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DIY Felt Easter Banner

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This DIY felt Easter banner is perfect for decorating your mantle for spring. Learn how to make this cute banner for your Easter gathering.

colorful felt easter banner with eggs

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Felt banners are so fun to make. DIY banners are an easy way to decorate for a holiday.

You can use any colors that you want. I chose to use a rainbow color scheme because it’s my favorite.

pastel easter eggs felt banner

DIY Felt Easter Banner

Supplies Needed:

Notes About Supplies

Cricut Maker – As noted above, a Cricut Maker is required to cut felt. However, you can cut it by hand if you don’t have a Cricut Maker.

I’ve included a printable PDF to cut and use as a template.

Fabric Mat – Use a fabric mat when cutting felt.

The mat will get fuzzy, and eventually, it will die. Either buy them in bulk or be willing to risk ruining the mat further by cleaning them with dish soap and a scrub brush. (I revived a dead mat, but I don’t think it will last a lot longer.)

Felt – I used mostly acrylic felt for the project, but you can use wool felt if you want. It’s much nicer to work with.

Embroidery Floss – I love using a blanket stitch and embroidery floss to attach felt projects, but you can also use fabric glue.

The colors don’t have to match perfectly. Find colors that are close enough, and it will be fine.

Baker’s Twine – You can use string, yarn, or any twine for your banner. I love using Baker’s twine because it comes in so many pretty colors and looks vintage.

Hole Punch – The Cricut Maker isn’t great for making the holes in the banner, so use a hole punch instead. You could also use scissors to cut a small slit.

Cricut Cut Info for Felt

Fabric Mat (pink)
Rotary Blade (only works with Cricut Maker)
Felt, Acrylic Fabric

Cutting the Felt for the Banner

  1. Upload the design as usual.
  2. Resize if needed.
  3. Duplicate the design as many times as needed and change the eggs’ color. I duplicated it five more times for a total of 6.
  4. When you’re happy with the design, click Make it.
  5. Apply a piece of felt to the fabric grip mat. Smooth it to make sure it sticks to the mat.
  6. Change the blade to the rotary blade.
  7. Select the material (felt, acrylic fabric.)
  8. Load the mat and click to start.
  9. When the cut is finished, unload the mat and repeat for each color. felt on cricut mat
felt egg shapes on felt banner pieces

Assembling the Banner

  1. Layout the banner, centering each egg in the middle of each flag. egg banner in progress
  2. Attach the egg with embroidery floss using a blanket stitch.
  3. Repeat for all colors.felt eggs embroidered to felt pieces
  4. Use a hole punch to add holes to each corner of the flags.using hole punch in banner corners
  5. Thread a length of baker’s twine through the flags, making sure that the string goes behind each flag. pastel easter egg banner with string
  6. Hang and enjoy!easter egg banner hung on wall

Download an Easter Banner SVG

Free downloads are for personal use only. Please do not redistribute or sell.

Easter Banner SVG

Printable PDF Easter Banner Template

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collage of easter banner and cut felt shapes

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