Create Simple Felt Hair Bows For A Mini Fashionista

  This project is brought to you by Latrice Murphy for Any Occasion. Today I’m  making something any little girl would love – mini felt bow hair clips! Materials: Felt Die or a cutting template to cut by hand Die cutting machine E6000 glue Silver clips Buttons Instructions: First off, you want to start off […]

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Latest FaveCrafts eBook Features Fun Felt Crafts for All Ages

Felt is one of the most popular craft materials out there and it’s easy to see why. First of all, it’s easy to use – everyone from little kids to older adults can work with it. Also, you can use felt to make almost anything (we’re talking jewelry, coffee cozies and pizza, just to name […]

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Keep Kids Occupied With a DIY Felt Busy Book

This tutorial is brought to you by Latrice Murphy from Any Occasion. I have three active kids and I’m always trying to come up with ways to keep them busy. I find lots of great ideas for this on Pinterest. I’ve seen different posts here and there about “felt busy books.” My littlest is just […]

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FaveCrafts Giveaway: Felt Jewelry

For me the key to accessorizing is using items that are lightweight and comfortable. I love light scarves, earrings that don’t hurt after an hour of wearing them, and necklaces that don’t weigh me down with heavy beads or pendants. And when it comes to comfortable jewelry, there’s no better outlet that felt. It’s versatile, […]

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Meet and Make: Helen Bird

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Today’s Meet and Make is Helen Bird.  Helen is the creator of Curly Birds, a blog devoted to crafts for children and the art of play. The blog and small line of children’s play accessories are aptly named for her sweet, curly-haired twin girls. Helen comes from a long line of creative and crafty people […]

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Guest Post: All About Felt

This guest post was written by Marla Canfield Clark for Creative Dish. Read this post and more about felt on FaveCrafts.com. Felt is a great material to use for crafting, home décor projects, and fashion.  It is easy to cut, sew, glue, and embellish, and it comes in many colors. The key to using felt […]

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How to: Make Sequin Heart Earrings

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If you’re a regular Link Love reader (or craft blogosphere lurker) you know that heart themed crafts are HUGE right now, and sequins are the new glitter. First I showed you Grosgrain’s sequin heart shoe clip tutorial, and then I found Rae Gun Ramblings’ sequin heart headband. I was completely smitten with these ideas, so […]

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New Pattern Monday: Felt Flowers

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Of all the pretty flowers to craft this year, felt flowers are some of my favorites. They’re thrifty, because felt is a relatively inexpensive material. And they’re usually pretty easy to make, because felt is a user friendly material, too! These new felt projects are good for small gifts or just to wear or use […]

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