Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Creepmas Needle Felting

I added a little needle felting to my Creepmas this year. The frog is from a previous post.  The tree is combination of hemp, wire, beads, glitter and tatting.

If you were around last year you might remember the Cthulhu Snowdeity inspired by the Cthulhu Snowman card by AmysNotDeadYet,which can still be ordered by the way.  This is the felted version.  I'm currently working on another one and once I see which method works best, I'll write up a tutorial.

I'm not thrilled with how these others turned out, but I can count them as a learning experience.

The Yeti.  I like his teeth.

My Creepy Snowball that doesn't look very creepy or snowbally.
Probably shouldn't have given him hair.

My Sinister Snowman.  He looks more like a crotchety old snowman,
yelling at the snowkid to get off his lawn.  

My favorite creepy felted snowman of the season is the guy lurking in the back, that a friend made.  He was actually created with Steven Wright in mind. I'm pretty sure he's up to no good.  The snowman that is.  I don't know what Steven Wright is up to.  

Well another Creepmas season is at it's end...Who am I kidding, that's a lie.  I still have Krampus recipes to post and there's a lot of posts from other Creepers I haven't read yet.  And the Krampus Advent is still going.  So I'll still be here keeping it creepy.  Thanks everyone for making this another twisted fun filled Creepmas.  


  1. Wow-your felting is amazing. What great ornaments those would make.

    1. Aw, thanks. I'll have to think about how to hang them. I have to make the Cthulhu into an ornament. His tentacle thingies are too long for him to sit properly.

  2. I really fancy giving this craft a try everything looks amazing.

    1. It’s pretty simple to start. You only need a needle, some roving wool and a foam block. Start with really easy projects. This is the frog I made:
      Above the snowmen with the blue and purple scarves were made by first time felters. And watch your fingers, the needles are more dangerous than glue guns.