Egg-cited for Easter
You know we can’t let Easter go by without making some new Easter eggs! We always try to get creative when it comes to crafting Easter eggs, including using different kinds of materials such as felt, wood, and spun cotton. For our March collection this year, Meagan is showing us how to use yarn with our pom pom makers to create three different types of pom pom Easter eggs.
To guide you through the three designs, we have made a video tutorial for you to follow along with. Also there is no printable pattern for this one since you will just be trimming your pom pom into the desired egg shape.
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We always have so much fun creating new DIY crafts for holidays. And we hope you enjoy them too! There’s just something about decorating for a holiday with your own handmade projects that make it feel more exciting and extra special.
When you’re ready to make your pom pom Easter eggs, just watch our video tutorial below and let us know if you have any questions. In the video tutorial you will see us go over three color combinations — half and half, polka dot, and speckled. Feel free to make all three patterns or choose just one to focus on!
Crafting tip: Take your time trimming and do not over trim or you will risk the pom pom falling apart.
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