24 creative ways to make felt-acular crafts with your kids!
Give favorite books the protection they deserve with these felt book covers.
Felting a sweater is a great way to get more life out of a favorite top that's outgrown or damaged. These great crafts from Spoonful.com show you how to use your felted sweater to make a sleeve for a hot to-go drink or create a cozy bag.
This felt craft wall hanging from Spoonful.com will provide your child with hours of fun.
These colorful corsages bloom year-round, and they're easy to make from felt and assorted decorations.
Slip a felt "dress" over an empty plastic bottle for a vase that will rival the beauty of any bouquet.
Sweeten a long car ride with one of these decorative fresheners
Kids will have fun making these cute, friendly-faced pens as gifts and for themselves; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Homemade game set and pouch to take anywhere
This simple craft foam belt will add a touch of spring to just about any outfit.
Perfect for a traveler, these tags enable Dad to bring a little reminder of his kids along with him.
These flower rings are so easy to make, your child will want one to match every outfit.
With this whimsical play set, your child can have her cake and play with it too!
These plush rocks are actually bars of soap covered with felted wool. Use one like a regular bar of soap; the wool coat will give a gentle, exfoliating scrub, and the felt will only get stronger with use.
Small pieces of felted wool can have a big impact when they're turned into beautiful jewelry. Repurpose an old wool sweater or two into stunning necklaces by felting the fabric -- shrinking the wool until it's thick and ravel-proof.
This snazzy felt 'gator sewing book lives on pins and needles.
Make a custom mouse pad from foam and felt.
Good-looking, easy-to-sew felt pouches make great carriers for trinkets or portable music players; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
These magnetic miniatures, crafted from clothespins and felt, give kids a special place to hang their achievements; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Jump-start the spring season with these cheery, wearable felt blossoms.
Make colorful beads for jewelry crafts by wet-felting wool batting or roving.
Repurpose old wool sweaters by felting the fabric -- shrinking the wool until it's thick and ravel-proof -- and then it's a cinch to create a bevy of stylish bracelets.
A plain bag pops with pizzazz when you add decorative details made from felted wool.
Transform an elastic hair band into a one-of-a-kind accessory with felted wool made from an old sweater.
Your child can show her true colors with these fast and easy fashion bracelets, made from felt and buttons.
Felted Sweater Surprises
Felt Flower Pins
Fun Felt Pens
Felt Checkers Game
Funky Luggage Tags
Ring Around the Posy
Build-a-Cake Play Set
Alligator Sewing Kit
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