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This adorable Felt Frog is a wonderful craft to make with your preschooler or even kindergartners. The cutting and gluing make them use their fine mother skills.

If you are looking for a cute frog toy with a big froggy smile that your little ones will enjoy. Then this tiny felt frog is perfect. Both younger and older children will absolutely love making these felt frogs!

This craft is nice and easy and your little ones can even help out with this project. They will adore the final product and never let it go.

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Grab The Felt Frog Pattern Sheet

This felt frog makes the perfect gift, you can pop it in easter baskets or add a piece to the back to make a frog hand puppet. It’s the perfect way to learn through play.

To get the free pattern template, just fill out the form below and the pattern will be emailed to you!

Do I need any beginner sewing for this adorable felted frog?

This cute frog craft is completely no sewing. However, it does come with a free pattern for you to DIY your felt frog. The pattern can easily be used as a pdf sewing pattern.

With a craft as simple as this, you really are getting a great deal. The steps are easy and simple to follow and it will not take long at all until you have your finished froggy friend.

Also, to make things even easier, this craft comes with a free template to help you along the way. With this template, you will be able to get the outcome you want with the craft.

As I mentioned before, the little ones will be able to help you put this frog together. They can help with gluing and even sewing if they are old enough and ready for it.

Tips For Making Fun Felt Products

Adding the stuffing is what fluffs out the frog’s face and the frog front, but you don’t want to make it too poofy! Add just a little it to the frog head and to the top of the head to keep it balanced. 

You can change up the facial features of the frog if you’d like to. I love the big eye shapes but you can make your frog eyes any size that you’d like. 

The brown felt in the middle of the body is the tummy area, but again, can be changed p to do another color if you choose. 

I also love the pink felt that is used for the cheeks because it makes them look so rosy!

The best part about using felt is that you don’t have to worry about putting the wrong side up. No matter if you’re using white felt or any other color felt, all the simple shapes will look fine so there’s no stress on adding them. 

Pay attention to the body shapes while you’re cutting them so that you don’t have strands all over the place that you’ll have to cut off with scissors. If you can follow the template and directions, you’ll minimize waste and won’t have to trim and cut as much.  

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Felt Frog Plushy

There are so many ways you can use your felt frog plush when it is completed. Your little ones can take it with them on their many adventures or keep it in their bed for a nighttime friend.

But, If you are feeling up to it, you can even make multiple little froggy friends. You can even make them all a different color because it is always okay to get a little crafty and make a project your own.

You can make some for your friends and family as a gift as well. Along with the little frog, they will be getting a few ounces of your love when you gift it!

This is one of my favorite tutorials because it’s so much fun to make! With a little bit of thread and green felt, you’ll have cute froggies in no time at all!

green frog on pink background

This craft is so quick and easy and your little ones really will love the felt frog plush that they will have. You can even make this adorable felt frog for yourself. You are never too old for stuffed animals!

If you like this craft and are on the hunt for more fun crafts for kids, check out the Felt Flower Craft or this Color Changing Oobleck!

Here are a few other Preschool Crafts To try out!

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Yield: 1

Easy Felt Frog Plush

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10

With a craft as simple as this, you really are getting a great deal. The steps are easy and simple to follow and it will not take long at all until you have your finished froggy friend.


  • Felt fabric
  • Fabric marker or pencil
  • Needle and thread
  • Cotton or scrap felt


  • Scissors


  1. Select green, pink, black, white, and brown colored felt fabric for the frog plush craft.
    Trace the 2 big circles on white, the 2 small circles on black and the 2 small circles on pink felt.
  2. Trace the semi-circular pattern on brown felt and trace the rest of the patterns on the green felt. Cut out the traced patterns nicely.
  3. Take the big base pattern (backside of the frog plush) and the 2 separate leg patterns. Place the separate leg patterns on the similar leg layouts on both sides of the base pattern.
  4. Place the separate bottom pattern on the bottom layout of the base pattern. Use fabric glue or needle and thread to join the separate legs and bottom part together.
  5. We placed them on the base pattern to make sure that they are attached correctly together. Glue the eyes and blush cutouts on the head pattern. Glue the mouth and nose of the frog.
  6. Now place the separate head pattern with the separate bottom part (joined with the legs now) and glue them together.
  7. Glue the semi-circular brown cutout along the middle bottom part of the stitched parts of the frog.

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