Vary the Fabrics for the Season!
Prairie points stitched to a round base make wonderful stars to enjoy on a tree during the holidays. They will also be fun hung just about anywhere around the house.
Choose Christmas fabrics or make them up for any season. We can imagine these adding a whimsical note to our home all year long.
The ornaments are very simple to make. Just stitch prairie points to a lightly stuffed base and finish them off with buttons and a hanging cord.
Select a variety of fabrics and create an array of stars to hang in a grouping or to display together in a bowl. They also make wonderful gifts.
Learn more about the Patriotic Stars here.
Learn about the ornament above, with the ribbon rose center, here.
The tutorial, from Super Mom – No Cape, is for a star that is about 6″ across. Instructions are provided for making them whatever size you want.
The star can be enlarged and hung as a wreath, as was done here by Winding Road Creations. You’ll need to play with dimensions to get the size you want. This one is 15″ across. The designer often has several of these made up for sale. Find them here.
Also from Winding Road Creations are mini versions made into lapel pins. They are 3″ across and you’ll usually find some for sale here.
And, finally, if you’re running out of time to complete your gift list you’re likely to find ornaments for sale here by the same designer. This one is 4 1/2″ across.
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