Make play food for kids from nothing more than a little felt. This felt cake and brownies is calorie free and super simple.
Does your mom sew, quilt, embroider or need an occasional needle? Give your Mom a homemade felt needlebook this Mother's Day to help keep track of needles. You can embellish the book with a variety of appliques.
Old wool sweaters that are too small, damaged, or picked up from the thrift store can be turned into felt for many craft projects.
Use these free patterns for felt toys to make a pizza playset for your kids. This felt pizza toy is as simple as cutting shapes from felt.
Use smalls bit of spring-colored felt to create a favor cone to fill with Easter goodies. These little cones could easily be hung, such as along the fireplace mantel. You need only very basic sewing experience for this easy Easter project.
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.
Felt an old sweater to create some fantastic no-knit mittens this winter. These mittens are simple to create with a traced pattern.
Wet felting is a fun way to create some jewelry for yourself or to give as a gift. Its unique and very green!
Extra-fine metallic braid gives this colorful felt butterfly a touch of shimmer. Kids will love assembling these butterfly magnets from the felt pieces and an adult can do the blanket-stitch.
These adorable Zero Calorie Cinnamon Rolls are a great way to use up felt scraps. Turn them into jewelry, ornaments, or make a cute garland to go around your Christmas tree. This project is easy enough to do with kids, too...so the whole family can get in on the fun! Best of all, these cinnamon rolls are calorie-free, and you can make as many as you want without having any clean up!