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DIY Felt Easter Egg
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!
DIY FELT EASTER EGG DECOR
White cardboard or posterboard
Felt in different Spring colors
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.
Step 2: Cut squares from the different colored felt. They do not have to be exactly the same size, but should be close.
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.
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.
Step 5: Fluff out the folds of the felt squares on your board and display.