Michael Ann of Michael Ann Made shared with us this cute little bunny felt craft. This could be a fun craft to do with your kids who want to learn to sew by enlarging the pattern a few percent on a copy machine, and using yarn and a yarn sewing needle to stitch it together. The full tutorial and pattern can be found here.
This craft requires adult’s supervision as the use of needle is needed.
Thank you Michael Ann for this lovely sharing.
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Craft sticks can be used to make beautiful decorative items. Today, let’s make an insect garden 🙂
Craft Stick Insect Garden
– You’ll need 8 craft sticks.
– Arrange them as shown above and glue to keep them in place.
Refer here for the ladybug instructions and here for the bee instructions.
– Cut some grass out of green felt and paste them all onto the craft sticks.
– Your masterpiece will definitely cheer up any dull looking wall 🙂
Our crafts are going green so don’t throw your egg carton away. Let’s make a cool cat today 🙂
Egg carton cat
Cut the egg carton individually as shown in the picture above.
Glue them together and paint.
Paint your fingertip white and stamp as the eyes
Cut two triangles from felt and paste as the ears
Decorate the cat as you wish
The egg carton cat is ready. Meow 😀
Trumpet please! We are making an elephant today 🙂
Draw a circle on a felt, any colour of your choice. Draw a line in the middle and cut so you will have two semi-circles.
Glue the semi-circles as the ears.
Cut a strip of paper and fold accordion style.
Click here to learn what is accordion fold.
Glue the strip of paper as the trunk.
Glue two googly eyes and you are done 🙂
It’s a wonder what our handprint can do. Today, we’ll transform our handprint into a hen 🙂
Paint your palm white and print onto coloured paper.
Using felt and foam, decorate the hen.
You are done 🙂
This Easter, let’s make a cute bunny out of an egg 🙂
Easter Egg Bunny
Use a double sided tape to keep the egg in place.
Cut two ears from felt and foam and glue them onto the egg.
Decorate the bunny as you wish and you'll have a cute centrepiece 🙂
Posted by Merryn | Posted in Crafts by Materials, Felt, What is | Posted on 17-02-2010 | 4,696 views
Felt is a non-woven cloth that is produced by matting, condensing and pressing woolen fibres. While some types of felt are very soft, some are tough enough to form construction materials. Felt can be of any color, and made into any shape or size.
Felt is widely used in craft projects as the outcome are often natural and soft.
A Crafty-Crafted Friend's submission of a felt corset purse.
Craft submitted by Ayie of http://jifphotojournal.blogspot.com/
Materials she used:
a piece of felt fabric/material
threads and needle for sewing
jewel/earring/ or any button or ribbon as ornament
beading/jewelry wire or laces
Sorry I wasn’t able to document each and every step since I wasn’t so sure if it will come out good. I cut the felt in 2 equal rectangles and trimmed lower side to give the corset emphasis. Stitched both pieces together (sewn part inside) to form the purse. After having the body done i decorated the “face” with running stitch using darker shade thread. To achieve a roundish bust form,pull the stitches a bit tighter. Work on the handle with the leftover strip and attach to the purse. Voila, a simple corset purse!
This Christmas, after all the attention spent on your Christmas tree, don’t forget your walls. They could use some cheering up too. Let’s make this cheerful ‘Rudolph’. 🙂
Hand and foot print reindeer.
Trace your footprint on a piece of felt.
Trace your handprints onto another felt of different colour.
Paste and decorate the reindeer.
Hand and foot print reindeer.
Click here to see how to make the double bow ribbon used on the reindeer.
Have any nice Christmas craft to share? Share it with us by submitting your craft work here and we’ll link it back to you. 🙂