Turn your scraps into a fabulous craft with this Fluffy Felt Owl. This felt owl tutorial will show you how to take your scraps of felt and materials you have lying around your house like bottle caps and buttons, and turn them into a funky owl. You'll have a "hoot" creating this adorable project. Jazz it up with some funky color patterns and you're ready to go. Instead of chucking your scraps, create a fun felt craft.
This felt clutch is the perfect companion for a casual night out with friends. It's an easy felt craft that looks great and matches everything.
Go fishing in the house with a fun tic-tac-toe game that the kids will enjoy. Crafts with felt are a good activity for rainy days.
Using the colors of the woods in near the end of fall around my home, this felt and wood bead set is busting with earthy flair.
Old wool sweaters that are too small, damaged, or picked up from the thrift store can be turned into felt for many craft projects.
A whimsical felt watering can and button-center flowers are a cute addition to the fridge door. Kids can play at "watering the flowers" and make their own flower additions.
Make play food for kids from nothing more than a little felt. This felt cake and brownies is calorie free and super simple.
A felt flower tops of this pretty pin cushion created in a mini candle holder. You can also use a mini flower pot, metal pot or small cup to create this pin cushion. Use to decorate your sewing room or give us a gift to someone who loves to sew.
These abc wood blocks make a fun craft for classroom decor, every teacher will love it. This free felt pattern is versatile and practical for the kids.
Fuzzy red hearts against a dramatic white background add pizzazz to a sweet Valentine's card. The crafters in your life will appreciate your unique "I love you"!