Introduction: DIY Fuzzy Chicken Pencil Holders

Hi guys! Today's craft is an Easter themed DIY Fuzzy Chicken Jar. You can use it to hold your pens, pencils, paintbrushes, or whatever you'd like. It's a great way to use up empty pasta jars too! It's Easter themed, but I think it would be cute all year long on your desk!

Watch the video above to learn how to make it!

For the detailed instructions, please check out the YouTube description page: https://youtu.be/c6ILZB18bzg

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Step 1: Materials

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You will need:

  • scissors
  • black, orange, and white felt
  • fuzzy yellow yarn
  • mod podge
  • paint brush

Step 2: Cover and Wrap.

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Cover a little bit of your jar with some Mod Podge then wrap your yarn around the jar. Repeat until your entire jar is covered. Once you get to the bottom, you can go back up to cover any spots that you might have missed. Be sure to glue the yarn down at the end.

Step 3: Cut and Stick.

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Cut out the shapes above from your felt. Then glue the face and feet onto the jar. You can make other expressions by changing the shape of the eye and mouth!

Step 4: Done!

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That's it! Use it to store all your pencils, markers, paintbrushes, or whatever you'd like!

Go back to the top to watch the video tutorial!

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