So by now you may have already made your Fab Felt Christmas Tree. But you'll need to make some matching fab felt Christmas tree ornaments to go with it. Here you'll find a great assortment of felt tree ornaments including the easiest ever – I promise!
I wrote about these easy to make felt ornaments originally as part of the Christmas in July feature – check out the earlier article about them HERE.
Using the downloadable ornament sheets, you can create these pretty and colorful ornaments from plain white felt and some t-shirt transfer sheets. Simply iron the images onto the white felt, cut around the image, back it with another sheet of plain white felt and stitch around the edge. You can add a little dimension by filling them with a little polyfil and add on a string or thin ribbon to hang them.
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Here are just a few of the designs that are included in the pack. They come in two sizes too – smaller ones for using on your Fab Felt Tree and larger ones that you can use on a full size Christmas Tree.
These are the sheets you can download – cut out the images, iron them onto white felt, cut, sew and fill. Cute felt ornaments just from white felt with no fuss.
Take a look back through the original article about these Easy Felt Ornaments to see exactly what you need and how easy these are to make.
Other Felt Christmas Tree Ornament Ideas
Back in the Christmas in July feature earlier this year, some of my favorite bloggers took part in our blog hop and created an original idea just for you. Take a look at some of these fab ideas below – click through on the image to go to the original posts back in July if you missed them. These all require a bit more time and effort, but wow, they're great!
So that's a quick summary of all the great ornaments on the site from the Christmas in July feature. There are also other Christmas sewing ideas on my Pinterest Board – check out some of these ideas.
This board is a collaborative group board so if you would like to add your own Christmas sewing ideas to the board, just drop me an email and ask for an invite, with the email address you use on Pinterest.