Animal stuffies make for such great gifts! Our latest DIY stuffed animal is this funny little felt beaver. With a cute colorful scarf and jingle bell accessory, this project makes for an excellent toy or home decoration. We used blue felt for our beaver’s scarf and paired with matching blue felted balls, but feel free to get creative! Give every beaver you craft a different colored scarf to add a more personalized feel. If you love this project, browse even more of our stuffies here. So simple to craft and simply adorable results!
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- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – Black, White, Bark Brown, Terracotta, Tidepool, and Camel
- Embroidery Floss in Brown (632), Dark Brown (938) and Black (310)
- Two Black Beads
- Gold Bell
- Stuffie Puff (Poly-Fil)
- Gather the tools and materials listed above.
- Cut the felt pieces according to the pattern.
- Glue the nose, teeth and black bead eyes into place.
- Secure the bead eyes and add detailing to the nose with black embroidery floss. Use brown floss to add a line between the teeth.
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That’s great! Thank you so much!
Hi – I have made this beaver for a Christmas ornament. I made him as a OSU Beaver. Do you have any suggestions on how to fit him with the black and orange stocking cap. He currently has an orange scarf and holds an orange pendant with OSU in black. Any suggestions would be so helpful. This is for my soon to be 8 year old grandson who just happens to be and OSU die hard fan. All of these felt animals have made the most adorable ornaments. Thank you so much for your creativity.
Hi Joelle, I would suggest cutting a front and back for the hat similar to the one on this little bear. https://liagriffith.com/diy-woodland-finger-puppets/
Could you please also include the download button for the Photo Tutorial for members? Thank you!
We have added the photo tutorial!
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Thanks a million
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what a cutie!!!
Thanks Michelle 🙂