Felt Christmas Ornaments!!!

Last Christmas I made my very first felt creations, Felt Christmas Ornaments.  They were soooo FUN and easy to make.  I made some more with my daughters and plan to make even more within the next few weeks.

Green and Red Combo


Blue and White Combo


Pink and Purple Combo


This is how you make these gorgeous felt ornaments:

Embroidery Thread
Glue Gun

Step 1: Fold your felt in half and cut out the desired shape. (You can draw the shape unto the felt, however I just cut it out by hand). Step 2: You have two options here. You can immediately sew on a little circle/square onto one of your circles or wait until later on. Honestly, I think it’s easier to sew it on right away (I tried both ways). Place your circles one on top of the other and starting sewing them using the embroidery thread. DON’T SEW IT COMPLETELY… you need to leave enough room to be able to stuff the inside. Step 3: Insert the stuffing. Step 4: Continue sewing the circles together… but leave room to insert your ribbon. Step 5: Once you have inserted the ribbon and sewn your circles completely… it’s time to decorate! You can use your hot glue gun or thread to decorate with felt and/or buttons.

And Voilà!!  That’s how you can create your very own felt Christmas ornaments!!

What do you think?
I’m trying to decide what color combo to do next… any suggestions?

Have a FABULOUS day!!

 P.S. I’m linking at these Parties.
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  1. says

    Love it! I’ve got to run to Hobby Lobby this weekend, and am now adding felt to my list. These would make great gifts, or even dress up a package. Great idea Christine! :-) Also,a fun color combo may be using gray with vivid colors. I think yellow/gray, or fuschia/gray or even turquoise/gray would be pretty.

  2. T'onna says

    I love these cute ornaments! I pinned them! I may makes some of my own. Thanks for sharing! I’d love for you to share this at my link party Submarine Sunday. It’s open until Friday @ 11:59pm. I hope you’ll stop by!


  3. says

    These are so cute. What a great idea! I bet my 10 & 13 year old girls would have fun making these. Thanks for the great idea and for linking up at Doodles & Stitches.

  4. says

    These are SO cute! I love felt and have a STACK (don’t tell) in my craft room closet. I know exactly what I’m making next :) Thanks so much for linking up to Creative Thursday. Can’t wait to see what you share this week! Have a wonderful week.

  5. Isobel Morrell says

    Great way to use up felt bits – am always looking for such ideas! Thanks. Just dropped by and “met” you at Debbi’s Adorned from Above party this week. Will be following, just to see what colours you do come with – and hope you’ll return the favour.


  6. says

    Hi Christine, these are all so adorable! They remind me of ornaments my grandmother made years and years ago, great memories. You may like some of the things we have over at Maddalee :)

    Thank you for sharing, Nancy


  7. says

    Thank you for sharing your project on A Crafty Soiree! I’ve featured yours in the newest one, up this week on Wednesday at 12 midnight EST instead of our usual Thursday because of Thanksgiving. Please come see it and share some more of your craftiness!

  8. Claire says

    Thank you for linking up @ craft, Create & Inspire linky party last weekend

    Your project is featured this weekend !?

    Hope you will join us again with another awesome project :)

    Claire @ Polkadot pretties x

  9. says

    Can you say, “CUTE!!!!” These are simple yet cute cute cute! LOVE them. Thanks for sharing at the homemade holiday party.