March 18, 2015

DIY No Sew Easter Door Hanger



This project is SO easy!!! It takes less than an hour and NO SEWING required!!!!! 


What I Used

Felt - 5 pieces of white, 2 pieces of pink (the pink felt made the center egg)
Scrap fabric (made the eggs on either side)
Scrap ribbons (for the felt egg and to hang)
Double sided Heat N Bond
Hot glue gun (or fabric or tacky glue)


Step 1



Cut your fabric and Heat N Bond to fit the felt.

Step 2 

Follow the directions to apply Heat N Bond to the fabric and 1 piece of felt.
Repeat for the 2nd piece of felt. (Both pieces go in back of the fabric)

Repeat for the other fabrics and/or felt.

Step 3



Glue your ribbons onto the solid felt (or fabric).


Step 4

Cut all 3 pieces into egg shapes.


Step 5



Glue the eggs together.


Step 6



Glue ribbon to the back for hanging.


ALL DONE!!!!



How easy was that????? 

Now, you CAN zigzag stitch around the edges with coordinating or contrasting thread but it really isn't necessary. 

If you have any questions, feel free to ask! :)

HAPPY EASTER!!!!! HAPPY CRAFTING!!!!



10 comments:

  1. Stacey... you are so smart... adorable.. I love the easy decorating projects.. This would be fun for the
    kids to do.. thanks for sharing.. and Happy Easter.

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    1. Thank you so much, Judy!!!! :D I have a few more easy Easter projects coming up. ;)
      Happy Easter to you, too!!!

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  2. You're so creative. And I could do this! Well, except the zig zag stitch part, but I could still do this!

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    1. YES!!!! You definitely can do this!! :D And really, it doesn't need the zigzag at all! ;)
      THANK YOU!!!!!

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  3. Great idea for something to so with the children, I wish mine were still young enough to want to do this kind of thing!

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    1. Oh, yeah. It could definitely be adjusted for kids to do. And older kids wouldn't need any adjustments at all. :D

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  4. Oh… Easter? That's next up, huh? I'm not ready. My house is still green. I did remove the leprechaun footprints though. Do you think I should start thinking about Easter?

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    1. LOL!! Yes!! Easter is only 2 1/2 weeks away!!! ;)

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  5. Oh my gosh, Stacy. This is so darn cute. And easy enough to make. Thanks for such creative holiday craft ideas.

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    1. Thank you so much, Angela!!! It was very easy to make! :)

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