INSIDE : Download your free Geometric Deer Head Printable page now and then learn how to add a few felt flowers to it. The perfect fall decor for your home.
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This post has been updated since it’s original October 2014 publish date.
Fall is finally here in NM and I’m ready to wear my boots and eat soup everyday until Christmas time. I also like cozying my house up a bit once there is a chill in the air and I made this fun Geometric Deer Antler Printable and hung it on my dining room clipboard gallery wall.
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What supplies do I need to make a Deer Antler print?
My supplies for this Stag Head printable project were quite simple.
- Printable (download yours at the bottom of this post. It’s available in portrait or landscape.)
- Felt (Cream, White and Green)
- Sewing Scissors
- Hot Glue
How to make mini felt flowers
The felt flowers needed to fit this printable proportionately, so I made them smaller than what you might typically make, mini flowers for the win.
I cut rough 3″x4″ rectangles out of the felt and then cut them into a spiral shape (see below).
Then, starting in the center of the spiral, wind the felt onto itself, adding hot glue as necessary to secure.
After all the flowers were completed, I added a few green leaves and glued them onto the deer’s head.
How to make a modern Deer Printable
I love the combination of the soft flowers and the hard geometric pattern of the deer. It’s my perfect mix of organic and modern.
Geometric Deer Print
The portrait styled Geometric Deer print fits in so nicely with my clipboard wall in our dining room.
These Geometric Deer Antler prints are available to download in portrait or landscape, colored or black and white!
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