Dollar Tree Craft Felt Heart Pocket People

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Create a crowd of Dollar Tree Craft Felt Heart Pocket People with just a few supplies. Kunin Classic Felt Craft Cuts are available in a wide variety of Valentine's Day colors and are made from recycled water bottles right here in the USA! These felt pocket people are the perfect non-candy classroom craft project, a fun way to give a gift card or cash to tweens and teens, and can be sent to grandparents with a keepsake photo.

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Felt Heart Pocket People a Dollar Tree Craft

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Here's what you need to make Pocket Heart People from Felt:

Here's how to create Easy Felt Heart Valentine's:

STEP ONE

To begin the Dollar Tree Crafts Felt Heart Pocket People, gather all supplies. Kunin Classic Felt Craft Cuts are perfect for kid's crafts because felt does not fray like traditional fabric. Download, print, and cut out the Felt Heart Pocket People Patterns below If making a large quantity, trace the pattern onto chipboard and cut them out with scissors for added durability. Trace the large and the small heart patterns onto Shocking Pink, Fuschia, Candy Pink, Bright Lilac, Red, and Baby Pink with my favorite permanent marker the Tombow MONO Twin.

STEP TWO

Cut out the large hearts using pinking shears and scallop shears for fabric. If you don’t have pinking shears, cut fun patterns around the edges with straight scissors. Cut out the small hearts with straight scissors. TIP: Cut inside all the traced lines for a clean, finished project.

STEP THREE

Mix and match the large and the small hearts in pairs. Add chenille stems in complementary colors. Kids love using a variety of fun color combinations for these heart people. Attach the small hearts to the large hearts with a glue gun and glue sticks, leaving the top open, and creating the pocket. If crafting with younger children, liquid craft glue works, just figure in the drying time.

STEP FOUR

Cut each chenille stem into four equal lengths with scissors. To accomplish this easily, cut the full chenille stem in half and then cut those two sections in half again. Bend the ends of two sections of chenille stems into legs with oval feet and the other two into arms with circular hands. Attach the arms and legs to the felt heart bodies with a glue gun and glue sticks. Tuck the cut ends of the chenille stem arms and legs in between the layers of felt to cover any sharp wire ends.

STEP FIVE

Cut one-half-inch by one-half-inch squares from Baby Pink and Candy Pink Kunin Felt and then trim those squares into circles with scissors to create cheeks. To create the face, attach two cheeks and two wiggle eyes to each felt heart with a glue gun and glue sticks. To finish the Felt Heart Pocket People, use the MONO Twin permanent marker to draw a semi-circle smile from cheek to cheek. If crafting with the kiddos, use a washable marker. I love drawing and tracing with the MONO Twin Permanent Marker from Tombow because it has a large bullet tip and a small extra fine tip.

Quick and Easy Dollar Tree Felt Heart Pocket People

Create Valentine’s Day Heart Pockets with Kunin Classic Felt in just about 30 minutes with just a few simple supplies from Dollar Tree. Spend some quality time this weekend and get crafty with the kiddos and make memories that will last a lifetime. Tuck handmade notes, stickers, photos, or even a gift card into the Felt Heart Pockets. Switch up the colors and shapes to match YOUR child’s preferences, the possibilities are endless!   

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2 thoughts on “Dollar Tree Craft Felt Heart Pocket People

  • January 29, 2023 at 10:21 am
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    Oh, how adorable. I bet any kid (big and small) will have loads of fun making these.

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    • January 29, 2023 at 1:04 pm
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      YES, Michelle! The kiddos love making these and sending them to their grandparents!

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