Quick Fabric Ornaments for Gifts and Your Tree

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This Fabric Ornament Can be Made Into a Tree and More!

The folded ornament that follows is not only easy to make, but several can be configured into a tree for hanging on a wall or from the ceiling. Pretty buttons or beads added to the center of the ornaments makes them extra charming.

The version below was found here.

Folded Fabric OrnamentThe next two ornaments were found on Katrina’s Tutorials. She also provides a nice tutorial for making the ornaments.

Folded Fabric OrnamentSew several ornaments together for a lovely tree. We love the little hanging decorations in this version from BossyMama.

Folded Ornament TreeThe trunk and stem are made from felt. You may prefer using an ornament, as seen in the following version from NannyCraft4U (website no longer available).

Folded Ornament Tree

You may have other ideas for the trunk and stem as well.

The following tutorial is for making the tree. It also includes excellent instructions for making a single ornament.

Click here for the free “Folded Fabric Christmas Ornament and Tree” tutorial.

These ornaments can also be made into a wreath, as Jennie Fletcher did. Instructions are not provided but you can easily construct your own using the ornament tutorial and following the photo for layout. You’ll need 6 ornaments and beads or other embellishments as desired.

Origami Ornament Wreath







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