Felt Easter Egg Kids Craft
I love when I can set up a craft, put the supplies out for the kids to play and let them create without a ton of inspiration or help. This felt Easter egg decorating idea is just that, an fun and easy craft that you set up the supplies and let their imaginations go!
Star with cutting the felt into ovals. You can use scissors or cut them with a machine (die cut or electronic). I used a manual die cutting machine to cut out the oval shapes with a wafer thin die. Set out a ton of fun little embellishments for the kids to glue onto the ovals to decorate their eggs. I put of various trims, lace, ribbons, sequins, and buttons.
The kids (and adults) can decorate the eggs any way they want using the supplies set out. You can set out specific colors or set a color tone. I picked out teal, yellow, white, and pink as our set of colors for these eggs.
Here is a video on how to set up the felt egg craft space, cut them, and also decorating them with kids.
Here is a detailed video on how to make an egg from start to finish.
After I was done making the videos I have the rest of the supplies to my 5 year old daughter to keep making them. She had a blast and came up with some fun eggs!
We also cut one oval in half and glued it to the bottom of the eggs on the back to make a pouch for candy. You could also add money or a little toy instead of candy if you want!
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