Felted Easter Egg Tutorial…and please join me at Katherine’s Corner!

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With Easter less than a week away, I made some new eggs to freshen up the kids’ Easter baskets.  Making felted Easter eggs is really easy and I’ve done them with my own kids and with a large group of kids.  There’s a few tips to make the process go smoothly however so if you’re interested, here’s the felted Easter egg tutorial that I did last year.

A few weeks ago the kids and I dyed some pencil roving and it felted very easily onto the eggs and made some pretty designs.  On the more simple eggs, I added a touch of embroidery to spruce them up a bit.  In all, it was a fun, but very easy project!

Today I am a guest on Katherine’s Corner where I’m showing all of the Easter goodies that I’ve made for my children this year.  I was actually surprised at how they turned out and might even say that they might look as good as “store bought”!  At least I hope so…

Most of all, I’m so happy that my son will have Easter bunnies and eggs just like the rest of the kids…

So please join me over at Katherine’s and I’d love to hear from you…Please let me know what you think!

Aloha,

Lori

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  1. Thjank you for being my guest today my sweet friend. I have always wanted to learn the art of felting I pinned your egg felting tutorial. xoxo
    katherines corner recently posted..Dairy Free Chocolate RecipesMy Profile

    • You are such a gem Katherine…Thank you for all that you do for me and others! Felting is so much fun–I hope that you try it! Aloha, Lori

  2. I love these. I am a big fan of felting just never seem to get it right, this might be the first project I can actually produce:)
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    • Hi Andrea,
      I know…felting seems daunting at first but once you try it, you realize that it’s forgiving and FUN. Thanks so much and Happy Easter to you and your family! Aloha, Lori

  3. I’m so in awe of the lengths you go to, to make sure that your son doesn’t miss out.
    And then to share them with us.
    Thank you! And have a lovely Easter.

    • Hi Kylie,
      I’ve been thinking about the lengths I go thru for my son and I can honestly say that I don’t do things like this out of obligation, but truly out of a place of wanting to give to him–just wanting him to feel a bit “normal”. (ha!) Besides, I love cooking, I love creating. Maybe I’m doing all of this more for myself! Thank you for being here and I wish you a wonderful Easter! Much aloha, Lori

  4. I just bought my first felting supplies. This looks like a great place to start! Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful ideas with us!
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    • Hi Emmie,
      Hooray for buying your first felting supplies! Felting can be pretty addictive, so it might not be your last time buying…:) Have fun…and Happy Easter! Aloha, Lori

  5. I did it! I did not add any embellishments this first time, but will try next time. Thanks for the inspiration!
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    • YEA Emmie! I’m so glad that you made some felted eggs and wish I could see them! Thank you so much and I hope that you had a wonderful Easter season. Much aloha, Lori

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