Easter Egg Tree Ornament Project + Heart-Felt Holidays Giveaway

on April 4 | in Products, Sewing Tutorials + Patterns | by | with 78 Comments

There’s still time to create some cute Easter Egg Tree Ornaments before the weekend with a free project from Amanda Carestio’s newest book, Heart-Felt Holidays: 40 Festive Felt Projects to Celebrate the Seasons! We gave you a sneak peek at the book last fall with a little pumpkin pie (and a free pattern!).

Heart-Felt Holidays follows the success of Fa la la la Felt (we have several great holiday projects from this popular book too!). Heart-Felt Holidays offers 40 projects from a variety of talented designers. There’s a little something special in the book for every season of the year, and the projects are quick, cute and oh-so-fun to create.

These ornaments from designer Kathy Sheldon are a new take on an Eastern European tradition. Download your free Easter Egg Tree Ornaments Pattern + Tutorial PDF today!

You can also WIN a signed copy of Heart-Felt Holidays: 40 Festive Felt Projects to Celebrate the Seasons with a felt pack prize, courtesy of Amanda Carestio and Lark Crafts. (International winners OK.) Do you enjoy working with felt? Are you into decorating big for holidays? Did you love Fa la la la Felt? Comment today for your chance to win!

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78 Responses to Easter Egg Tree Ornament Project + Heart-Felt Holidays Giveaway

  1. it looks la la la lovely! :D

  2. Jodi G. says:

    Looks like a super book full inspiration! I’d love a copy!

  3. Jen S says:

    Beautiful book and super cute projects!

  4. samantha says:

    This book makes me swoon- and that’s just the bit you show!!

  5. Garry Curr says:

    Any idea what measurements were used for the pattern in the picture

  6. Jennie T. says:

    My daughter and I would have such fun with that book! Thanks for the giveaway!

  7. Diann Cornell says:

    I like working with felt and would like to branch out in the projects I make with it. The book could help!

  8. Laura L. says:

    This book just makes me smile! I’m the holiday gift aunt who showers the brides and grooms to be with home made holiday startings so they have something to pull out their first year of marriage. Thanks for the give-away offer.

  9. Patricia Crowley says:

    This is a beautiful prize! Thanks so much!

  10. Susan says:

    My addiction to everything felt has wavered recently. I would be thrilled to jump back on the wagon!

  11. Anya says:

    Felt is so fun – and great to do with the kids as well!

  12. carolee c. says:

    I’ve been wanting to try some felty things and this book looks like a great beginning!

  13. Christine says:

    Really good idea and very pretty. I will have a go at making some of these.

  14. Celia says:

    I just made five Easter bunnies today, so yes, I do love decorating for the holidays. Haven’t worked much with felt, only once that I remember but I have seen so many nice felt crafts that I am tempted to use it more often.

  15. Bianca says:

    I love decorating for the holidays, even the smaller less major ones. It’s just an excuse to create new things for me.

  16. Anne Marie says:

    Darling project – would love this book.

  17. Kris says:

    I love working with felt, that looks like a really fun book!

  18. Sharon says:

    I haven’t tried felt projects yet, but I am always open for a new adventure. Thanks for the opportunity and for bringing this adorable book to my attention!

  19. Karen Traversy says:

    I purchased a digital copy of FaLaLa several years ago. I do wish I had a paper copy. I would love to have this book, Heart-Felt Holidays. I love felt!!!! Thanks for the giveaway.

  20. Gina s. says:

    I have lots of felt! When you have grand kids you need it. :)

  21. Deanna says:

    I haven’t worked with felt much, but it would be fun to give it a try. So many ideas.

  22. Jess says:

    I love felt because it’s so simple – no seams required! I love letting my kids play around with it to make ornaments and decorations, too!

  23. Gill says:

    I love working with felt and am particularly enjoying teaching my daughter to sew with it too.

  24. Water Works says:

    What a great book! The projects are so very cute and easy to adapt for a child to complete.

  25. Maxine says:

    I love using felt. I have made some handmade felt pieces using wet felting technique but would love to try to make some cute Easter ornaments.

  26. Wehaf says:

    I love working with felt; it’s so free-form and creative!

  27. katie m says:

    I loved fa la la la felt! So many fun projects! And these projects would be great for displaying at my work.

  28. Tina L. says:

    I would love to learn to work with felt.

  29. MarciaW says:

    We have some felt that would be perfect for some of these projects. Yes, I like Fa La La La Felt and would enjoy it for all the seasons too.

  30. Beth Mc says:

    I would love this book-great projects that are cute and quick.

  31. Jen says:

    Oh, I can’t wait to see it – felt love!

  32. Debbie says:

    This would be fun for grandchildren gifts.

  33. Leah says:

    I made some of the cute ornaments in Fa La La La Felt, so I KNOW I will love this book too. Felt all year round…how perfect! leahclaireh (at) gmail (dot) com

  34. Cindy says:

    I enjoyed FaLaLA Felt, and I know I will enjoy Heart Felt Holidays.

  35. Sharonnz says:

    Felt is great for the kids to use! We love the look of the projects in this book.

  36. faye says:

    I’ve only done felt food projects, but I’d love to do more. Love felt!

  37. bruinbr says:

    such a cute book and project! I love to decorate for the holidays, but haven’t worked too much with felt. This book would be perfect! :)

  38. Robyn G says:

    I do like working with felt. You can make quick and easy projects that also look amazing.

