Back with a pop!

I’ve been on my hols (I’ll be boring you with the photos very soon I am sure), and my blog has been a little bit neglected… the good news is that I am going to brighten it up with a pop of colour (and a prize!) for you. Nicole from Cloud Craft on Etsy has asked me to host a lovely giveaway for her, and as the felt she stocks is great quality stuff, I was really happy to agree.  Isn’t this bundle – called Colour Pop of course, absolutely gorgeous?

colourful felt from cloud craft

Even though the colours are bright and strong, the felt is certified toxin-free. It also meets European toy standards and carries the ‘pure new wool’ mark. Like I said – it’s great quality. One of the things I really like about Nicole’s shop is that there is the opportunity to buy sheets of felt in a variety of different sizes. There’s also a wide range of colours to choose from, as well as some brilliant bundles, if you just can’t decide…. Definitely a great place to go for your felt supplies.

The Colour Pop bundle (ten 8″x8″ pieces of felt) is the giveaway prize…. here’s another picture, to tempt you!

100 Percent Wool Felt Squares - 10 pieces, 20x20cm (8"x8") - 'Colour Pop' colour range

The Rules

You have 2 opportunities to win:
1) Leave a comment on this blog post and let me (and Nicole!) know what you would make with the felt if you were the lucky winner.
2) Like Cloud Craft on Facebook and leave a second comment (here on the blog post) to say that you have done so. If you are already a Facebook follower, leave a comment to say so and tell us about it. No second comment, no second entry, remember!

The competition is open to anyone, anywhere!

The giveaway will run until around Monday 20th May (I will do the draw sometime in the afternoon, so get your entries in before lunch, GMT), and I will announce the winner next Monday evening.

Good luck everyone! 

138 thoughts on “Back with a pop!

  1. What gorgeous colours of felt! I would make flowers to embellish my hand made cards and gift tags.

  2. With such a nice rainbow of colours you could make all sorts of things – felt flowers for one. I would also like to include them with quilting fabric in some pencil cases for my nephews for extra texture.

  3. Fabulous colours! I have been looking at wool felt for needlebooks for sometime. I would also love to have a go at making felt flowers and perhaps use them on headbands for my great-nieces.

  4. Wow! Just discovered and ordered some of this beautiful felt. Would love some more for our handmade dollys hair. X

  5. I run kids arts and craft classes so would love to give them a beautiful selection of felt to make toys with. It’s hard to find nice felt so I’ll be looking on Cloud Craft’s website in case I don’t win!

  6. My son would like a acorn making for his new squirrel teddy, so maybe the orange and pale peach would be a nice combo to bring out the sun, instead of autumn browns 😉

  7. I would make some super bunting to decorate my craft stall and get people looking at my other wares!

  8. wow , what a great giveaway, ive recently started a sewing course and want to learn everything lol….. the felt would be great to use on my course…. i love felties they are so cute and so many gorgeous patterns out there…… good luck everyone thanx again for the chance to win……. havealso like cloud craft etsy . take care and have lots of crafty giggles.x

  9. I love to add little felt accents to my crochet creations, so I might do that . . . but I have a feeling I’ll be making something for myself if I win this lovely felt. . . like a flowered headband!

  10. oh lovely and so many things to use it for, inside of needle cases, appliques but this I would love to have to play with my g/daughter poppy. I already follow you on facebook and will share your neat giveaway.

  11. Love these rainbow colours! I’d probably make some gorgeous felt flowers to combine into a brooch or to use on a sunshine filled summer wreath!

  12. Liked on FB, thank you didn’t know about you before, thank you….I am just designing some new cushions, and think these colors have kicked started a great idea, if I win or not I will be using the idea!

  13. Hiya! Lovely bundle 🙂 I’ve just started making felt brooches and this would be perfect. Flowers, birds & butterflies.

  14. I love working with felt and these colours look fantastic 🙂 I think I could make lots of different things, but top of my list at the moment is a cover for my new tablet! I love marine mammals so if I get my hands on all of those gorgeous blues and greens it will definitely have an ocean theme 🙂

  15. I would love to sew a variety of Christmas 2013 tree decorations with these super colours………………..exciting

  16. Wow what gorgeous colours! I can imagine these as little door hangers with beaded details or cute applique bunting!

  17. Those colours are gorgeous!! I would use them to make an i-phone cover and a little owls for my daughters! Thanks for such a generous giveaway, Pati x

  18. Oh wow, what stunning colours! I would definitely use these in the ATC swap! They would look fantastic! I am also looking into getting a die cutter so I would probably use it to make some pretty embellishments for the ATCs or other stitching projects.

