Wet Felted Easter Eggs

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A craft! With the children! It was so nice out I thought we would do it outside.

Those of you who know me have probably noticed that I am not a fan of plastic (at least as far as children go anyway… or food… okay, I don’t like plastic) but, with seasonal egg hunts upon us, what are we to do? Make wool ones, of course! With some roving and eggs borrowed from the play kitchen. There is a tutorial here but… I just looked that up for your benefit. We totally improvised. I kept it going until they got bored (20 minutes or so?) then I put them in a stocking and washed them in the washer. They are still drying right now, but I plan to have pictures of the egg hunt up soon.

Cara informed me that dish soap is not delicious.

This post is linked up at Friday Nature Table.

3 Comments on Wet Felted Easter Eggs

  1. Donna Coffin
    March 24, 2013 at 9:33 am (864 days ago)

    Thank you so very much for posting the beautiful pictures and the awesome stories. Not only are the girls precious, but your photography skill are exquisite. I look forward to entering this website every day, to see the steps of “learning” and “enjoying” life you are providing for your very special ones. It makes the sad void a little more bearable for us aching grandparents. So… Thank you for being an excellent photographer. Thank you for being an awesome storyteller. Thank you for being considerate and sharing to us grandparents. Thank you for being the best mommy I have ever known. Most of all… Thank you for being you! I love and miss you every second of every day!

  2. Sidewalkgoddess
    March 27, 2013 at 1:59 am (861 days ago)

    Thank you so much <3

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