Modern & Crafty Felt Easter Garland (Tutorial)

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I LOVE simple cut-and-glue projects, and this Felt Easter Garland is the perfect example.

It’s proof that you can still create something darling & long-lasting without any sewing skills required! 🙌

There are a couple things that will make your life WAY easier for a project like this, though. Here they are:

  • SHARP scissors
  • STIFF craft felt (not the “floppy” kind)

If your scissors don’t easily make a clean cut through your felt right away, switch them out for a different pair that does. Just trust me on this one. 😉

Carrot & Flower Felt Garland

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MATERIALS:

  • Stiffened Craft Felt (I used light pink, dark pink, orange, green, white)
  • Sharp Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Twine

 

STEPS:

1. Cut light and dark pink felt into a simple flower shape with a round center.
(You can use my 6″ flower template or create your own.)

2. Hot glue the flower pieces together.

3. Cut orange felt into carrot shapes.*

4. Cut green felt into carrot tops.*

5. Hot glue the carrot pieces together.

6. Use white felt to add accent lines to the carrots.
(Just free-hand cut small strips as needed.)

7. Hot glue the finished carrots and flowers to twine.

*Tip: To give your garland a consistent look, use your first flower and carrot shapes as “templates” to trace and cut the rest of the pieces.

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P.S. For more projects that match this look (like the cake below!), check out these Woodland Bunny Inspired Projects.

Woodland Bunny Ears Cake

2020-03-28T10:56:22-07:00Categories: Easter, In the Spotlight, Party Decor Projects|

About the Author:

Jennifer Sbranti is a mom of 2 girls, a graphic designer & the founder of Hostess with the Mostess. Her work has been featured in media outlets such as Good Morning America, The Today Show, Real Simple, and more.

2 Comments

  1. Surendra Mishra April 8, 2020 at 4:28 am

    Your tips to play with Easter with glue and scissors is awesome. That will help us from go outside and spreading novel Covid-19.

  2. Ben April 8, 2020 at 8:04 am

    The felt carrots are the cutest thing I have ever seen. I cannot wait to try these myself.

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