Unique Easy To Make Handmade Felt Christmas Ornaments

Cute Upcycled Monochrome Handmade Felt Christmas Ornaments

I got the idea for these monochrome handmade felt Christmas ornaments when I made my monochrome shoe box craft. The monochrome childlike cartoon look of the boxes really apealed to me.
 
 
I thought it would be fun to recreate this look with some monochrome felt Christmas decoration. Recently when in one of my favourite shops Liberty’s of London I noticed that they had a monochrome Christmas display which I thought looked fantastic.
 
 
Liberty's of London Christmas 2018
 
 
As with most of my crafts and DIY’s these handmade felt Christmas ornaments are made from repurposed things around me. I used an old felted white sweater to make them. Also, this is one of those crafts that can be done whilst indulging in a Netflix boxset. I stitched all the felt baubles in one evening whilst binging on the brilliant comedy series Atypical.
 
 
Upcycled sweater felt Christmas ornaments
 
 
 
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What you need to make handmade Felt Christmas Ornaments

 
 
 

How to make handmade felt Christmas ornaments

  1. Place the tuna can onto the felt and draw around it. Draw in a bauble cap and hook hoop to the top of the drawn circle.
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    White felt bauble shape
     
     
     

  3. Cut out these white bauble shapes. You will need 2 for each handmade felt Christmas ornament.
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    Cut white felt bauble shapes
     
     

  5. Decide on the design for your bauble. I’ve scanned in my designs which you can download here. Using a needle and black thread, I copied my chosen design. I just used a simple backstitch. Don’t worry if your not a fabulous seamstress, the apeal of these felt baubles is the child like nature of their designs.
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    Bauble design patterns
     
     
    Stitching felt bauble
     
     
     

  7. It took me about 20-30mins to stitch each felt bauble.
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    Hand Stitched felt Christmas baubles.
     
     
     

  9. To finish off these handmade felt Christmas ornaments, I glued a blank felt bauble to the back of each handstitched one. This hid all the unsightly stitching at the back of the ornament.
     
    Then using a hole punch I punched a hole in the top of each felt bauble. Through the hole I threaded a red statin cord to hang them with.

 
 
hole punch felt bauble
 
 
handmade white felt baubles
 
 
hand stitched felt bauble garland
 
 
 
I like to hang these handmade felt Christmas ornaments altogether from a branch as a standalone Christmas decoration for the wall. But I might hang them from the wire rustic Christmas tree I made. I just need to make a few more for that. That’s Ok though as I have another season of “Atypical” to get through.
 
 
white handmade felt Christmas ornaments
 
 
white handmade felt Christmas ornaments
 
 
 
I love upcycling old sweaters into Christmas ornaments, you should check out these ones.
Cute Sweater Upcycled Christmas Ornaments
Super Simple Repurposed Sweater Felt Garland
How To Make Felt Tassels From Old Sweaters
Wonderful Felt Christmas Trees
 
 
For more Christmas sewing ideas visit allfreesewing.com
 
 

handmade white felt stitched baubles
hand stitched white felt bauble

 

18 Responses

  1. I love how your felt ornaments turned out! And they look so perfect all strung up together. Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday party. I’ll be including these in my Party Features next week 🙂

  2. Love a re-purpose project Claire and these sweater ornaments really are the cutest!
    Thanks for sharing at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I’m delighted to be featuring this handmade project at tonight’s party and pinning too.

    • Aww, thank you so much and I look forward to seeeing the feature.

  3. Fantastic upcycle project. I want to try this out too. Happy Holiday Season, Kippi

  4. These are so elegant and beautiful. I love them!

  5. Oh my word Claire, I love them.Sometimes the simplest things are the most beautiful. I can see these being passed down and treasured for many years

    • Thank you, Michelle. I agree sometimes simple is the most beautiful! I think they will be decorations that come out year after year!

  6. These are so great and easy to make. I could use some of them for a Christmas tablescape as small gift treats to our guests. Thank you for this inspiring idea!

    • Thank you. I plan to make some as personal gift tags with the name on the back and a simple design on the front.

  7. These are so cute! Great tags on gifts for folks.

  8. I love upcycled decor!Thanks for sharing!

    • Thank you so much! Most of my Christmas decorations are upcycled.

  9. I also love making ornaments out of felted wool sweaters! Last year we made super simple no-sew ornaments that my kids decorated and gave away as gifts: http://www.cucicucicoo.com/2017/12/diy-felt-christmas-tree-ornaments-for-kids-repurposed-sweaters/ They were so fun and a huge hit with the people that received them! But I also love your fun designs that look like little sketches on purpose! So cute! 🙂 Lisa

    • Thank you Lisa. I bet everyone loved getting one of your children’s handmade creations.

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