The first thing you want to do is gather your supplies: colored felt, hot glue, fabric scissors, a button for the center, a clip for the back, and two circle templates. To make my circle templates, I used my 3" circle punch and my 2" circle punch and used card stock so they would be easy to manipulate. You could use any size really, as long as one of the circles is larger than the other.
I also grabbed an old magazine to catch any glue spills. Once you have your supplies, you want to cut out six of your larger circles and one smaller circle.
Take one of the larger circles and fold it in half.
Take the right side and fold it over so it touches the middle of the half circle.
Looking down from the top, it should look like an S.
Put a dab of glue on the tip of the triangle and attach it to the center of the smaller circle. You might also want to put a tiny bit of glue in between your folds so the petals stay together.
Repeat the folding for each of the large circles, gluing each one to the center. Make sure the triangles are as close together as possible.
Take your button, or whatever you want to put in the center of your flower, cover the back in hot glue and attach it to the center of the flower.
Once you have the button glued on, you can gently pull up the flower "petals" so they are nice and fluffy. Then attach your clip to the back of the flower.
Once you get in the rhythm of these babies, you can crank them out pretty quickly. And, you can use them for so many things, hair pins, bag decor, the sky is the limit! Here's the finished product one more time: