Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

Kevin Brown

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

Some projects are too cute to ignore. How can one resist these cuddly faces and cute Christmas trees with their tiny branches and felted bodies? Decorations like these will put a smile on everyone’s face, making Christmas a joyful and cheerful holiday.

We’re not suggesting replacing a real tree with a felt Christmas tree, but finding a special place for these unique ornaments.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

We’ll start with a collection of cuddly felt characters: a Christmas tree, a reindeer, an elf, and Santa. You can learn how to craft each one by following the tutorials on Homanathome. To make the felt Christmas tree, gather yarn, small pom poms, green felt, yellow felt, a glue gun, and scissors.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

The tree ornaments on Buddlycrafts are cute. They’re made of green and brown felt and decorated with colored buttons that resemble ornaments. You can hang them on your Christmas tree or insert a craft stick or skewer into the base and into a large wooden bead or sewing bobbin.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

To display the felt Christmas tree from Thenerdswife, you’ll need light green, white, red, orange, yellow, blue, and dark green felt, as well as scissors. Glue can also be used, or you can make it a project for the kids to redecorate the trees as many times as they want.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

A felt Christmas tree can be a centerpiece or a freestanding decoration that you display on a table, nightstand, or mantel. You can create a cone from cardboard or use a foam cone. Use light and dark green leaves for variety and add a yellow felt star at the top.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

If your sewing machine has decorative stitch patterns, you can have fun crafting decorations like these felt Christmas trees from Leighlaurelstudios. The project is simple and requires green and brown wool felt, white thread, fusible interface, trim, and fabric glue. Follow the tutorial to create your own tree ornaments.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

We found a tutorial on Onelmon that demonstrates how to make mini Christmas trees using felt and cotton filling. No sewing machine required. Simply use a needle and thread.

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Cut green felt according to the template, fold and stitch the triangular sides together. Fill the tree with stuffing and sew a felt star on top.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

The trees on littlehouseoffour can be displayed as desk or mantel decorations with a rustic look. The trunk and base are made of wood slices and a stick, and the tree itself is made of felt. The felt is attached to the stick with hot glue.

You can make them any size or color you want.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

You can make a Christmas tree brooch using materials like wood felt, embroidery floss, a safety pin, craft glue, and scissors. Cut three layers of green felt and one layer of brown felt. Glue the green pieces onto the brown piece and attach the safety pin to the back.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

Decorating your Christmas tree with mini felt versions of itself can be incredibly cute. There’s no need to spend a lot of time on the details – simply cut out two felt tree shapes, stitch the edges together, and add filling. You can create multiple trees using various colors.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

To create a layered Christmas ornament like the one on Themagiconions, gather various colors of felt. Cut the felt into smaller circles, stack and thread them together. Attach a bell on top and hang the ornament.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

A similar project is showcased on Craftandcreativity. Felt squares of different colors are stacked at various angles to achieve a full effect. A button is positioned at the top.

You can combine colors to create an ombre effect or make your tree ornament stand out and look quirky.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

Speaking of cute, check out this gnome ornament found on Themagiconions. It may look complicated, but the project is actually quite simple. All you need is a small pinecone, three white felt balls for the hands and head, a small red pom pom for the hat, green wool felt, and a tiny button for the scarf.

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Roll the felt into a cone and sew it to make the hat, then glue the other elements together.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

Since we mentioned pine cones, let’s take a look at another cute project from the same source. For this one, you’ll need a large pine cone. Glue colored felt balls onto the cone to create a miniature Christmas tree for the celebrations.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

You can find a related craft on Craftsncoffee – a felt pine cone that looks interesting. To make one, gather styrofoam eggs, green and cream felt, ribbon, craft glue, scissors, and pins. Cut out felt scales and attach them to the foam egg, ensuring they are symmetrical.

Finally, add a ribbon on top for hanging.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

The acorns on Themagiconions are quirky and cute. They are made with real acorn caps, colored felt balls, thin hemp string, glue, and scissors. Drill a small hole in each cap and insert the felt ball.

Thread a hemp loop through the hole and secure the felt inside with glue.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

Fir trees don’t have colorful flowers, but we can still add some to make them look pretty. These felt flowers have a rich texture. To learn how to make them, check out the tutorial on Themagiconions.

You’ll need wool felt, hemp string, scissors, and glue.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

You can create cute and interesting items from felt. One idea is to make ice skate ornaments for your Christmas tree. To do this, gather off-white felt, black and gray felt scraps, black and white embroidery floss, stuffing, and hot glue.

Cut out the pieces, glue them together, and sew the edges. Don’t forget to add the stuffing.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

Using festive cookie cutters instead of downloaded templates can be a great idea for making ornaments at home. Cookie cutters often come in the shapes of Christmas trees, stars, reindeer, snowflakes, and snowmen. Simply use the cookie cutters as stencils on the felt and cut out the shapes for your decorations.

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Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

For this project on Thecasualcraftlete, you can purchase felt balls or make them yourself. Use them to create mini wreaths to display on your Christmas tree. You’ll need felt balls or pom poms, twine or embroidery thread, a large needle, and ribbon.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

Felt balls are used to make a snowball garland, such as the one found on Liagriffith. You only need wool felt, a felting needle, and white thread. Form the balls, string them onto the thread, and space them out evenly.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

You can make a garland out of felt strips. Get felt in various colors, cut it into strips, and tie them onto twine. Vary the angles at which you tie them to create a full garland.

Combine the colors as desired and display them in sections or randomly mix them.

Cute And Cuddly Felt Christmas Trees And Other Ornaments

Don’t you love penguins? They look cute and love snow. You could use them as inspiration for a Christmas decoration. Check out this tutorial on Handmadeintheheartland.

It requires a penguin pattern, stuffing, white, gray and yellow felt, embroidery floss, ribbon, pink paint, and a paintbrush for the penguin’s cheeks.

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