Fabric succulents decor is fun and easy to make! This is a sponsored post with Fairfield World.
This fabric succulents decor is a cute way to create inexpensive table decor for a summer party. You could stamp the fabric or use patterned fabric to create a piece that is quirky and unexpected, too. The soft stabilizer I used for the core of these plants provides structure while being easy to cut and sew through.
Supplies Used to Make Fabric Succulents Decor: (affiliate links included)
- Fairfield Oly Fun Multipurpose Clover Material in shades of green
- Support Soft Foam Stabilizer
- Xyron Creative Station Lite
- Templates for plants
- Fabric Scissors
- Needle and strong thread
- Glass container
- Fairfield Poly-Pellets Weighted Stuffing Beads
Step one: Cut two pieces of Oly-Fun Fabric that are approximately 4 inches by 6 inches large. Cut a piece of Soften Stabilizer the same size.
Step two: Roll the fabric through the Creative Station Lite to turn the fabric pieces into what are basically big stickers.
Step three: Stick the Oly-Fun fabric on the front and the back of the stabilizer. Trace the air plant pieces fromt the template onto the fabric, and cut out the pieces.
Step four: Stack the pieces with the largest on the bottom and the smallest on top. Starting at the base, pull a needle and thread through the layers, then pull the needle and thread back through the stack from the top to the bottom. Pull the thread tightly. I went through a few times in an “x” pattern, as if I was sewing a button on.
Repeat steps 1-4 with different shades of green Oly-Fun fabric and with different shapes from the template. The link I’ve provided shows how to make four different succulents.
Step five: Fill a glass container with Poly-Pellets. They looks like pretty, shimmery white pebbles! Arrange the fabric air plants in the pellets.
This fabric succulents decor would make cute party centerpieces, especially for a summer themed party. This would also be a good summer kids craft to keep kids busy and making stuff instead of getting bored. Have fun crafting and creating! For more Oly-Fun ideas, click HERE.