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I have had a real passion for crafting with felt over the past two years, and have noticed my little creations really appeal to crafters in particular. I hope you enjoy this simple needle felted rabbit for Easter!

Materials you will need:

Felt Roving {light brown, black & pink}
Compressed of ‘Flat’ Felt Roving {light brown to match body}
Small to Medium Sized Styrofoam Eggs
Felting Needles & Felting Mat
*Mini Flower Pot for Display & Herbs

Step 1
– Spread some light brown roving around a Styrofoam egg form. The consistency of the roving should be like cotton candy pulled apart.
2 Felted Rabbit Eggs by Lady Lucas
Start applying the roving to the egg with a felting needle until the entire shapes is an opaque light brown color. To achieve this, you will need to keep applying whisps of roving on top of the form.
3 Felted Rabbit Egg by Lady Lucas
Step 2  To make a face for your rabbit egg, take a tiny piece of black roving and make a ball with it between your fingers. Now apply it to the egg with a needle to form the first eye. Next, add the other eye and then a nose.

Step 3
– To form two little cheeks for your rabbit, take a few whisps of pink roving and apply them in two circular shapes. I like to use a double pronged felting needle for this step. I find I can achieve a ‘softer’ effect.
4 Felted Rabbit Eggs by Lady Lucas
Step 4 Cut two ears out of flat felt roving that are the same size. Apply them to the back of the egg shape like shown in the picture. Apply a little bit of loose felt roving on top to make the ears appear more natural ?
5 Felted Rabbit Eggs by Lady Lucas
Display your felted rabbit eggs in some mini flower pots for an adorable instant decoration. I added some parsley in mine for some green color, but even moss would look cute. Happy Easter everyone!
6 Felted Rabbit Egg by Lady Lucas
Ashley Lucas {aka Lady Lucas} is an artist, crafting expert and the owner of her own arts & crafts brand. She would love for you to visit her online in her Etsy Shop, or via her website. Follow along with all her cute and crafty adventures on social media at @LadyLucasArt.

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