Scrappy Fall Felt Candle Mat.

7 Nov

This super easy candle mat is a great way to use up those fall colored felt scraps just add a pumpkin scented candle and it makes a great hostess gift this Thanksgiving.

Pattern for fall trees candle mat

You will need:

White felt 1/4 yard

Scraps of felt in fall colors

used here:

Gold Nugget

Fresh Cut Grass

Autumn Leaves

Beet

Courtyard

Hot Chocolate

Tomato Soup

Banana Cream Pie

coordinating thread

Brown embroidery thread

Step 1: 

Cut 2-  12″ circles from the white felt. Feel free to adjust this to whatever size suits your needs or make it really easy and just trace a plate. Set one circle aside.

Step 2:

Begin cutting random blobs from scraps of fall colored felts.  Place and pin at top, bottom and sides of one of your white felt circles. Try to make each “tree” a little different from the others.  Fill in the rest of the space and pin when the placement looks right.

Thanksgiving fall candle mat

Step 3:

Using brown embroidery thread create tree trunks and branches with a quick running stitch along each tree.Fall Tree Candle Mat craft tutorial

Step 4:

Once all the branches and trunks have been stitched begin stitching down your trees with coordinating thread.

Felt autumn project

Step 5: 

Once all the trees have been sewn into place, stack white felt circles together and trim any uneven edges before overcast stitching them together with white thread.

Felt hostess gift

Enjoy!

Check out our other fall themed felt crafts:

Super easy felt napkin rings 

fall garland

Fall Garland

Happy Crafting!

Andie

One Response to “Scrappy Fall Felt Candle Mat.”

  1. june November 9, 2012 at 12:15 pm #

    Great idea and tutorial. Thanks so much!

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