Easter will be upon us before we know it, with Easter falling at the end of next month, so here are some egg-cellent craft tutorials to put a spring in your step.
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Click the link to visit MarthaStewart.com to see this free tutorial on how to needle-felt this adorable Easter Bunny to herald the season.
Click the link to go to the free tutorial for this Honey Bunny photo bookmark on Martha Stewart's website. What a cute gift and easy to make with the template and chenille stems!
Martha Stewart also has a tutorial to make simple yarn flowers that can be used as a brooch as pictured or that could embellish any number of textile projects including art dolls.
Learn how to make Easter chicks with gauze bandage and polystyrene with a tutorial from Creativity Direct.
If you've always fancied giving Paverpol a try, this Paverpol chicken figure tutorial from Creativity Direct.
Keep things bright this Easter with these felt triangular chicken using a tutorial from Creativity Direct.
This little Easter chick gets his feathered look from a painted pinecone - get the tutorial for this funny Easter fellow on Creativity Direct.
Click the link to get a tutorial on how to use silk clay and wool to make these Easter lambs, as found on the Creativity Direct website.
Pop over to the Creativity Direct website to learn how to make these felt egg cosies.
From today you've got approximately a month to get crafting for Easter, so get crackin'!