  39. Georgia says:

    I decorate big time for Christmas, but haven’t done much for other holidays yet. I’m actually working on my very first felt project (a camping set from big little felt universe) and it is really fun to work with!

  40. Ilze says:

    I would like to try make something from felt.

  41. Jennyroo says:

    I have used a lot of felt to make Christmas ornaments, now I clearly need to start making Easter ornaments, too!

  42. Carmen says:

    I don’t do a lot for holidays, but I love decorating and working with felt!

  43. Heidi says:

    I do love working with felt, though I don’t feel that it’s always my best medium. I still have a lot of learning to do!

  44. Alli says:

    I made some finger puppets with wool felt (my first time working with non-acrylic felt) last Christmas, and those were super fun to put together!

    This book looks adorable; thanks for the chance to win! :)

  45. Betty Buchsdrucker says:

    I just loved Fa la la la Felt, especially the bird garland – they look just beautiful at our lake house.
    Looking forward to the next book and would love to win the signed copy

  46. wendy says:

    I do love working with felt, especially wool felt. I’ve been trying to make myself some little brooches from it, without much sucess!

  47. Bridget says:

    This is adorable – I will definitely have to try it!

    I love making felt decorations and such, they are as fun to make as they are nice to look at, and even someone who is not usually good with “artistic” things can get a good result.

    We decorate for every holiday, I LOVE it!

  48. Greeblygreebly says:

    I love working with felt and I loved “Fa la la la felt” The little Christmas trees and the deer were just too cute!

  49. Michele T says:

    I’ve been wanting an Easter Craft that is cute and this pattern is perfect. Thanks for the chance to win the book and felt pack – sweet!!

  50. Emily says:

    What a neat book! I really liked the first one.

  51. Moira says:

    I absolutely love working with felt! It is so versitalie and it is easy to include children in the crafting process as the felt isn’t as flimsy.

  52. Miranda says:

    I love felt, it’s so easy and fun to work with. And it’s easy for kids too! What a great giveaway!

  53. Grace says:

    I love decorating big for the holidays!

  54. Laura says:

    My husband won’t let me buy any holiday decorations, but he can’t say no to homemade ones done right (plus I enjoy making them anyway!). These look really adorable, and I would love to try them out!

  55. Julia says:

    I ADORE Fa la la la Felt! I’ve worked through several of the projects & have more on my list! I’d La la la LOVE to get my hands on Heart Felt Holidays!!

  56. Holly says:

    I haven’t done much work with felt, but would love to try it out!

  57. Amy says:

    Ah, I love Fa La La Felt! It is one of a few Christmas books that never get put away after the holidays are over. So glad there is a follow on!!! Thanks for the giveaway!

  58. jessicac says:

    I am trying to finish knitting up a chocolate bunny for easter, but this holiday snuck up on me! Would love to try some projects out of this book though..

  59. Jessica says:

    My kids love to make holiday decorations with me, I think this is a book we need to get!

  60. Brandy says:

    Fun! Fun! Fun! Fun! Making holiday decorations with my family is one of my favorite things to do.

  61. I like stitching felt into hooplas for swaps. Felt hoops are always so well received!

  62. Pamela V says:

    Just discovering felt…thanks for the tutorial!

  63. Anna says:

    I don’t usually do much decorating for Easter, but I may make an exception for these ornaments!

  64. MelodyJ says:

    I haven’t worked with felt since I was a kid.I decorate for Christmas. I do love Fa la lala Felt but haven’t made anything from it yet.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

  65. michele says:

    I’d love to win!

  66. Sonja Groot says:

    Great! I already like this book. I love to work with felt, every time of the year. It’s also nice to do felt projects like this one with kids at school.

  67. Kay says:

    What a gorgeous book. I already have fa la la felt and this looks to be such good fun too. The last thing I made with felt was a large heart covered with buttons for a friend. I love working with felt as it is so kind and forgiving, meaning it isn’t slippery and doesn’t fray like normal fabric. For a beginner crafter like myself it really is a perfect medium.

  68. Tara Curtis says:

    These are great – I’d like to try them with a bit of batting or stuffing in them.

  69. alison says:

    I love felt and have used for many projects – pincushions, applique, king’s crown, Christmas decorations, etc.. I only go wild on Christmas decorating, but if I had some nice decorations for other holidays I would likely decorate more for those holidays.

  70. martina says:

    Oh, so pretty! I love to work with felt. It is such a nice material. This year I didn’t really have time for decorations but normally I love to decorate for holidays and seasons! Never worked with Fa la la la Felt till now. But would love to try.

  71. Ellen M. says:

    I’ve done a few little felt projects and they are fun (flowers, food, etc.). I can’t wait to see this book – Fa La La La Felt is terrific! Thanks for the chance to win.

  72. Mhairi says:

    I love working with felt and these decorations are lovely. I think I might make a couple in different colours and then frame them to put up on the wall. We love rabbits in our house so Easter all year round.

  73. Lilly says:

    It’s so easy to work with felt. I really like to make little ornaments with it.
    Thanks a lot for the giveaway!

  74. njeri says:

    I loved the first book and I have been looking forward to the second.
    Thanks for the free ornament.

  75. r says:

    I loved Fa la la la felt and my daughter and I made lots of the projects, this book looks just as fabulous!

  76. Mystica says:

    I’ve not worked with felt before so would like to give it a try. Thank you for sharing.

  77. Suz says:

    I have some felt that is just waiting for something like this!

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