When my team and I were brainstorming projects for Easter, we of course came up with tons of Easter egg crafts. And this project stood out as extra cute! Make your own felt Easter eggs for your Easter egg hunt, as a gift topper for an Easter basket, or display them around the house for some adorable party decor.
- Cricut Maker or Silhouette Cameo 4 (optional)
- Detail Scissors
- Embroidery Needles
- Clover Applique Sewing Pins
- Stuffing Tool or Chopstick
- Needle Threader (optional)
- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt — Sweet Pink, Azalea, Green Retreat, Turquoise, and Cyan
- Embroidery Floss — DMC 963, 603, 166, 598 and 3846
- Polyester Fiber Fill — Lia Griffith Stuffie Puff
We went with a pastel color scheme for our eggs, but you can choose any color combinations that you like for your decor. Choose your felt colors and then pick out some matching embroidery floss. Print the PDF template below and cut out the shapes to use as a guide for cutting your felt. Once you have your felt pieces ready, you can begin your stitching. Use a simple blanket stitch to attach the pieces together. Make color blocked easter eggs, or add stripes and polka dots for fun patterned ornaments! If you want to use these felt eggs as ornaments, simply add an extra loop of embroidery floss. How cute would it be to hang these ornaments in the trees of your backyard to decorate your Easter egg hunt?
If you are planning an Easter egg hunt this year, you will want to make sure that all of the little ones have their own baskets for gathering the eggs. You can make your own DIY baskets by following this tutorial for this simple upcycling project using brown paper grocery bags! Use them for the hunt, or to create an Easter egg arrangement like we have here. There are so many possibilities with these simple felt eggs!
Stay updated on all of our Easter projects on Instagram by following the hashtag #EasterWithLia. And don’t forget to share your photos with me by tagging me or using the hashtag #DIYDreamingWithLia! Until next time ~ Lia
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Is there an SVG cut file available for these?
Yes I just added it to the post!
Thank you so much!!!
Where did you get the adorable basket??
We made it 🙂 https://liagriffith.com/upcycled-grocery-bag-easter-basket/
I love it sooooooooo much!!!!
Yay I’m happy to hear it 🙂
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