Image by Moth Art via Youtube
Making easter crafts is so much fun! One of my favorites is this no-sew chicken towel by Moth Art because it has a hidden egg inside. Who would think there are secret treats in these chickens? I bet kids won’t even look at them. It’s super easy to make and only needs a few materials. You’ll surely enjoy this small project this spring season. Read on or watch the video below for full instructions.
Fold the square towel in half diagonally. Start rolling it from the tip to the straight edge. Fold it in half.
Put the elastic just an inch below the folded part.
Glue the folds in the tails, then place the egg and wrap it around. Secure them with another elastic. Glue the bottom so it won’t open.
Fix the tips of the towel to form it like the wings of the chicken.
Take the chenille wires, fold them in half, and cut them. Take one, and cut it again in half. Form two of the bigger ones into feet, then the other into a comb. For the two smaller ones, fold each in half and twist the bottom to make a loop.
Cut 3.15 by 0.4 inches from the orange felt. Glue the loops together. Fold the felt in half, glue the loops, and fold. Cut one of the edges into a triangle. Insert it into the head of the chicken and glue it.
Glue the feet, comb, and eyes of the chicken.
Wrap a ribbon around the chicken and tie it into a bow. Glue the flower into the bow. Cut the ends of the ribbon just below the flower into a diagonal.