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Easy Felt Easter Egg Craft

These adorable felt Easter eggs are the perfect Easter craft for kids!

They are easy to make at home or at school, use common craft supplies and only take about 20 minutes. 

I love this spring craft because you have so many options on how to decorate the eggs!

Looking for more felt crafts? We have adorable felt conversation hearts for Valentine’s Day as well as felt snowmen and felt Christmas trees for Christmas.

Light blue rectangle in center of image with white and black text that reads No Sew Felt Easter Eggs Spring Craft for Kids. Above text are four completed felt eggs in multiple colors and below text are felt eggs strung up as a banner on a mantle.

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No Sew Felt Egg Craft for Spring

Celebrate spring with this easy felt egg craft for kids of all ages. It’s also a fun alternative to dyeing Easter eggs (and overall less messy too).

Preschoolers and kindergartners can practice fine motor skills by helping to glue on supplies. They can also use a cotton swab to dip into the glitter glue and “paint” designs on felt eggs.

Elementary age children can do this craft mostly independently. They can practice their tracing, cutting and gluing skills.

Overhead view of four completed felt Easter eggs with piles of different craft supplies around them such as felt, pom poms, sequins, and glitter glue.

I recommend preparing a variety of supplies ahead of time so children can grab the various craft materials to decorate at one spot or station. 

You can use small cups or a painting palette to make this easier and to minimize clean-up.

Use serrated pinking shears to create zig-zag designs with the felt. Grown-ups can prep these ahead of time for young children to decorate with. 

Overhead view of an open pair of serrated pinking shears and strips of felt cut with them to create zig zag edge.

You can also cut out felt shapes like triangles and circles to decorate the felt eggs.

When they are finished, turn them into cute Easter decor! 

Add a length of twine to the back with scotch tape or use a sewing needle to thread them onto it to create a lovely homemade Easter egg banner.

Multicolored felt eggs strung as a banner across a brick mantle.

These also make great homemade gifts! 

Add them into an Easter basket as a cute and easy DIY Easter present or mail them.

The felt Easter eggs are lightweight and can easily be added into Easter cards for the perfect surprise for your friends and family.

Felt Easter Egg Craft Supplies:

How to Make Felt Easter Eggs:

First you will need to download and print out our printable Easter Egg (medium size) craft template. (It is file 132 in our free printable resource library.) 

Trace the egg onto the felt using a washable marker on the back side of the felt.

Egg template cut out and traced on a pink felt square.

Cut out your traced felt eggs.

Now it’s time to decorate! Glue on strips of felt, ribbon, pom poms, sequins and/or mini buttons. 

Bottle of felt glue next to pink felt egg shape with strips of felt glued across it.

Use glitter glue to add sparkle or designs to your eggs.

Allow time to dry.

Trim any overhanging ribbon or felt, then hang or display your decorated felt Easter eggs.

Overhead view of three completed felt Easter eggs decorated with felt and mini buttons and displayed in green felt cut to look like grass.

Get the Easter Egg Craft Template

More Easter Crafts for Kids:

Five finished felt eggs decorated with felt strips, sequins, mini buttons, pom poms, and glitter glue placed behind green felt grass with assorted buttons and sequins sprinkled around.

Felt Easter Eggs Craft

Yield: Several
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

Make these easy no sew felt Easter eggs for a fun spring craft for kids!

Materials

Tools

  • Aleene’s Felt & Foam Tacky Glue
  • Scissors
  • Serrated Pinking Shears to create wavy design felt (optional)
  • Washable Markers (for tracing)

Instructions

  1. First you will need to download and print out our printable Easter Egg (medium size) craft template. (It is file 132 in our free printable resource library.) 
  2. Trace the egg onto the felt using a washable marker on the back side of the felt.
  3. Cut out your traced felt eggs.
  4. Now it’s time to decorate! Glue on strips of felt, ribbon, pom poms, sequins and/or mini buttons. 
  5. Use glitter glue to add sparkle or designs to your eggs.
  6. Allow time to dry.
  7. Trim any overhanging ribbon or felt, then hang or display your decorated felt Easter eggs.

Notes

I recommend preparing a variety of supplies ahead of time so children can grab the various craft materials to decorate at one spot or station. You can use small cups or a painting palette to make this easier and to minimize clean-up.

Use serrated pinking shears to create zig-zag designs with the felt. Grown-ups can prep these ahead of time for young children to decorate with. You can also cut out felt shapes like triangles and circles to decorate the felt eggs.

When they are finished, turn them into cute Easter decor! Add a length of twine to the back with scotch tape or use a sewing needle to thread them onto it to create a lovely homemade banner.

Did you make this project?

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