Easter Crafts for Kids: Felt Easter Eggs Are a Fun Spring Craft for Families by Donna John
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Kids will have a ball making these colorful felt Easter eggs. Make a bunch and use for decorating the house or table, embellishing gifts or make up fun games to play with them.
Here's how to make them:
- Cut egg shapes out of the felt (two per egg). To make it easier for kids, you can cut a pattern out of construction paper and pin it to the felt (see image below).
- Thread the desired color embroidery thread through the needle. Sew all around the egg until you have about a 1-inch opening.
- Stuff fiber fill into the opening to fill the egg. (Tip: Use a pencil to help push the fiber fill to the bottom of the egg.)
- Sew the opening closed. Cut the thread and make a small knot. Cut off any excess thread.
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