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    HANDMADE FELT TREE ORNAMENT TUTORIAL



    Get crafty with this fun and easy DIY felt tree ornament.  Whip up a few with the kids to give your holiday tree that handmade touch!  Simply gather the supplies listed below and follow along to make your own.  Plus, I created a free template to help you get started.  Click the link to gain access:  FREE Template: Felt Tree Ornament Pattern.


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    Supplies



    Directions


    Start by using the template to cut each piece of felt.

    Place the medium green felt on top of the dark green felt and line up the top edges.

    Use a matching color of thread to attach the two pieces together by whip stitching along the bottom edge of the medium green felt.  If you’d prefer, instead of sewing you could use a hot glue gun to attach the two pieces together.

    Flip it over and cut off the excess dark green felt above the stitch line.

    Repeat this process for each colored layer of felt.

    Once you have each layer assembled, attach a piece of red ribbon to the back side of the felt with hot glue.

    Fold the felt into a tree-shape and blanket stitch along the seam line.

    Hot glue some white sequins to your tree to give it a whimsical, snow covered look.

    And you’re all finished!


    Try Making Your Own Felt Tree Ornament

    Show me what you’ve made! Join me on Instagram or Facebook and share your felt tree ornament with me! Or leave me a message in the comments below. I love hearing from you!