DIY Jingle Bells Door Hanger is a Cheery Welcome All Winter

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Great Last-Minute Gift for Family and Friends!

Fabric scraps, buttons, jingle bells and a batting snowman-body give this cute little quilted door hanger plenty of personality.

Hang this clever door hanger inside the front door to provide a cheery welcome, or on any door in the house! Consider it part of your Christmas decor, or leave it up all winter.

This project, by designer Kim Diehl, is quick, easy and a lot of fun to sew together. Set aside time to make several. Family and friends will love this made-by-you gift.

Snowman Door Hanger

You probably already have fabric scraps on hand for this project. Make it as colorful as you like. A more subdued primitive look, like Kim’s version is also lovely.

Hand embroidery with black thread is another charming touch for this cheerful project. Any quilter with basic skills will have fun with this project.

The finished size, excluding the handle, is 4 x 10″.

Get the free “Snowman Door Hanger” pattern here.



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