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I’ve recently fallen in love with using felt as a craft material. It comes in a variety of brilliant colors, is easy to cut, inexpensive, and can be used to make anything from costumes, puppets, accessories, plush dolls and books. Kids who are just starting out with learning how to use scissors can practice on felt which is sturdier than other materials. Cut out patterns to create your own felt stories or pretend play characters. Many of the simple and creative projects listed here require no sewing to make it easy to start playing!

Make sure to click on the links below to view the full tutorial.

1. DIY No Sew Felt Bird Wings | hello, Wonderful
2. Hand Animal Puppets | Style Me Pretty
3. Fairy Felt Peg Dolls | The Imagination Tree
4. Princess Felt Patterns | Fynes Designs
5. Felt Ball | Simply Earnest

6. Felt Plantable Garden | A Beautiful Mess
7. Felt Ice Cream Necklace | Artzy Creations
8. Lion Puppet | Jessica Peck
9. Felt Pizza | Anders Ruff
10. Animal Masks | Emma Magazine

11. Felt Shapes Book | Plain Vanilla Mom
12. Felt Tools | All The Quiet Things
13. Cloud Mobile | Pysselbolaget
14. Hobby Horse and Dragon | Pink Stripey Socks
15. Felt Play Food | Costuramor

16. Felt Finger Puppets | Handmade Charlotte
17. Kawaii Softie | Crafts Tuts+
18. Felt Letters | Buggy and Buddy
19. Felt Animal Ornaments | Lia Griffith
20. Dr. Seuss Hoop Felt Stories | Hey Let’s Make Stuff

What are your favorite ways to play with felt? Take a look at more creative projects for kids here!

Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.