  19. It would be difficult to decide on just a few things but I think I would use the felt for brooches and to try some applique.
    Teresa x

  20. I’m looking for some nice felt for the insides of a needlebook so this would be perfect. I also like making little tree decorations so I think these would be great for that too.

  21. I have two lovely projects in mind. To make some flamingos as gifts, as they are the bird most associated with our beautiful city of Montpellier, France, and then some cute koala’s as a gift for my daughter who is living in Sydney – perfect!

  22. Love the woollyness! I think I’d make some colourful butterfly & flower brooches and hair clips to start…

  23. Have liked Cloud Craft on Facebook. Love discovering new pages and artists. So many talented people out there 🙂

  24. How gorgeous are these colours. I would use them to make a spring time garland of creatures with the help of my girls 🙂

  25. Already a facebook member, id love to make some cute felt keyring purses with these! Gorgeous colours!

  26. What a lovely give away . If I were to win I would love to make some felties. Especially cute rabbits. kind regards jojo

  27. I am just starting to craft and I would love to make a pretty applique picture for my daughter – the colours are so striking !

  28. Love these colors! They’ll be perfect for a mobile to my friend’s new baby girl…
    Thank you!

  29. Ooh – I can see multicoloured flower badges embellished with ribbons, braid and crystals – brighten up any outfit x

  30. With our crazy springtime weather yesterday we got to see quite a few rainbows and my 2 1/2 year old daughter loved them. This morning we’ve woken up to grey clouds but Lily was looking out of the window asking me again and again to bring the rainbows back.
    I’d use the lovely colours of the felt to make her a rainbow so we can have one everyday (and hopefully at some point we’ll get some real, dry sunshine outside too!)

  31. ahhh… these are such lovely colors.. I’m going to make cute (kawaii) animal felties with them..I’ve already liked Cloud Craft on FB..
    cheers, Angela aka *Wisher*

  32. I just bought a book with applique projects using the wool felt, so I am very anxious to give it a try. These would be so fun to work with!

  33. Such beautiful colours. I would use it to make some little needle books for friends. Thanks 🙂

  34. These are so lovely! I usually keep felt around to add to other projects, so these might end up being part of a softie!

  35. I wouldn’t get a look-in if i won this felt my daughter would immediately purloin it and promptly make flowers hearts and everything else bright and girlie with it!

  36. Oh yum yum!! I would love to make a stuffed Zakka Bear and a stuffed Scottie dog. I love felt 🙂 Fab giveaway!

  37. Lovely felt! I would make some felt hair clips to hopefully sell and make some money for the special school that I support.

  38. I think I would use it in a project we are doing for my children’s school – we’re making an interactive version of The Little Red Hen and I want to do my pages with fabric.

  39. I would definitely have to make some felt play food.
    I went through a phase of making something every night a few years ago and I know my little birthday boy (3 tomorrow) would love some felt food.
    My favourite was my felt broccoli but the mushroom was also pretty awesome.
    Thanks for the chance to win a great prize.

  40. Lovely colours, I would use it on the teddies I make for Aquabox, which provides clean water and essentials items to families in urgent need worldwide.

  41. Gorgeous colours of felt, I would use it to make felt flowers and to applique felt houses onto door stops and any scraps left over I would confetti applique with them.

  42. Nice to see you popping back. This is gorgeous felt, i really like the aqua tones in it. i would use it to make some toadstool pincushions. Thanks for a fun giveaway.

  43. Definitely back with a pop! I think I’d make some little dinosaurs for boy and maybe something sewing related for me; probably a needle book or some such.
    Can’t wait to hear more about your holiday!

  44. I have been asked to do a little craft group at work – with mums who need a little bit support. not that I’m panicking or anything never having done anything other than wee gifts for family but this would be great to make keyrings or similar out of, and anything left with the kids to make animals or faces out of. x

  45. Ooh hello – must have known you were back, just ordered the Liberty I need to finish my Retreat partner’s name tag – anyway I digress!
    Lovely felt, I think I would make some brooches and some fancy needle books xxx

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