting to do a fun, simple project with the kids on a rainy day. No prior crafting experience is required! By the end of this class, you'll have everything you need to make your next photoshoot or birthday party extra special!

7 of 7 students recommendSee All

Great class, entertaining, detailed, and easy to follow.
Easy to do, and Lauren was very funny!
Easy to follow and easy fun little craft with felt. Great Presentation!





Lauren Cooke

Ever Curious. Occasionally Corny.

Aside from my work, I don't like taking myself too seriously. I enjoy cuddles, and making silly noises and ridiculous faces. I love turning anything not a game into a game. If there's a good beat, you will most certainly find me dancing, no matter the setting. 

My brand, Little Skunk Co, started out by creating handmade, personalized goods for weddings, beginning with my own, which you can check out here & here. Inspired by inside jokes and favorite sayings, we began with hand-cut felt pennant flags, hand-embroidered cake toppers, and whimsical signage. Now in 2016, Little Skunk has grown to offer screen-printed home and kids decor, with pillows, wall banners, and more available alongside our event goods. All of our goods are made with thoughtful decision and quality materials, and we promise to always remain playful and young-at-heart with every decision we make. We want everyone to be able to treasure their Little Skunk Co. product for years to come.

Check out the shop, Little Skunk Co.

See my work, here.