Saturday, March 15, 2014

Crochet Duckie Plastic Easter Egg Holder

I decided to revisit my Crochet Bunny Egg Holder Tutorial from last year and made an Easter Duckie Egg Holder using the same pattern. These little egg holders whip up in no time and with Easter being so late this year you can make a whole flock of them:@) His beak is felt, it and the eyes are hot glued on.
I'm lovin' his spiky tail feathers!
Bright shiny pics, spring is coming folks!
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They can be made with many different types of yarns or materials. I found this funky yellow in the $1 bin at AC Moore. 

Here is the duck and last year's bunny (pattern and picture tutorial HERE) with a little hen I bought at a craft show over 10 years ago. The hen was my inspiration piece. I'm putting up a bigger tree this Easter and will be using these egg holders as ornaments.

If you don't crochet and would like another idea these Foam Easter Egg Holders are easy enough for the kids to help with and come together in no time.

20 comments:

  1. That little duck is adorable. I used to do some handwork, but never this. Now my eyes will not let me.

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  2. These are just adorable. I think the foam variety might be a bit more my speed :) I do love that yard though, very cool!

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  3. Awe - I want all of those!!!!!!!!!!!! So cute.

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  4. oh goodness, these are adorable! You come up with the most amazing cuteness!!
    Jenna

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  5. Oh cute - and love love love the foam egg holders.

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  6. Adorable Lynn! Love that yarn and his tail feathers :)

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  7. Cute! Cute! Cute! Cute! CUTE!

    My favorite is the crochet duck, but they are all adorable, Lynn!

    xo

    Sheila

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  8. Lynn, how adorable and just so sweet! Cute little egg holders too!

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  9. Oh Lynn, I LOVE these darling egg cozies!! My mother-in-law made some several years ago and gave all of us some of them. The ones she made look most like your hens. They are all darling, but I love rabbits, so I'm partial to the white bunny! He is adorable, and you really make me want to learn to crochet. :)

    Have a great day, my friend!

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  10. These colorful photos just made me feel happy! Easter is my favorite because there are so many farm animals involved in it's decor. It is also about the only time I can find anything to do with lambs.

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  11. You may envy my sewing machine, but I sure would love to be able to create these cute little creatures, by hand!! Soooo adorable!!!

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  12. You are soooo creative, girl!!! These are too cute!!
    xo

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  13. These are so cute! =) Perfect for Easter Gifts!

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  14. These are so adorable, Lynn! I wish I was handy so I could make some for my grandkids. You should open an Etsy shop and sell your wonderful crafts :)

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  15. You are so talented. I love that yarn. What fun. I can't wait to start exploring Easter crafts with Josie.

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  16. So cute!!! I'll have to wait another year or so to make anything with eyes because the 2-year-old would probably eat them :)

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  17. Your bunny and chick are absolutely adorable!

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