DIY Fabric Christmas Ornaments

November 12, 2022

Red and white fabric Christmas ornaments.

Hi there! I wanted to make something out of my fabric, foam balls, and some twine so decided I was going to teach myself how to make fabric ornaments. Then once I found out how to make them I wanted to share it on my blog and on my YouTube channel so you can learn how to make them too.

They're really easy to make and you can make them in about 10 minutes.

You can also customize your ornaments however you would like. For instance, you can add a little flower or berry pick on the bow. I think that's a great way to make it cuter.

Now if you would like to learn how to make these ornaments you can either watch how to make these in the video below or you can keep on reading.

You will need:

Hot glue
Styrofoam ball or something else that is round and light

1. You want to start by cutting a square out of any color of fabric and you want it to be larger than what you're going to use to make the ornament round. I used a Styrofoam ball for my ornaments but you can use whatever you would like as long as it light and not to heavy.

2. Once you're done cutting out your fabric, you want to cut a piece of twine for a bow and set it to the side for later.

3. Now when you're ready to start putting your ornament together, you want to place what you want to use to make the ornament round in the middle of the fabric and then you want to bunch the edges of the fabric on the top of the ball.

4. After you have all of the fabric bunched at the top, you want to tie the piece of twine you cut earlier around the fabric and adjust the fabric how you want it to look.

5. When you're done tying the twine on, you want to tie the twine into a bow.

6. Then you can glue anything you would like on the middle of the bow and trim the ribbon.

7. Now to create a hook so the ornament can hang, you can start by taking another piece of twine and tying it into a loop.

8. Then you want to spread the fabric at the top apart and you also want to put a drop of hot glue in the middle.

9. All you have to do now is that you want to put the knot part of the loop on the glue and you're all done.

That's how you make these fabric ornaments! 

Here's how mine looked when done.

Red and white fabric ornaments.

A red fabric Christmas ornament.

A white fabric Christmas ornament.

I absolutely love how both of these ornaments turned out! I think the berry pick I put on the bow brings the whole ornament together.

What do you think about these fabric ornaments and will you be making them?

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