I started with a wooden H that is about 18" tall. It is only about 1/2" thick though. I thought I wanted it thicker, but I couldn't find the height I wanted in a thicker version. Overall, I am very pleased with it and realize now that the thicker version would not have turned out so versatile for me. I used about 1 1/2 rolls of twine and lots of hot glue. So make sure you have lots of glue sticks on hand when you start.
Once the twine was done, I knew it needed some flowers. You can find all sorts of felt at the local craft store. It ranges from $0.25 - $1.00 a sheet depending on the thickness and if you wanted a pattern and glitter. I chose the cheap stuff. I folded the cream felt in half and put it over my Fun Flowers Die and ran it through the Big Shot doubled up. Then I layered all the pieces for the look I wanted on the cream flower. I used hot glue to attach the layers and the flower to the H as well.
The green flower is 2 long strips of felt cut about 2" x 5". Fold it in half and then snip down the folded side leaving a half inch on the other side. Then just roll it up using hot glue to secure it as you go.
For the gray flower I cut square 12 squares of the felt just larger than the second largest flower on the die and cut 3 at a time with the Big Shot. Then I cut a 2" circle out of the felt for the backing. Fold each flower in quarters and hot glue it to the circle starting with the outside first and working your way in.
I am pretty pleased with it and people love it too. Most people on Pinterest were using them as wreaths on their front doors, but I have mine sitting on a shelf in my family room. Please do not be fooled by the easiness (is that a word?) of this project. It was SUPER easy, but it is time consuming to wrap all that twine. It took me about 4 hours, but I am pretty particular on how the finished product looks...so the OCD takes longer for most things. :)