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DIY Felt Easter Egg

Felt Easter Egg Kids Craft

I love good Easter crafts. And by good I mean something that is fun to make but looks really good as well. These felt eggs are absolutely adorable and honestly they could be modified for many different holidays. I could see Christmas trees, Valentine's Day hearts, St. Patrick's Day clovers and much more.

Check them out and let me know what you think!

Felt Easter Egg Craft

DIY FELT EASTER EGG DECOR

MATERIALS:

White cardboard or posterboard

Hot Glue

Felt in different Spring colors

Scissors

INSTRUCTIONS:

Step 1: Cut an Easter egg shape out of the white cardboard or posterboard. I traced the oval lid of our Crockpot to get the shape, but you can freehand it as well.

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Step 2: Cut squares from the different colored felt. They do not have to be exactly the same size, but should be close.

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Step 3: Beginning at the top of your cardboard egg, fold a square of felt in half and then in half again and hot glue it to the board by it's corner. You can also secure it with a drop of hot glue inside to hold the “petals” together.

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Step 4: Continue to hot glue the felt squares to the board in a pattern you are happy with until you have it completely covered.

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Step 5: Fluff out the folds of the felt squares on your board and display.

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  1. This looks so cute AND fun to make. I had to pin this one! (I’m imagining all the different colors we could make them in too!)

  2. Aww, cute! That looks like a craft I could handle. I can’t believe Easter is in two days. Eeeep! I better get to crafting! :))

  3. alicia k (Petite Pilates Pixie)

    i like the ruffled look of this egg

  4. The felt is like ruffles! I think this would be so fun to make.

  5. It almost looks like icing from far away. Delicious decor.

  6. Very cute. I agree you can do this for other holidays.

  7. This is so cute! I’m not super crafty at all, but I think maybe I could make this. I love the colors.

  8. SUPER cute, Stacie! I love felt projects!!

  9. That is super cute! It reminded me of elementary school when we would put tissue paper on the eraser end of our pencil with a dab of glue and then stuck it onto the paper/cardboard to get the same effect. The felt makes it so much prettier though!

  10. That’s super cute. I might actually be able to do that one. I’m not crafty AT ALL!

  11. ellen beck

    I like this on alot of levels- it’s somewhat like quilting (which I love) its easy, and it’s cute. I also like anything with felt, its so simple to work with.

  12. That is incredibly cute. I am one of those mama’s that doesn’t have a crafty bone in her body, but I would pay for one of these:)

  13. This is such a creative and beautiful idea! I love that! You’re so clever, love it! Hope you had a fabulous Easter 😉

  14. That is just too pretty! I love the colors that you chose!

  15. At first I didnt even know those were felt. They looked like frosting. What an adorable craft.

  16. Anna Pry

    I think this would be about the right difficulty for my daughter to do, maybe for next Easter

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