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Jenn Erickson is the author of “Rook No. 17″ a place for inspired ideas for creative living.  Jenn reviewed and gave away Adventures in Pompom Land and shared the “Pompom Chick” DIY from the book.  She made the “Pompom Sheep”

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How to fold a Furoshiki Easter Basket tutorial

Jessica Okui creates original craft projects and tutorials every week on “Zakka Life”!  She is sharing her tutorial on “How to fold a Furoshiki Easter Basket” with a pictorial and she makes it look easy.  If you are wondering what …

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Felted Easter Eggs & ChicksMartha Stewart has tutorials for both the “Felted Easter Eggs & Chicks”!  The downy softness of baby chicks are so cute made with wool roving!  Cover Styrofoam eggs in a variety of colors with roving and a felting needle.…

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cat toyMartha Stewart has a “No-Sew Feather Cat Toy” with complete instructions with a feather template.  If you give your cat an Easter these should be it :)IY, Easy, No-Sew, Feather, Cat, Toy,…

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magnet fishing toyNess of “One Perfect Day” lives in Sydney, Australia with her hubby and little boy.  Ness has an adorable unisex “Magnetic Fishing Game” just in time to put in your Easter baskets.  This would also make a great kid’s party …

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Wool Poncho NO SEW

Elsie hosts “A Beautiful Mess” and Kinsey Mhire is a CONTRIBUTOR and they came up with this stunning tutorial for “Wool Poncho” that can be worn year round.  The best part about this project is that it requires absolutely no …

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Fluffy Yarn Easter NestDonni of The Magic Onions is mom to a daughter and son and blogs out of Southern California. Her son had made a yellow yarn chick and then her daughter wanted to make something.  When Donni asked her what she …

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Daffodil corsage1Daffodil corsage2I remember each year my older brother who was in the Army would send my mother and me Easter corsages and they were so pretty and Easter was not the same when he stopped :(  Well let’s give our children …

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felt flower crownYour “felt flower crown” is so stunning and you look amazing.  Meghan is the host of “Lionheart” blogs out of Los Angeles.  She made a commitment to use the supplies she had instead of making a trip to the craft …

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jelly beansWho does not think of Jelly Beans when Easter nears?  I never think much about them other times of the year.  I like the jelly fruit red ones and then onto orange and then it is downhill and the black …

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Spring VioletsHeather of “Hello My Name is Heather” has the sweetest “Felt Spring Violets tutorial” and a pattern to download with the flower shapes.  Heather suggests we use them to decorate a headband, ponytail holder, note card, pincushion, or a present …

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needle felted InitialsI have never thought of this and I think it is very clever “needle felted Initials” from BH&G! Because felted textiles don’t fray, they’re perfect for cutout shapes and embellishments, such as a monogram. They used a Clover brand’s needle-felting …

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Felt Chrysanthemum Pillow tutorialAmy of “H is For Handmade” has this stunning “Felt Chrysanthemum Pillow” with an excellent tutorial with loads of pictures to follow.  I think this is so classy and loving black and white décor; I would have the pillow white …

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Pieced Felt Owl Pencil HolderThis is a cute little project from BH&G with instructions that you can make with the kids. “Pieced Felt Owl Pencil Holder” ENJOY!

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Clothespin LAMBS tutorialYou can make these lambs from painted wooden clothespins, a few scraps of cardboard and white yarn. The maker says to use thicker yarn than they used, maybe a white fluffy yarn. Cut out the lamb’s body from cardboard and …

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